Propiedades psicométricas de un Cuestionario de Trolling en una muestra argentina

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Santiago Resett
Pablo Gonzalez Caino

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El Trolling es una conducta de suma relevancia psicosocial. Sin embargo, no existen en la Argentina estudios que hayan examinado las propiedades de instrumentos para evaluarlo. El objetivo del presente trabajo era examinar las propiedades del Cuestionario de Trolling de Buckels, Trapnell, y Paulhus (2014). Se constituyeron dos muestras, una de 437 sujetos y otra de 532 sujetos, ambas de Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires y Gran Buenos Aires. Un análisis factorial exploratorio –con la primera muestra- y uno confirmatorio –con la segunda- indicaron una estructura unifactorial e invarianza de medición. La consistencia interna era adecuada: ? de Cronbach = .74, mientras que la confiabilidad compuesta era .81. Se observó validez concurrente del cuestionario con el uso problemático de nuevas tecnologías y la personalidad oscura: maquiavelismo, narcisismo y psicotismo. En la discusión se analizan las implicancias de estos hallazgos.

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Santiago Resett, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa. Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales. Departamento de Psicología

Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas

Pablo Gonzalez Caino, Universidad Argentina de la Empresa. Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales. Departamento de Psicología

Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas

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