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  • 1 Addiktológiai Tanszéki Szakcsoport, ELTE, Budapest
  • | 2 Személyiség- és Egészségpszichológiai Tanszék, ELTE, Budapest
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A tanulmányban részletesen bemutatjuk Lane és Schwartz (1987) szakaszelméletét az érzelmi komplexitásra vonatkozóan, majd ismertetjük az Érzelmi Tudatosság Szintjei Skála (LEAS) felépítését, kiértékelésének módját és a nemzetközi szakirodalomban bemutatott pszichometriai jellemzőit. Célunk az volt, hogy a skálát adaptáljuk Magyarországon, ennek érdekében reliabilitás- és validitásvizsgálatot végeztünk a LEAS rövidített, 10 tételes verzióján. Az összesen 694 főből álló hozzáférhetőségi mintán a LEAS-A-HU kérdőív mellett felvettük az Érzelmek Mérése Skála (Schutte és mtsai, 1998; Kun és mtsai, 2010) 24 tételes változatát. Az eredmények szerint a LEAS-A-HU skála megfelelő belső megbízhatósággal és értékelői megbízhatósággal rendelkezik, emellett enyhe pozitív kapcsolatot mutat az észlelt érzelmi intelligencia szinttel. Utóbbi eredmény az eszköz diszkriminatív validitását erősíti meg. A kapott eredmények összességében az Érzelmi Tudatosság Szintje Skála megbízhatóságát és érvényességét támasztják alá.

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1981
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Founder Természettudományi Kutatóközpont -- Research Centre for Natural Sciences
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ISSN 0230-0508 (Print)
ISSN 2060-2782 (Online)

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