Adaptarea românească a Setului Internațional de Itemi de Personalitate: IPIP-Ro

Dragoș Iliescu, Marian Popa, Roxana Dimache

Abstract


Acest articol documentează traducerea în limba română a băncii de itemi pentru evaluarea personalității, IPIP. În banca de itemi IPIP-Ro sunt conținuți 2504 itemi pentru evaluarea personalității, care compun un număr de 371 de scale de personalitate, grupate pe 19 categorii. Cei 2504 itemi au fost administrați unui eșantion de conveniență de 282 de participanți, iar articolul documentează procesul de traducere, precum și caracteristicile psihometrice ale celor 371 de scale, dintre care 250 pot fi utilizate fără rețineri pentru cercetare, având o fidelitate de .70 sau peste. Sunt discutate implicațiile acestui proiect pentru cercetarea personalității în România, precum și limitările proiectului și scalelor cuprinse în banca de itemi, pentru utilizarea în practica psihologică.


Keywords


IPIP; evaluarea personalității; teste

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