Factorial Composition of a General Self-Efficacy Scale in Mexican University Students
AbstractThe present study aims to investigate whether the psychometric results proposed by (Sanjuan, Perez, & Bermúdez, 2000) for general selfefficacy scale replicate. The total sample was of 282 subjects; 142 women and 140 men, college students from the city of La Paz Baja California Sur Mexico, with an mean age of 20.3 years (SD = 1.6) for women and 20.9 years (SD = 1.6) for men. The factorial structure of the questionnaire was analyzed by confirmatory factor analysis. The analysis shows a feasible and appropriate factor structure. The structure of a one factor, based on statistical and substantive criteria, has shown adequate fit indicators of reliability and validity. In addition, the factor obtained a Cronbach´s alpha coefficient of .914. Future research should replicate these findings in larger samples.
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Cuadras, G. G., Garcia, P. J. J., Vasquez, S. I. A., & Bibiano Mejia, M. de los A. (2016). Factorial Composition of a General Self-Efficacy Scale in Mexican University Students. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 12(28), 430. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2016.v12n28p430