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Hernandez, L., Giret, J.-F., Souhait, M., & Baude, A. (2020). Assessing social skills: referential and analysis of existing questionnaires. e-JIREF,6(3), 53‑74. Available at http://journal.admee.org/index.php/ejiref/article/view/270.

The assessment of social skills is an important issue in the world of work, training or education. This issue is situated at different levels: it is necessary to evaluate in order to “diagnose”, to select a system or training adapted to the needs of the targeted persons and/or to attest the effectiveness and efficiency of a programme or training. For this reason, it is important for researchers and professionals to have instruments for assessing these skills that have good psychometric qualities. This work proposes a reference framework and an analysis of existing questionnaires assessing social skills in adults. Based on a methodology that allowed us to target the questionnaires according to several predefined inclusion and exclusion criteria, we identified 14 questionnaires. The comparative analysis carried out on these questionnaires allows us to discuss the specificities of their content at the theoretical and methodological level and to highlight the contributions and limitations of each. The crosscutting view of these tools also provides a global vision of the notion of social competences, both in definitional and operational terms. This work thus offers researchers, psychologists and other professionals in the training, health or social fields, an analysis grid of different existing social skills assessment tools and/or food for thought for the design of similar tools.

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Hernandez, L., Giret, J.-F., Souhait, M., & Baude, A. (2020). Assessing social skills: referential and analysis of existing questionnaires. e-JIREF,6(3), 53‑74. Available at http://journal.admee.org/index.php/ejiref/article/view/270.

The assessment of social skills is an important issue in the world of work, training or education. This issue is situated at different levels: it is necessary to evaluate in order to "diagnose", to select a system or training adapted to the needs of the targeted persons and/or to attest the effectiveness and efficiency of a programme or training. For this reason, it is important for researchers and professionals to have instruments for assessing these skills that have good psychometric qualities. This work proposes a reference framework and an analysis of existing questionnaires assessing social skills in adults. Based on a methodology that allowed us to target the questionnaires according to several predefined inclusion and exclusion criteria, we identified 14 questionnaires. The comparative analysis carried out on these questionnaires allows us to discuss the specificities of their content at the theoretical and methodological level and to highlight the contributions and limitations of each. The crosscutting view of these tools also provides a global vision of the notion of social competences, both in definitional and operational terms. This work thus offers researchers, psychologists and other professionals in the training, health or social fields, an analysis grid of different existing social skills assessment tools and/or food for thought for the design of similar tools.

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