The Short-EMBU in Australia , Spain , and Venezuela Factorial Invariance , and Associations with Sex Roles , Self-Esteem , and Eysenckian Personality Dimensions

@inproceedings{Arrindell2005TheSI,
  title={The Short-EMBU in Australia , Spain , and Venezuela Factorial Invariance , and Associations with Sex Roles , Self-Esteem , and Eysenckian Personality Dimensions},
  author={Willem A. Arrindell and Alma Akkerman and Nuri Bag{\'e}s and Lya Feldman and Vicente E. Caballo and Tian Po Oei and B{\'a}rbara Torres and Gloria Canalda and Josefina Castro and Iain Montgomery and Maryanne Davis and Manuel G. Calvo and Justin A Kenardy and David L. Palenzuela and Jeffrey C. Richards and Chew Choon Leong and Miguel A. Sim{\'o}n and Flor Zald{\'i}var},
  year={2005}
}
The short(s)-EMBU (Swedish acronym for Egna Minnen Beträffande Uppfostran [My memories of upbringing]) consists of 23 items, is based on the early 81-item EMBU, and was developed out of the necessity of having a brief measure of perceived parental rearing practices when the clinical and/or research context does not adequately permit application of timeconsuming test batteries. The s-EMBU comprises three subscales: Rejection, Emotional Warmth, and (Over)Protection. The factorial and/or construct… CONTINUE READING
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