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PUBLIC HEALTH WELLBEING SCALE: RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY STUDY OF THE TURKISH VERSION

Selma İNFAL KESİM, Fatih KARA

Abstract


Aim: The aim of this study was to test the validity of the Public Health and Wellbeing Scale reliability in Turkey.

Methods: As a data collection tool was performed; Public Health Wellbeing Scale with a data sheet and perceived well-being Scale. For reliability analysis; Cronbach alpha reliability coefficient to determine the internal consistency coefficients, the item - total point correlations to determine item-total analysis were calculated. The validity for analysis; from English to Turkish translation  and from Turkish to English was translated back to determine the language validity, to determine content validity were expert opinion consulted (Davis technique was applied), Content Validity İndex  (CVI) was calculated, the concurrent scale validity method was used to determine criterion-related validity of the scale, exploratory factor analysis was performed to determine the construct validity.

 


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