Skala Sprężystości Psychicznej – polska adaptacja Ego Resilency Scale
Łukasz D. Kaczmarek
Rocznik: 2011 Tom: 17 Numer: 2
Resiliency is the ability to adapt one’s level of control temporarily up or down as circumstances dictate (Blockand Kremen, 1996). This personality trait plays a fundamental role in the process of coping with adversities. The aim of this study was to develop the Polish version of the Ego Resiliency Scale. The bilingual response method showed that the translation was convergent with the original, tau-b=.82, p=.007. The proposed single factor structure of the scale was confirmed using the data from 1194 participants, χ²=478.73, df=65, GFI=.939, AGFI=.914, RMSA=.073, RMSA 90% CI (.67; .79). The scale had a satisfactory internal consistency of α=.78 and high test-retest reliability, rtt=.89, p<.001. In sum, the Polish version of Ego Resiliency Scale has good psychometric properties and is semantically and theoretically convergent with the original.