Estructura factorial de la escala de estrés percibido (PSS) en una muestra de trabajadores chilenos

  • Carlos Calderón Carvajal Universidad Católica del Norte
  • Norma Gómez Universidad Católica del Norte
  • Francisca López Universidad Católica del Norte
  • Nicolás Otárola Universidad Católica del Norte
  • Mauricio Briceño Universidad Católica del Norte
Palabras clave: Escala de estrés percibido, Estructura factorial, Validez

Resumen

OBJETIVO: evaluar la estructura factorial de la Escala de Estrés Percibido (PSS) de Cohen, Kamarck & Mermelstein (1983), en una muestra de trabajadores chilenos. METODO: Para estudiar la estructura factorial, hemos sometido los datos de 200 participantes de la ciudad de Antofagasta, Chile (62.5% mujeres), con una media de 39.14 años, a un Análisis Factorial Exploratorio, utilizando como estrategia para la retención de factores el Análisis Paralelo y la comparación del ajuste entre modelos anidados y competidores. RESULTADOS: La estructura factorial de dos factores encontrada es coherente con lo expuesto en estudios previos. CONCLUSION: la escala presenta evidencias de validez para su uso en la población estudiada.

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2018-01-26
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Calderón Carvajal, C., Gómez, N., López, F., Otárola, N., & Briceño, M. (2018). Estructura factorial de la escala de estrés percibido (PSS) en una muestra de trabajadores chilenos. Salud & Sociedad, 8(3), 218-226. Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.ucn.cl/index.php/saludysociedad/article/view/2649
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