VALIDACIJA SRPSKE ADAPTACIJE SKALE REAKCIJA NA ISPITIVANJE

  • Miša Avramović Departman za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Nišu
Ključne reči: konfirmatorna faktorska analiza, skala reakcija na ispitivanje, validnost

Apstrakt

Ciljevi ovog istraživanja bili su usmereni ka proveri faktorske strukture i proceni nekih metrijskih karakteristika srpske adaptacije Skale reakcija na ispitivanje. Pored toga, kreirana je i skraćena verzija skale, sa idejom da se na taj način popravi loš fit originalne verzije instrumenta, kao i da se skala učini ekonomičnijom za zadavanje. Uzorak istraživanja činilo je 300 prigodno odabranih studenata, prosečne starosti 22.73 godina. U konfirmatornoj faktorskoj analizi testiran je fit dva modela. Prvi je imao korelirane faktore prvog reda, dok je u drugi model uveden faktor drugog reda. Puna verzija skale imala je loš fit. Međutim, skraćena verzija skale (od po 5 ajtema u svakoj subskali) imala je odličan fit prvog modela (CFI = .96; RMSEA = .048) i neznatno slabiji fit drugog modela (CFI = .95; RMSEA = .055). Skraćena verzija skale sačuvala je zadovoljavajuće koeficijente interne konzistencije (.78 do .91 za subskale i .92 za celu skalu). Skraćena verzija skale pokazala je visoku konvergentnu validnost, kroz visoke korelacije sa Inventarom ispitne anksioznosti. Kao takva, skaćena verzija skale ima svoju upotrebnu vrednost, kako u istraživačkom tako i u obrazovnom kontekstu.

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