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THE VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY OF THE AUTONOMOUS-RELATIONAL SELF SCALE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH INNER WELLBEING QUESTIONNAIRE

In this research, the analyses of validity and reliability of the Autonomous-Relational Self Scale (ARSS; Kağıtçıbaşı, Baydar, & Cemalcılar, 2006) based on Kağıtçıbaşı’s Autonomous-Relational Self-Model (ARSM) were performed. In this scope, Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA), Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) and Cronbach's Alpha were analyzed on two different samples. It was found that; as a result of the AFA and CFA, ARSS consists of two factors and 18 items as the original version. The correlations between Autonomous and Relational which are sub-factors of the ARSS were examined. The scores of the Autonomous and Relational were compared according to marital status and gender through Mann Whitney U Test. The cut-off scores of self-models proposed by Kağıtçıbaşı; Autonomous-Separated, Heteronomous-Relational, Autonomous-Relational, and Heteronomous-Separated were determined by using K Means Cluster Analysis above scores of ARSS. In addition to, the analyses of validity, reliability and translation from English to Turkish of the Inner Wellbeing Questionnaire (IWBQ; White, Gaines, & Jha, 2013), which is based on the Multi-Dimensional Model of Inner Wellbeing (MIWB) were performed. The results of EFA and CFA indicated that IWBQ consists of the seven sub-factors/domains and 35 items (5 items per domain) as the original version. The correlations were examined among all the domains of the IWBQ which are called Economic Confidence, Agency/Participation, Social Connections, Close Relationships, Physical/Mental Health, Competence/Self-Worth and Values/Meaning. The correlation results indicated that all the domains are intercorrelated significantly and positively. When the relations are examined among the sub-factors of ARSS and IWBQ; positive and significant correlations were obtained between Autonomous Self and Agency/Participation, as well as Relational Self, Social Connections and Close Relationships. The results were discussed according to the literature and some suggestions were offered.



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Autonomous, relational, self, inner wellbeing, validity, reliability, cut-off score


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