POREĐENJE TRI KRATKA INSTRUMENTA ŠESTOFAKTORSKIH MODELA

  • Bojana Dinić Odsek za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Ključne reči: kratki inventar, HEXACO, 24QB6, Mini-IPIP6, BHI

Apstrakt

Cilj ovog istraživanja je validacija srpske adaptacije tri kratka instrumenta šestofaktorskih modela: 24 Upitnik Velikih šest (24 Questionnaire Big Six - 24QB6), Mini-IPIP6 i Kratki HEXACO inventar (Brief HEXACO Inventory - BHI). Pored ovih instrumenta, primenjen je i HEXACO-100 na uzorku od 310 ispitanika (41% muškaraca) iz opšte populacije. Rezultati konfirmatorne faktorske analize pokazuju marginalne indikatore fita za 24QB6 i zadovoljavajuće za Mini-IPIP, ali ne i za BHI. Skale BHI inventara imaju najniže alfa koeficijente pouzdanosti, ali najviše korelacije sa istoimenim HEXACO-100 skalama, što potvrđuje njihovu konvergentnu i diskriminativnu validnost. Validnost skala 24QB6 je potvrđena, osim za Poštenje/Poštovanje pravila, koje ostvaruje značajnu korelaciju i sa Poštenjem-Skromnošću i sa Savesnošću iz HEXACO-100. Skale Mini-IPIP6 instrumenta imaju najviše alfa koeficijente, ali ujedno i najviše prosečne inter-ajtemske korelacije (mera homogenosti), što ukazuje na to da ove skale zahvataju uži domen osobina koje mere. Takođe, validnost skale Prijatnost iz Mini-IPIP6 je ograničena. Generalno, sve tri mere imaju svoje prednosti i mane i autori bi trebalo da odaberu kratki instrument na osnovu toga da li im je važnija validnost ili pouzdanost.

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