Wewnętrzna aktywność dialogowa i jej psychologiczne korelaty
Piotr K. Oleś, Anna Batory, Monika Buszek, Klaudia Chorąży, Joanna Dras, Tomasz Jankowski, Iwona Kalinowska, Dorota Kubala, Jolanta Parzych, Sebastian Sadowski, Krystyna Sosnowska, Wiesław Talik, Marcin Wróbel
Rocznik: 2010 Tom: 16 Numer: 1
On the theoretical base of dialogical self theory, the Internal Dialogical Activity Scale was constructed to measure internal dialogical activity defined as engagement in dialogues with imagined figures, simulation of social dialogical relationships in one’s own thoughts, and confrontation of the points of view representing different I-positions relevant for personal and/or social identity. The IDAS contains 47 items and 7 subscales, it has partly confirmed validity; internal consistency Cronbach alpha=.93 and stability rtt=.81; also the subscales have satisfactory reliability. The correlates were explored on the levels of traits (EPQ-R, EAS, and NEO-PI-R), characteristic adaptations (TPI, PANAS, ECR-R, MAAS, IRI) and self-concept (ACL, SES, SCC) on several samples of students and adults. The most prominent correlations are between internal dialogical activity and neuroticism (from .34 till .39), emotionality-distress (.44), openness for experience (from .27, till .54), avoidant and anxious attachment (-.44 and .39 respectively), mindfulness (-.36), empathy (.33), life revue (from .44 till .56) and awareness of negative changes in midlife (from .33 till .46) – both results for women. The results reveal that internal dialogical activity has psychological basement rather in traits and characteristic adaptation than other features of the self-system.