Psychometric Properties of the Georgian Expanded Version of the Posttraumatic Growth Inventory
This paper reports the analysis of psychometric properties of the Georgian version of expanded posttraumatic growth inventory. Factor structure, internal consistency of the subscales, gender differences, and concurrent validity of the inventory are examined. Three hundred sixty-four participants participated in two studies. The results indicate that the Georgian expanded version of inventory has good internal consistency and the five-factor structure replicated the one reported in the original study. There were also some between-person differences for gender. Besides, deliberate rumination was associated with posttraumatic growth, while intrusive rumination was not, and this is consistent with other research and theoretical expectations.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Psychology Department the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia
Publication date: November 17, 2018