Volume 6- Issue 4

October 2017

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Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale : Psychometric Properties of Turkish Version

Pages: 1-9

This study demonstrate the reliability and validity of a measurement designed to evaluate middle school-aged students’ emotional self-efficacy. A sample of 315 middle school-aged students’ from public schools in a Sakarya-Turkey. In order to determine the construct validity of the scale, Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) was performed to 27-item Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale (ESES) for the study. A correlated four-dimension including the factors were fit using maximum likelihood estimation. Results indicated that the model was well fit (x²=715.93, sd=267, p=0.00, RMSEA=.07). In conculusion, ESES showed the proof of both accuracy and, including internal consistency and validity - reliability scores. Potential implementation for the ESES and further studies are discussed.

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