Systematic evaluation of psychometric properties of the Cognition Checklist with college students.
This study included revision and systematic examination of the factor structure and psychometric properties of the Cognition Checklist. Two separate samples of college undergraduates participated. Analysis showed that all the models reported previously in the literature fitted the data poorly for Sample 1 (n = 220). Principal components and maximum likelihood exploratory analyses of the responses of the 220 students yielded two moderately correlated factors. Using data from Sample 2 (n = 288), LISREL confirmatory factor analyses showed that the two-factor oblique model provided adequate fit to the observed data. Estimates of internal consistency were .88 and .71. Preliminary normative, convergent, and divergent validity data are reported. In addition, directions for research are discussed.
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Osman, A.; Besett, T. M.; Osman, J. R.; Troutman, J. A.; and Grittmann, L., "Systematic evaluation of psychometric properties of the Cognition Checklist with college students." (1995). Faculty Publications. 4285.