Development and validation of a brief self-assessed wisdom scale
Published on 2020-02-13T05:23:24Z (GMT) by
Abstract Background This longitudinal study aimed to develop a nine-item Brief Self-Assessed Wisdom Scale (BSAWS) derived from the original 40-item Self-Assessed Wisdom Scale (SAWS). Methods The psychometric properties of the shortened scale were evaluated based on a sample of 157 older adults. The factor structure and dimensionality of the original SAWS were examined using confirmatory factor analysis. Subsequent explorative factor analysis of the BSAWS supported the construct validity of the shortened scale. Results The internal consistency, convergent validity and construct validity of the shortened scale were also evaluated and the results indicated that the BSAWS possesses good psychometric properties and is comparable with the full version. Conclusions This scale refinement may help researchers and practitioners conduct epistemological surveys or clinical research related to wisdom.
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Fung, Sai-fu; Chow, Esther; Cheung, Chau-kiu (2020): Development and validation of a brief self-assessed wisdom scale. figshare. Collection. https://doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.c.4854696.v1