Measurement invariance between student and employee groups of the Polish version of the Mini-IPIP Scale for Big Five personality traits
Czerwiński, Stanisław K.
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Short scales are becoming increasingly popular in social and behavioral sciences. Often times they are convenient, valid and reliable which makes them particularly useful in certain contexts, such as large scale surveys. The aim of the study was to investigatie measurement invariance of the Polish version of the Mini-IPIP Shortened Measures of the Big-Five Domains (the Mini-IPIP) between a student sample (927 persons) and an employee sample (723 persons). The instrument consists of 20 items, four for each subscale and has a 5-point Likert-type response format ranging from 1 (Strongly disagree) to 5 (Strongly agree). Data were gathered between 2013 and 2017 as a part of subsequent research projects. The results showed that the scale has satisfactory model fit in both samples and indicated strong measurement invariance between the groups of students and employees. The data supports the validity of the Polish version of the Mini-IPIP.
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