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Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Reliability of the Mental Health Inventory for Australian Adolescents

Heubeck, Bernd; Neill, J


Ostroft, Woolverton, Berry, and Lesko in 1996 examined the adolescent subsample of Veit and Ware's 1983 normative data for the Mental Health Inventory and recommended a two-factor rather than the original five-factor model for the assessment of adolescents' mental health. Analysis of a 30-item version with a new independent sample of 878 adolescents in another English-speaking country supported a two-factor model of psychological well-being and distress for boys and girls. Internal consistency...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Psychological Reports


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