The Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC): Testing the invariance of a uni-dimensional resilience measure that is independent of positive and negative affect
Resilience comprises cognitive and behavioural tendencies that reflect dispositional character traits and patterns of behaviour that develop through life experience. Resilience is associated with positive mental and physical health outcomes although debate over its function as a predictor and/or outcome of successful stressful life conditions exists. Findings are confounded by a range of operational definitions. This study tested the factorial structure of the Connor and Davidson Resilience...[Show more]
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