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Psicothema, 2008. Vol. Vol. 20 (nº 2). 290-296




SA-45: forma abreviada del SCL-90

Bonifacio Sandín, Rosa M. Valiente, Paloma Chorot, Miguel A. Santed y Lourdes Lostao

Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia y * Universidad Pública de Navarra

El Symptom Assessment-45 Questionnaire (SA-45) es un instrumento de autoinforme de síntomas psicopatológicos de 45 ítems derivado del SCL-90. Consiste en nueve escalas de 5 ítems cada una que evalúan las mismas dimensiones que el SCL-90, si bien minimizando el solapamiento entre las dimensiones. El presente artículo aporta datos sobre la validación preliminar de la versión española del cuestionario en una muestra de estudiantes universitarios. Análisis factoriales exploratorios y confirmatorios apoyan una estructura de 9 factores que corresponden a las 9 escalas propuestas. También se aportan datos normativos, y evidencia sobre la fiabilidad (consistencia interna) y validez del cuestionario.

SA-45: A brief form of the SCL-90. The Symptom Assessment-45 Questionnaire (SA-45) is a 45-item self-report instrument of psychiatric symptomatology derived from the original SCL-90. The SA-45 consists of nine 5-item scales assessing each of the same symptom domains as its parent instrument with no item overlap across domains. This paper provides preliminary validation of the Spanish version of the questionnaire in an undergraduate sample. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses supported a 9-factor structure, which corresponds to the nine proposed scales. Normative data, reliability (internal consistency) and validity were also examined, finding support for sound psychometric properties.

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