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ANÁLISIS FACTORIAL CONFIRMATORIO DE LOS PRINCIPALES MODELOS PROPUESTOS PARA EL PURPOSE-IN-LIFE TEST EN UNA MUESTRA DE UNIVERSITARIOS ESPAÑOLES

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Author(s): Martínez, Eva Rosa | García-Alandete, Joaquín | Sellés Nohales, Pilar | Bernabé Valero, Gloria | Soucase Lozano, Beatriz

Journal: Acta Colombiana de Psicologia
ISSN 0123-9155

Volume: 15;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 67;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Purpose-In-Life Test | Logotherapy | Confirmatory Factor Analysis | Structural Models

ABSTRACT
In recent years several papers have examined the structure of the Purpose-In-Life Test, which measures the achievement of meaning in life from the approach of logotherapy, having found heterogeneous results. The aim of this study was to test different models proposed in previous literature with a sample of 766 Spanish undergraduates (220 males, 546 females) from two universities of the Valencia Community (Spain), aged between 18 and 36 (M = 21.96; SD = 3.56). Confirmatory factor analysis of these models was conducted. The adjustment values and the factorial structures obtained were compared, finding empirical support for three bi-factorial models.

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