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    Title: Scale reduced to value the sense of coherence: SOC 15
    Other Titles: Escala Reducida Para Valorar el Sentido de Coherencia: SOC 15
    Authors: Ortiz-Granja, Dorys
    Acosta-Rodas, Pamela
    Lepe-Martínez, Nancy
    Valle, Milenko
    Ramos-Galarza, Carlos
    Issue Date: 2019
    Publisher: Revista Ecuatoriana de Neurologia. Volume 28, Issue 2, Pages 23 - 27
    Abstract: Introduction: The sense of coherence is a construct of health that allows the individual to face difficult situations of life. It is configured by three factors: meaning, understanding and management. As a method of assessment of this construct, has been proposed the SOC scale with 29 items in its original version. Objective: The objective of this study is to propose a reduced SOC scale. Methods: We worked with a sample of 445 healthy participants from Quito-Ecuador, 145 men (32.5%) and 300 women (67.4%). Results: It was obtained that the reduced scale of 15 items presents an adequate internal consistency in its three factors: understanding α= .74, management α= .82 and meaning α= .82. In the confirmatory factor analysis, an acceptable adjustment of the reduced model was found (SOC-15) x2= 317.90, DF= 87, p= <. 001, CFI= .92, RMSEA= .07 (.06-.08) and SRMR= .04. Conclusions: The data is discussed in relation to the benefits of counting with a reduced scale for its future application in the clinical and health scientific context.
    URI: http://revecuatneurol.com/magazine_issue_article/escala-reducida-valorar-sentido-coherencia-soc15-scale-reduced-value-sense-coherence-soc-15/
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