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  • 1 Károli Gáspár Református Egyetem, Pszichológiai Intézet, Budapest, Magyarország
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Bevezetés: A pszichopátia kutatásának története hosszú múltra tekint vissza a mentális egészségtudományokban. Ez idő alatt több megközelítés is született, melyekhez kapcsolódóan kérdőíveket is kidolgoztak a kutatók. Cél: Jelen tanulmány a Pszichopátiás Önértékelő Skála rövid változatának (Self Report Psychopathy Short Form; SRP-SF) magyar nyelvű adaptálását tűzi ki célul. A tanulmányban elemezzük a kérdőív faktorszerkezetét, belső konzisztenciáját, valamint konvergens validitását a nárcizmussal, a machiavellizmussal, a szenzoros élménykereséssel, a neuroticizmussal, az agresszióval, valamint konkurens validitását a pszichopátiát mérő mérőeszközzel. Módszerek: Keresztmetszeti, kérdőíves vizsgálatunkat 605 fős heterogén mintán folytattuk le. A kapcsolatrendszer elemzésére az SRP-SF mellett a fent említett konstruktumok mérésére alkalmas mérőeszközöket is használtunk, úgymint a Zuckerman–Kuhlman–Aluja személyiség-kérdőív 80 itemes rövid változatát, a Rövid Sötét Triád tesztet, illetve a Patológiás Nárcizmus kérdőívet. Eredmények: A megerősítő faktorelemzés eredménye rámutatott arra, hogy az általunk alkalmazott mintán a kérdőív háromfaktoros modellje illeszkedik a legjobban (illeszkedési mutatók: χ 2(164) = 817,741, p < 0,001; CFI = 0,930; TLI = 0,919; RMSEA [90% CI] = 0,081 [0,075–0,087]), a bűnügyi tendenciák skála jelenléte a jelen mintán nem megerősíthető. Az SRP-SF belső konzisztenciája megfelelőnek bizonyult (Cronbach-α = 0,659– 0,774). A kérdőív más mérőeszközökkel mutatott kapcsolataiból pedig arra lehet következtetni, hogy az állítások inkább az elsődleges pszichopátiát mérik, és a kérdőívben elkülönülnek a pszichopátia interperszonális és életmódbeli aspektusai. Következtetés: az SRP-SF egy olyan könnyen és gyorsan felvehető kérdőív, amely megfelelő pszichometriai mutatókkal rendelkezik és a bűnügyi tendenciák skálától eltekintve alkalmazható nem klinikai mintán is.

Introduction: The research history of psychopathy has a long history in the mental health sciences. During this time, several approaches were developed, and in connection with the theories the researchers also developed questionnaires. Aim: The aim of the study is the Hungarian adaptation of the Self-Reporting Psychopathy Short Form (SRP-SF). We have analyzed the factor structure of the questionnaire, its internal consistency, and convergent validity of the questionnaire with narcissism, Machiavellianism, sensation seeking, neuroticism, aggression, and other measure of psychopathy. Methods: The study included 605 individuals, who were heterogeneous by profession. In addition to SRP-SF, an 80-item short version of the Zuckerman–Kuhlman–Aluja Personality Questionnaire, the Short Dark Triad test, and the Pathological Narcissism questionnaire were also administered to analyze the relationships of psychopathy. Results: The results of the confirmatory factor analysis showed that the three-factor model of the questionnaire fits best in the sample we used (fit indicators: χ 2(164) = 817.741, p < 0.001; CFI = 0.930; TLI = 0.919; RMSEA [90% CI] = 0.081 [0.075–0.087]) , the presence of the scale of crime trends in the present sample cannot be confirmed. The internal consistency of SRP-SF was found to be adequate (Cronbach’s α = 0.659–0.774). And from the relationships of the questionnaire with other measures, it can be concluded that the statements tend to measure primary psychopathy, and the interpersonal and lifestyle aspects of psychopathy are separated in the questionnaire. Conclusion: Except for the Crime trends scale, SRP-SF is an easy and quick to take test that has appropriate psychometric indicators and can be applied to a non-clinical sample

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