Polska adaptacja Kwestionariusza Satysfakcji z Małżeństwa dla Osób Starszych MSQFOP


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W artykule zaprezentowano wyniki prac nad polską adaptacją Kwestionariusza Satysfakcji z Małżeństwa dla Osób Starszych (The Marital Satisfaction Questionnaire For Older Persons) MSQFOP autorstwa S. N. Haynesa i współpracowników. Przedstawiono właściwości psychometryczne polskiej wersji MSQFOP. Otrzymane rezultaty są porównywalne z danymi dla wersji oryginalnej narzędzia i potwierdzają, że polska wersja kwestionariusza MSQFOP może mieć zastosowanie w badaniach naukowych. Kwestionariusz składa się z 24 itemów tworzących cztery wymiary: Komunikacja/Wyrażanie uczuć, Pożycie seksualne, Zdrowie, Afiliacja. Skala przetestowana została w badaniach 832 osób. Wskaźnik rzetelności (α-Cronbacha) dla całej skali wynosi 0,94 a w odniesieniu do poszczególnych podskal waha się od 0,68 do 0,94.


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Opublikowane : 2021-01-13


Brudek, P. (2021). Polska adaptacja Kwestionariusza Satysfakcji z Małżeństwa dla Osób Starszych MSQFOP. Family Forum, 10, 277-297. https://doi.org/10.25167/FF/1861

Paweł Jan Brudek  brudekp@gmail.com
Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II  Polska
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0251-9415


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