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Psihologija
2019, vol. 52, br. 4, str. 395-412
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 14/12/2019
doi: 10.2298/PSI181221013I
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Model Velikih Pet u Bangladešu - ispitivanje Desetoajtemskog inventara ličnosti
University of Chittagong, Department of Psychology, Bangladesh

e-adresa: mnipsy@cu.ac.bd

Sažetak

Istraživači širom sveta vrlo često konstruišu vrlo kratke mere Velikih pet dimenzija ličnosti, kako bi mogli da rade brzu procenu ličnosti. Verovatno najpoznatiji od svih kratkih instrumenata za procenu ličnosti je Destoajtemski inventar ličnosti (eng. the Ten-Item Personality Inventory - TIPI). Cilj ove studije je da se izvrši prevod, adaptacija i validacija TIPI-ja u bangladeškoj kulturi. Nakon završetka procedure prevođenja, bengalska verzija (na bengalskom odnosno bangla jeziku, prim. prev.) TIPI-B-a je proverena na uzorku od 662 odrasla stanovnika Bangladeša. Eksplorativnom faktorskom analizom na prvoj polovini uzorka (n = 330) je objašenjeno 77.53% ukupne varijanse, međutim, nije potvrđena petofaktorska struktura sa po dva ajtema u okviru svake skale. Prihvatljivi indeksi uklapanja podataka u model (ch2/df = 3.177, GFI = .960, CFI = .935, TLI = .937, SRMR = .061 i RMSEA = .76) dobijeni su u postupku konfirmativne faktorske analize na drugoj polovini uzorka (n = 332). Prihvatljive mere interne konzistencije, test-retest pouzdanosti i konvergnetne i diskriminativne validnosti skale su utvrđene različitim statističkim analizama. Shodno tome, TIPI-B sa svojih pet dimenzija se može koristiti kao validna i pouzdana mera za procenu ličnosti stanovnika Bangladeša.

Ključne reči

Big Five; TIPI; EFA; CFA; validnost; Bangladeš

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