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Article Dans Une Revue Stress and Health Année : 2019

Validation of the French version of the Forms of Self‐Criticizing/Attacking and Self‐Reassuring Scale

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AbstractBackgroundSelf‐criticism and self‐reassurance are internal processes of self‐to‐self relating that have received increasing attention in psychology. The Forms of Self‐Criticizing/Attacking and Self‐Reassuring Scale (FSCRS), which was first studied by Gilbert, Clarke, Hempel, Miles, and Irons, is a self‐report instrument that has been used in various populations and has shown satisfactory reliability. The goal of this work is to explore the psychometric properties of a French version of the scale in a large nonclinical sample.MethodData from 285 nonclinical participants were analysed.ResultsConfirmatory factor analysis indicated an acceptable to good fit of the FSCRS items to a three‐factor model. Good internal consistency and convergent validity were found.ConclusionsThe French validation results corroborate previous findings in a nonclinical population and confirm that the French version of the FSCRS is a robust and reliable instrument.
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hal-04407167 , version 1 (20-01-2024)

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Isabelle Leboeuf, Julianna Mahanga, Stephane Rusinek, Pascal Delamillieure, Francis Gheysen, et al.. Validation of the French version of the Forms of Self‐Criticizing/Attacking and Self‐Reassuring Scale. Stress and Health, 2019, Stress and Health, 36 (1), pp.31-36. ⟨10.1002/smi.2909⟩. ⟨hal-04407167⟩
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