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Dotazník zmatení rolí pro adolescenty : Předběžné sdělení o vývoji sebeposuzovací metody

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Title in English Role confusion questionnaire for adolescents : A preliminary report on self-report method development


Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Testfórum
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Faculty of Social Studies

Web článek - open access
Keywords Role confusion; questionnaire; adolescence; self-reported method; parent-child dyads
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Description The aim of the study was to develop a questionnaire to capture the degree of role confusion as it is currently experienced by adolescents. The process of creating a questionnaire is described through two follow-up studies. In Study I, 9 self-assessment items were piloted on a sample of adolescents (n=56; 13-17 years; M=15,02; SD=1,8; 65,5% girls). The internal consistency and factor relevance of the items into two factors was verified - instrumental role confusion and emotional role confusion. In Study II, 16 questionnaire items (existing from Study I, amended and supplemented) were piloted on a sample of adolescents (n=154; 12-19 years; M=15,23; SD = 2,02; 61,7% girls). The distinction of role confusion towards father and mother was differentiated, the items being divided into three factors: instrumental role confusion, emotional role confusion in the mother / child dyad, and emotional role confusion in father / child dyad. Since the content-related items for the mother and father were administered one after another and shared the variance, which was not possible to explain their belonging to the scales, the questionnaire with different order of items were subjected to quntitative study III. The research sample consisted of high school students (n=293; 15-21 years, M=16,23; 67,6% girls). The factor structure of the ZRA questionnaire was verified by confirmatory factor analysis.
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