Self reported attentional control with the Attentional Control Scale: factor structure and relationship with symptoms of anxiety and depression.

@article{lafsson2011SelfRA,
  title={Self reported attentional control with the Attentional Control Scale: factor structure and relationship with symptoms of anxiety and depression.},
  author={Ragnar P{\'e}tur {\'O}lafsson and Jakob Sm{\'a}ri and Fr{\'i}ður Guðmundsd{\'o}ttir and Gunnhildur Olafsd{\'o}ttir and Hrafnhildur L Harðard{\'o}ttir and Svavar Mar Einarsson},
  journal={Journal of anxiety disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 6},
  pages={777-82}
}
The Attentional Control Scale (ACS) is a self-report questionnaire that has been developed to measure individual differences in attentional control. Despite its fairly widespread use, little is known about the psychometric properties of the scale in adult samples. In the present study, factor structure of the ACS and its relationship with symptoms of anxiety and depression was investigated in a total sample of 728 Icelandic university students. Exploratory factor analysis in sample 1 (n=361… CONTINUE READING

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