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Title: 2因子暗黙の知能観尺度の信頼性・妥当性
Other Titles: Reliability and validity of the two-factor Implicit Theories of Intelligence scale
Authors: 市村, 祐樹
井田, 政則
ICHIMURA, Yuki
IDA, Masanori
Keywords: two-factor implicit theories of intelligence
incremental theory
entity theory
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2019
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部・立正大学大学院心理学研究科
Abstract:  How we believe that intelligence is? Can intelligence be changed by effort? Is intelligence determined by nature? We have a belief that intelligence varies from person to person. Dweck defines such a belief as Implicit Theories of Intelligence( ITI). There are two theories in ITI. Those are incremental theory and entity theory. Incremental theory is a belief that I can change my intelligence. Entity theory is a belief that my intelligence can’t control by myself. Many past researches treat ITI as one factor. But recent researches treat ITI as two factors. Purposes of this study is to verify for reliability and validity about a two-factor Implicit Theories of Intelligence scale. Hierarchical factor analysis showed that ITI are stabled by one factor or two factors. But two-factor model is better than one factor model, because all two factor model’s paths are significant. And correlational analysis showed that different patterns of convergent validity. These results mean that incremental theory and entity theory has different quality. Results of two analysis means that two-factor implicit theories of intelligence scale is better than past one factor scale.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/6672
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