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Propiedades psicométricas de la "Escala de Calidad de la Amistad" en español/ Lucas Marcelo Rodriguez, Santiago Alejandro Resett, Milagros María Paz Grinóvero, José Eduardo Moreno

By: Macelo Rodríguez L.
Contributor(s): Alejandro Resett S | Eduardo Moreno J | Paz Grinóvero M. M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Amistat | Escales de valoració | Psicometria | childhood | Friendship | peer | Psychometric properties | scalesOnline resources: Text complet In: ANUARIO DE PSICOLOGÍA 2015 MAI - ABR; 45 (2): 219-234Summary: The quality of the friendship bonds in childhood is an important factor in the psychosocial development of individuals. A key aspect in this respect is the development and adaptation of instruments with well-known psychometric properties. To this end, the Bukowski, Hoza and Boivin Children`s Friendship Quality Scale Version 4.1 was applied to a sample of 509 children of both gender between 10 to 12 years (mean age = 10.65) attending primary school in the city of Parana, Argentina. A confirmatory factor analysis using AMOS 16.0 program was conducted to test the six-factor original structure postulated by the authors of the questionnaire. Confirmatory factor analysis indicated an adequate fit (CFI = .90 and RMSEA = .044) for the proposed model. Cronbach Alpha coefficients ranged between .63 and .83. The subscales correlated significantly between r -.206 to .864. An indicator of its validity was that the different scales significantly correlated with being victimized and victimize others: r = .219 for conflict and being victimized, r = -.215 for fellowship and being victimized, r = .336 for bullying and conflict and r = -.269 to bullying and help.
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The quality of the friendship bonds in childhood is an important factor in the psychosocial development of individuals. A key aspect in this respect is the development and adaptation of instruments with well-known psychometric properties. To this end, the Bukowski, Hoza and Boivin Children`s Friendship Quality Scale Version 4.1 was applied to a sample of 509 children of both gender between 10 to 12 years (mean age = 10.65) attending primary school in the city of Parana, Argentina. A confirmatory factor analysis using AMOS 16.0 program was conducted to test the six-factor original structure postulated by the authors of the questionnaire. Confirmatory factor analysis indicated an adequate fit (CFI = .90 and RMSEA = .044) for the proposed model. Cronbach Alpha coefficients ranged between .63 and .83. The subscales correlated significantly between r -.206 to .864. An indicator of its validity was that the different scales significantly correlated with being victimized and victimize others: r = .219 for conflict and being victimized, r = -.215 for fellowship and being victimized, r = .336 for bullying and conflict and r = -.269 to bullying and help.

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