Social problem solving predicts decision making styles among US Hispanics

  title={Social problem solving predicts decision making styles among US Hispanics},
  author={Osvaldo F. Morera and Alberto Maydeu-Olivares and Thomas E. Nygren and Rebecca J. White and Norma P. Fernandez and Monica C. Skewes},
While recent research has explored the psychometric properties of the Social Problem Solving InventoryRevised (SPSI-R; D’Zurilla, Nezu, Maydeu-Olivares, 2002) in Spain, this research has not extended to North American Hispanics. The purpose of this study is threefold: First, we examine the reliability of the SPSI-R subscales in a sample of US Hispanics. Second, we investigate whether SPSI-R gender differences generalized to this population. Finally, we examine the relationships between social… CONTINUE READING


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