AP  >> Vol. 6 No. 12 (December 2016)

    Reliability and Validity of Dickman’s Impulsivity Inventory in Chinese College Students

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郑丽君,张 婷:西南大学心理学部,重庆

冲动量表功能型冲动非功能型冲动信度效度Impulsive Scale Functional Impulsivity Dysfunctional Impulsivity Reliability Validity


目的:引进和修订Dickman冲动量表(Dickman’s Impulsivity Inventory, DII),在大学生中,检验DII中文版的信度、效度。方法:对500名在校大学生进行Dickman冲动量表测查,并间隔四周后进行重测。结果:DII总量表内部一致性系数为0.649,分量表的内部一致性系数均在0.7以上;重测信度为0.748;与Buss和Perry攻击问卷显著相关;验证性因素分析显示结构拟合良好。结论:DII是一个比较好的评估冲动行为的工具。

Objective: To introduce and revise Dickman impulse scale (Dickman’s Impulsivity Inventory, DII) and test its reliability and validity among college students. Methods: The DII was tested in 500 Chinese college students, and retested after four weeks. Results: The DII internal consistency coef-ficient is 0.649; subscales of internal consistency coefficients are above 0.7; retest reliability is 0.748; it has a significant correlation with the Buss and Perry attack questionnaire; confirmatory factor analysis showed that the structure fitting is good. Conclusion: The DII is a good tool for a better assessment of impulsive behavior.

郑丽君, 张婷 (2016). Dickman冲动性量表在大学生中应用的信效度分析. 心理学进展, 6(12), 1267-1272. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AP.2016.612160


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