Improved Representation of the Self-Perception Profile for Children Through Bifactor Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling

@inproceedings{Arens2017ImprovedRO,
  title={Improved Representation of the Self-Perception Profile for Children Through Bifactor Exploratory Structural Equation Modeling},
  author={Katrin Arens and Alexandre J S Morin},
  year={2017}
}
This study illustrates an integrative psychometric framework to investigate two sources of construct-relevant multidimensionality in answers to the Self-Perception Profile for Children (SPPC). Using a sample of 2,353 German students attending Grades 3 to 6, we contrasted: (a) first-order versus hierarchical and bifactor models to investigate construct-relevant multidimensionality related to the hierarchical nature of multidimensional selfconceptions and (b) confirmatory factor analyses (CFA… CONTINUE READING
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