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ArtikelPhysical Self - Perceptions in Adolescent : Generalizability of A Hierarchical Multi Dimensional Model Across Three Cultures  
Oleh: Stambulova, Natalia ; Kavussanu, Maria ; Hagger, Martin S. ; Chow, Edward W. ; Biddle, Stuart J. H.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (http://journals.sagepub.com/home/jcca) vol. 34 no. 6 (Nov. 2003), page 611-628.
Topik: ADOLESCENT; physical self - concept; cross - cultural invariance; models of self - esteem; individualism; individualism - collectivism
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    • Nomor Panggil: JJ86.10
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Isi artikelThis study examines the generalizability of the form, structural parameters, and latent means of a hierarchical multidimensional model of physical self - perceptions in adolescents from three cultures. A children's version of the physical self - perception profile (PSPP - C) was administered to samples of british, hong kong, and russian high school students. A structural equation model that hypothesized a hierarchical structure with global self - esteem as a superordinate construct and physical self - worth as a domain - level construct governing the PSPP - C subdomains the fit the data adequately. Tests of the cross - cultural generalizability of the proposed model supported the invariance of the factor pattern and model parameters across the samples. Latent means analysis suggested that the factor means were significantly higher in the british sample, a finding that supports the results of cross - cultural studies of self - esteem in other domains.
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