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Psicologia

versão impressa ISSN 0874-2049

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NUNES, Filipa; CORREIA, Filipa  e  MOTA, Catarina Pinheiro. Individuation Test for Emerging Adults (ITEA): Adaptation for the Portuguese population. Psicologia [online]. 2019, vol.33, n.1, pp.33-46. ISSN 0874-2049.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17575/rpsicol.v33i1.1396.

The present study aims to adapt to "Individuation Test for Emerging Adults (ITEA)" to the Portuguese population and to analyze its psychometric properties. The sample was constituted by 432 emerging adults aged ranging from 18 to 30 years. The confirmatory factorial analysis showed appropriate adjustment indexes had been confirming the original conceptual model of ITEA. The results reveal psychometrics properties that confirm the cultural and linguistic adequacy of ITEA in the Portuguese population. The ITEA was able to the identifying differences in psychological distancing process the emerging adults to the fathers based on the participants' age and gender. The reliability was evaluated through the Alpha de Cronbach that revealed indices the .80 / .82 for the instrument totality in the mother and father version, respectively. Furthermore, measurement invariance was analyzed among parental roles and the participant’s gender.

Palavras-chave : Individuation; emerging adults; ITEA.

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