Validation of the Russian Version of the Questionnaire «Scale of Perceived Stress–10»

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Abstract

The results of validation of Russian version of questionnaire “Scale of perceived stress–10” are presented. Th is version of questionnaire has high results of reliability and satisfactory results of validity. An exploratory factor analysis revealed good correspondence of forthcoming factorial structure of the questionnaire. The Scale of perceived stress–10 has high internal coordination. The results received by direct testing of constructive validity in general correspond to theoretically predicted ones. The received results give basis to suppose that Russian version of questionnaire “Scale of perceived stress–10” is reliable and valid instrument for national and cross cultural investigations.

General Information

Keywords: scale of perceived stress, reliability, validity, cross cultural investigations

Article type: scientific article

For citation: Ababkov V.A., Barisnikov K., Vorontzova-Wenger O.V., Gorbunov J.A., Kapranova S.V., Pologaeva E.A., Stuklov K.A. Validation of the Russian Version of the Questionnaire «Scale of Perceived Stress–10». Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Psychology, 2016. no. 2, pp. 6–15. (In Russ., аbstr. in Engl.)

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Information About the Authors

Valentin A. Ababkov, Doctor of Medicine, Professor, Professor, Chair of Medical Psychology and Psychophysiology, Psychological Department, Saint-Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1925-8397, e-mail: valababkov@mail.ru

Koviljka Barisnikov, PhD, professor, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, e-mail: Koviljka.Barisnikov@unige.ch

Olga V. Vorontzova-Wenger, postdoctoral student, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, e-mail: olga_wenger@hotmail.com

Jean A. Gorbunov, PhD in Psychology, Senior Researcher, Clinical Psychology and Psychophysiology Department,, St Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7558-750X, e-mail: i.a.gorbunov@spbu.ru

Sofia V. Kapranova, Postgraduate Student, St. Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: sph.sph92@gmail.com

Elizaveta A. Pologaeva, student, St. Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: elizabeth_polo2@mail.ru

Kirill A. Stuklov, student, St. Petersburg State University, St.Petersburg, Russia, e-mail: kirillstuklow@gmail.com