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Háttér és célkitűzések

A Mentális Egészség Két-kontinuum Modellje a mentális egészség pozitív összetevőit, a szubjektív jóllét komponenseit összegzi. Vizsgálatunkban a modell alapján létrehozott Mentális Egészség Kontinuum Skála rövid változatának (rövid MEKS) pszichometriai mutatóit és faktorszerkezetét teszteltük hazai felnőtt egyetemista mintán.

Módszer

552 egyetemista (71,5% nő, átlagéletkor = 22,09 év, szórás = 3,66) vett részt a keresztmetszeti elrendezésű vizsgálatban, akiket a következő kérdőívek kitöltésére kértünk: Mentális Egészség Kontinuum Skála - rövid változat; Majdnem Tökéletes Skála - rövid változat; Depresszió, Szorongás és Stressz Kérdőív - rövid változat (DASS-21); Kognitív Érzelem Reguláció Kérdőív - rövid változat és Big Five Személyiség- leltár-2 (BFI-2).

Eredmények

A Mentális Egészség Kontinuum Skála rövid változatának a tételek kereszttöltéseit is megengedő (Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling, ESEM) bifaktoros szerkezetét erősítettük meg: a globális szubjektív jóllét faktor erős jelenléte mellett az eredeti szerző, Corey L. M. Keyes által leírt három specifikus (érzelmi, pszichológiai és társas) jóllét faktor is megerősítést nyert. A bifaktoros ESEM modell nemi invarianciáját is sikerült igazolnunk. A mérőeszköz megbízhatósági eredményei kiválóak (ω = 0,79-0,92 között), ahogyan validitása is bizonyítást nyert: az elvártaknak megfelelően a pozitív mentális egészség mutatók (teljes rövid MEKS és alskálái) a depresszív, a szorongásos és a stressz tünetekkel, valamint az önkritikus, maladaptív perfekcionizmussal fordított irányú együtt járást mutatnak, míg az adaptív kognitív érzelemregulációs stratégiákkal és az alkalmazkodást segítő személyiségvonásokkal (barátságosság, lelkiismeretesség, érzelmi stabilitás, extraverzió) pozitív kapcsolatban állnak.

Következtetések

Eredményeink szerint egy valid, a szubjektív jóllét szintet globálisan és annak egyes területeit is megbízhatóan mérő önkitöltős kérdőívet tudtunk bevezetni a magyar tesztállományba.

Background and aims

The Two Continua Model of Mental Health summarizes the positive components of mental health. Our aim was to test the psychometric characteristics and the factor structure of the Hungarian version of the Mental Health Continuum-Short Form (MHC-SF), a measurement based on the Two Continua Model of Mental Health, among Hungarian university students.

Methods

552 university students (71.5% women, mean age = 22.09, SD = 3,66) took part in the cross-sectional research. Respondents filled out the following questionnaires: Hungarian version of the MHC-SF; the Short Form of the Revised Almost Perfect Scale; the Depression Anxiety and Stress Scales (DASS-21), the short version of the Cognitive Emotion Regulation Questionnaire; the Big Five Invento- ry-2.

Results

We strenghtened the bifactor structure of the Hungarian version of the MHC-SF in Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling (ESEM) framework, which allows the cross-loadings of the items. Beside the strong global subjective well-being factor specific (emotional, psychological, and social) well-being factors emerged. Measurement invariance across gender is also demonstrated. The reliabilty of the Hungarian MHC-SF is excellent (ω = 0.79-0.92), as well as its validity. As it was expected, indicators of positive mental health associated negatively with depressive, anxiety, and stress symptoms, furthermore self-critical and maladaptive perfectionism. In contrast, global and specific components of subjective well-being were in positive association with adaptive cognitive emotion regulation strategies and certain personality traits, like agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability, and extraversion.

Conclusions

According to our results a valid questionnaire was introduced into the Hungarian test system, which can reliably measure global subjective well-being, as well as its specific components.

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General Psychology 199/203 (Q4)
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SNIP
0,079
Scopus
Cites
53
Scopus
Documents
24
Days from submission to acceptance 116
Days from acceptance to publication 225
Acceptance
Rate
81%

 

2019  
Scimago
H-index
6
Scimago
Journal Rank
0,139
Scimago
Quartile Score
Psychology (miscellaneous) Q4
Scopus
Cite Score
24/103=0,2
Scopus
Cite Score Rank
General Psychology 192/204 (Q4)
Scopus
SNIP
0,113
Scopus
Cites
35
Scopus
Documents
14
Acceptance
Rate
58%

 

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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Language Hungarian
Size B5
Year of
Foundation
1928
Publication
Programme
2021 Volume 76
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per Year
1
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per Year
4
Founder Magyar Pszichológiai Társaság 
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Address
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