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  • 1 Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Bölcsészettudományi Kar, Pszichológiai Intézet
  • | 2 AMEOS Child and Youth Psychiatry, Psychosomatics and Psychotherapy Clinic, Ueckermünde, Germany
  • | 3 Institute for Medical Psychology, Heidelberg University Hospital, Heidelberg, Germany
  • | 4 Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Hospital, Psychiatric University Hospitals Basel, Basel, Switzerland
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Az Identitásfejlődés Felmérése Serdülőkorban kérdőív (AIDA) az egészséges identitásfejlődés, a normatív identitáskrízis és az identitásdijfúzió elkülönítésére alkalmas önkitöltős módszer a serdülő korosztály részére. A diffúz identitásszerveződés a személyiségzavarok egyik átható jellemzője, ezáltal az AIDA hatékony indikátora lehet a serdülőkori személyiségzavarok korai felismerésének. Tanulmányunk célja az AIDA magyar nyelvre és kultúrára történő adaptációja és pszichometriai jellemzőinek vizsgálata volt nem klinikai mintán.

Módszer

A faktoranalízisekhez felhasznált minta 522 főből állt, az életkori átlag 15,6 (SD = 1,93) év volt. A validitásvizsgálatokat a teljes minta 366 fős almintáján végeztük el. Az érvényesség ellenőrzéséhez a Képességek és Nehézségek Kérdőívet (SDQ) és a Borderline Személyiségvonások skálát (BPFSC-11) használtuk.

Eredmények

A megerősítő faktoranalízisek alapján a magyar nyelvű AIDA faktorstruktúrája megfelel az eredeti mérőeszköz kétskálás, hat alskálás szerkezetének. A kérdőív illeszkedési mutatói a tudományos kritériumoknak megfelelőek. Az AIDA skálái közepes erősségű korrelációt mutattak az Érzelmi tünetekkel, Viselkedési problémákkal és a Hiperaktivitás skáával, míg erős kapcsolatot mutattak a borderline vonásokkal. A regresszióanalízis alapján az AIDA Identitásdiffúzió összpontszám magas magyarázó erővel bír a borderline vonásokra nézve.

Következtetések

Az eredmények alapján az AIDA-Hungary egy megbízható és jól mérő kérdőív, amely alkalmasnak bizonyult a normatív és a patológia irányába mutató identitáskrízis elkülönítésére. Az AIDAezáltal lehetővé teszi a serdülők identitásfejlődésének személyiségfunkciók szempontjából történő felmérését a 12–18 éves korosztálynál, illetve a személyiségfejlődési problémák korai felismerését.

Background and aims

Assessment of Identity Development in Adolescence (AIDA) is a self-report questionnaire in order to differentiate healthy identity development from normative identity crisis and from identity diffusion. Diffuse identity is a pervasive feature of personality disorders, thereby AIDA can be a useful indicator in early detection of personality disorders in adolescent. The aim of our study is the Hungarian cultural adaptation of AIDA and to examine its psychometric properties.

Method

The sample used for factor analysis consisted of 522 adolescents with an average age of 15.6 (SD=1.93). Validity tests were performed on a 366 sub-sample of the entire sample. The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) and the Borderline Personality Features Scale-11 (BPFSC-11) were used for examine construct validity.

Results

Based on the confirmatory factor analysis, the factor structure of the Hungarian AIDA is consistent with the two scales and six subscales structure of the original instrument. The model-fit indices meet the scientific criteria. AIDA scales displayed moderate correlation with Emotional Symptoms, Behavior problems and Hyperactivity scale, while strong correlation was found with borderline traits. Based on the regression analysis, the AIDA Identity Diffusion total score has a high explanatory power on borderline traits.

Conclusion

Concerning our results we can assume AIDA-Hungary is a reliable and valid questionnaire, which has proven to be able to distinguish between normative and pathological identity crisis. Thereby it provides a new measurement for adolescents aged 12-18 years to assess identity development in terms of personality functioning and to identify problems of personality development.

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