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Cross-Cultural Adaptability 1 Running Head : Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory Examining the Psychometric Properties of the Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory

@inproceedings{Davis2003CrossCulturalA1,
  title={Cross-Cultural Adaptability 1 Running Head : Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory Examining the Psychometric Properties of the Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory},
  author={Susan L. R. Davis and Sara J. Finney and James},
  year={2003}
}
The current study examined the factor structure of the Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory (CCAI) to better understand the psychometric properties of this instrument. Subsequent to the current study, the CCAI, which was developed to provide a selfinventory of an individual’s cultural adaptability, had limited study of its measurement characteristics. Therefore, the structure was examined using data collected from a group of university students. Confirmatory factor analysis indicated poor fit… Expand

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