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  • 1 Department of Psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, USA
  • | 2 Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Magatartástudományi Intézet, Pécs
  • | 3 Kaposvári Egyetem, Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Tanszék, Kaposvár
  • | 4 Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem, Budapest
  • | 5 Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Bölcsészettudományi Kar, Pszichológiai Intézet, Pécs
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Az abszorpció mérésére a leggyakrabban a 34 tételes Tellegen Abszorpció Skálátalkalmazzák. Az önjellemző mérőeszköz széles körű elterjedtségének ellenére viszonylag‍csekély azon közlemények száma, amelyek a mérőeszköz részletes pszichometriai jellemzőinekfeltárására (pl. faktorszerkezet, skálák belső konzisztenciája) irányulnak.

Célkitűzés

Vizsgálatunk fő kérdésfeltevése az, hogy az abszorpció mennyire tekinthető önálló, látensdimenziónak, bontható-e további alfaktorokra, illetve az alfaktorokból képzett skálák milyen‍megbízhatóságúak, és mennyivel árnyalják a főskálán szerzett eredményeket. Kíváncsiakvoltunk arra is, hogy az 5-fokozatú Likert-skálás és a dichotóm válaszformátumok‍mennyire befolyásolják a mérőeszköz strukturális validitását és skáláinak belső homogenitását.

Módszerek

Az 5-fokozatú Likert-skálás válaszformátumú TAS-t összesen 1935hallgató töltötte ki, a dichotóm válaszformátumút pedig 399 személy. A mérőeszköz‍strukturális validitását feltáró és megerősítő faktorelemzések (pl. egyfaktoros modell, modellmásodrendű faktorral, bifaktoros modell), valamint parallel-elemzés segítségével‍vizsgáltuk. A kapott alksálák reliabilitását nemcsak a hagyományos módon (Cronbachalfa),hanem az általános faktor kontrollálása mellett is kiszámoltuk (hierarchikus omega,‍magyarázott közös variancia).

Eredmények

Az eredeti 34 tételes változatok (Likert-skálásés dichotóm válaszformátumú), illetve a feltáró faktorelemzések eredményei alapján rövidített‍23 tételes változat megerősítő faktorelemzései során egyértelműen a bifaktoroselrendezések adták a legjobb illeszkedési mutatókat és az általános faktor (főskála) megbízhatósága‍kiváló volt. Ezzel szemben az alkálák reliabilitása, az általános faktor kontrollálásamellett, már nem volt megfelelő. Az alkalmazható faktorok számának meghatározására‍a parallel-elemzés kiváló becslést adott, mind az 5-fokozatú Likert-skálás, mind adichotóm válaszformátum esetében az egydimenziós szerkezetet valószínűsítette.

Következtetések

A kapott eredményeink egyrészről alátámasztják azt, hogy az abszorpció egy látens pszichológiai változónak tekinthető, másrészről pedig a hagyományos statisztikaimódszerek korlátaira hívják fel a figyelmet, és a többféle módszer kombinált alkalmazásának‍hatékonyságát támasztják alá.

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10
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