Escala de Importancia y Percepción de Fortalezas Personales: evidencias psicométricas en profesores

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https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v15i1.2102

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Fortalezas personales, Virtudes, Psicología Positiva, Escala, Profesores

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Este estudio tuvo como objetivo presentar el desarrollo y la evidencia psicométrica de la Escala de Importancia y Percepción de Fortalezas Personales (IPCCS, por su sigla en inglés)-Versión Profesores. Se realizaron dos estudios cuantitativos. En el Estudio 1, los encuestados fueron 214 profesores universitarios (edad media = 39.21; DE = 9.77; 55,6 % mujeres), que respondieron al IPCSS-Profesor y preguntas sociodemográficas. El análisis exploratorio sugirió una estructura de un factor para ambas subescalas. Los encuestados en el Estudio 2 fueron 262 profesores universitarios (edad media = 41.80; DE = 9.81; 50,8 % hombres). El análisis factorial confirmatorio sugirió la adecuación de la estructura de seis factores teóricamente propuesta para ambas subescalas después de la comparación con el modelo alternativo de factor único. El IPCSS-Profesor presentó índices de confiabilidad satisfactorios y está indicado para la aplicabilidad en docentes de diferentes sectores con el fin de comprender sus fortalezas personales.

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2021-04-09

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Martins Guerra, V., Alves Freires, L., Lourenço Cintra, C., Bastos Cacciari, M., & Ferreira Vieira Castello, N. (2021). Escala de Importancia y Percepción de Fortalezas Personales: evidencias psicométricas en profesores . Ciencias Psicológicas, 15(1), e-2102. https://doi.org/10.22235/cp.v15i1.2102

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