Análisis factorial e invarianza por sexo y edad de la Anger Rumina-tion Scale (Escala de Rumiación de la Ira) versión española

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.394021
Palabras clave: rumiación, ira, agresión, análisis factorial, invarianza

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La rumiación ira es pensamiento perseverativo sobre un evento personalmente significativo ocurrido a la persona o las demás que conlleva a la ira y se constituye como factor de riesgo para la agresión. El objetivo fue realizar un análisis factorial confirmatorio e invarianza por sexo y edades de la Anger Rumination Scale [ARS]. Se conformó una muestra no probabilística de 640 personas con entre 18 y 63 años (M = 31.07, SD = 11.27), agrupadas por sexos (252 hombres, 378 mujeres) y edades (278 menores de 25 años, 352 mayores de 25 años). Los instrumentos fueron el ARS y el cuestionario de agresión reactiva y proactiva RPQ. Se encontró que el ARS presenta un ajuste favorable en un modelo de cuatro factores correlacionados con covarianzas residuales. A su vez, resultó invariante entre sexos y edades luego de imponer restricciones progresivas en el modelo confirmado, y presentó correlaciones significativas con la agresión reactiva y proactiva como evidencias de la validez de criterio predictivo. Se concluyó que el ARS presenta indicadores adecuados de fiabilidad y validez para ser usado en el contexto colombiano.

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05-08-2020
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Toro, R., García-García, J., & Zaldívar-Basurto, F. (2020). Análisis factorial e invarianza por sexo y edad de la Anger Rumina-tion Scale (Escala de Rumiación de la Ira) versión española. Anales De Psicología / Annals of Psychology, 36(3), 475-482. https://doi.org/10.6018/analesps.394021
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