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Análise Psicológica

Print version ISSN 0870-8231On-line version ISSN 1646-6020

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CARDOSO, Francisco M. S.; RAMOS, Ana C. M.  and  HARTLING, Linda M.. Humiliation Inventory: Adaptation study for Portuguese population. Aná. Psicológica [online]. 2019, vol.37, n.2, pp.235-248. ISSN 0870-8231.  http://dx.doi.org/10.14417/ap.1460.

The objective is to present the adaptation study of the Humiliation Inventory for the Portuguese population. The starting point was Hartling and Luchetta’s version, composed of thirty-two items, distributed by two factors - cumulative humiliation and fear of humiliation. 1116 participants of the general population, Mage=32.25, DPage=11.5, took part in the study. The confirmatory factor analysis did not register satisfactory indexes for a two-factor composition. Consequently, we searched for the alternative models. First, with the principal component analysis, three factors were extracted, corresponding to cumulative humiliation, fear of humiliation and a third factor corresponding to concern/ worry about being a victim of humiliation. They explain approximately 72% of total variance and present good reliability. Subsequently, with the CFA we observed that the three-factor model, following respecification, had a very good fit, Satorra-Bentler(factor correction)=1.416, χ2(196)=570.766, χ2/df=2.91, CFI=.984, TLI=.981, RMSEA=.041, CI [.038, .045], SRMR=.028, as well as composite reliability and factorial, convergent and discriminating validities. In conclusion, this version puts forward an additional measure of concern/worry regarding humiliation, which, in the original version, was aggregated into the measure of fear of humiliation. We believe the distinction is due to sample and cultural characteristics.

Keywords : Humiliation; Non-dignity; Interpersonal conflict; Violence.

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