FACTORIAL INVARIANCE OF ACADEMIC SELF-EFFICACY IN TEAMWORK AND LEADERSHIP SCALE ON MEN AND WOMEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
AbstractThe present study analyses the psychometric properties of the Selfefficacy Scale in the Field of Teamwork and Leadership in men and women university students. The overall sample consisted of 2089 participants: 902 women and 1187 men, with a mean age of 18.53 years (SD= 1.52) and 18.99 years (SD= 1.80) respectively. Psychometric analysis showed that a twofactorial structure (Teamwork and Entrepreneurship) was viable and adequate for both populations (men and woman) according to the established psychometric requirements when the informers are the students themselves. In addition, the factor structure, factor loadings and intercepts are considered invariant in the two groups; however, there are differences between groups for the means of Teamwork factor.
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Ornelas, J. R. B., Vega, H. B., Ledezma, Y. R., & Enriquez, M. del C. Z. (2015). FACTORIAL INVARIANCE OF ACADEMIC SELF-EFFICACY IN TEAMWORK AND LEADERSHIP SCALE ON MEN AND WOMEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 11(32). Retrieved from http://eujournal.org/index.php/esj/article/view/6592