Brief Report

Psychometric properties of a measure of psychological factors among francophone adolescent learners in a South African setting

Published in: Journal of Psychology in Africa
Volume 26, issue 2, 2016 , pages: 172–175
DOI: 10.1080/14330237.2016.1163910
Author(s): Moletsane MokgadiDepartment of Educational Psychology, South Africa, Robert Kananga MukunaDepartment of Educational Psychology, South Africa

Abstract

This study reported on the psychometric properties of a prospective measure of psychological wellbeing among immigrant francophone adolescent learners in high schools in the Western Cape, South Africa. The sample size comprised 170 participants (females = 51%; age range 14 to 20 years). Scores from the measure were analysed for internal consistency and factorial structure. The evidence suggests scores from the measure to be reliable for measuring emotional regulation, aggressiveness, empathy, and sympathy among the immigrant francophone adolescent learners.

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