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Thursday, June 18 • 5:15pm - 7:45pm
Subjective Contextual Resilience Assessment: Comparison Of Three Different Populations.

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Abstract #303
Subjective Contextual Resilience Assessment: Comparison of Three Different Populations
Presenter: Helena Hernansaiz-Garrido Co - Presenters: Rocío Rodríguez-Rey, Jesús Alonso-Tapia, Miguel Ángel Ruiz-Díaz, Carmen Nieto-Vizcaíno  
Abstract:
Resilience can be shown in different degrees across different kinds of adversity. No measure considering different contexts exists, so we validated a 20-item Subjective Contextual Resilience Scale (SCRS) with five problem areas –work, relationships, own health, close person health and economy. It was completed by 423 adults with three different conditions (health issues, parents of children with health or developmental issues and healthy adults) along with CDRISC10 and BRS questionnaire. We tested a 5x1 hierarchical factor model and conducted reliability and correlation analyses, and ANOVAs.The 5x1 factor structure was well defined, and reliability was good for all measures in all samples except for SCRS economic area –acceptable only in the healthy sample. Correlations among measures were acceptable, the highest ones being between SCRS –and its subscales– and BRS. There were no mean differences among samples in any measure including SCRS subscales, but a difference emerged in the work and relationships areas when comparing healthy adults to adults with issues (them or their children), showing greater resilience those with issues. There were also mean differences among SCRS’ subscales in all subsamples.Our contextual scale, therefore, can be used to measure resilience within different contexts and across different types of populations.

Presenters
avatar for Helena Hernansaiz-Garrido

Helena Hernansaiz-Garrido

Ph. D Candidate, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Helena Hernansaiz-Garrido is a Ph.D candidate at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, who develops her work in the area of resilience in health issues, particularly with People Living with HIV. She is also interested and engaged in research related to associated stigma and lack... Read More →

Co-Presenters
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Jesús Alonso-Tapia

Professor at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Jesús Alonso-Tapia is a full-time Professor in Psychological and Educational Assessment at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Specialized in Motivation, self-regulation, resilience and learning assessment, he received the First National... Read More →
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Carmen Nieto-Vizcaíno

Ph.D at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Carmen Nieto-Vizcaíno is a Ph.D teacher in the Experimental Psychology Department at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She is interested in the study of basic processes in children with developmental difficulties, especially in children... Read More →
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Rocío Rodríguez-Rey

Rocío Rodríguez-Rey is a Health Psychologist and a Ph.D candidate in the Department of Biological and Health Psychology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain. Her field of interest is resilience, mental health, and posttraumatic growth in children who suffer from severe... Read More →
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Miguel Ángel Ruiz-Díaz

Ph.D at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Miguel Ángel Ruiz-Díaz is a Ph.D teacher in Multivariate Techniques at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. He has collaborated in the development and adaptation to Spanish language of several quality of life measures.


Thursday June 18, 2015 5:15pm - 7:45pm
King's Gym Gymnasium, King's College

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