Confirmatory factor analysis of the Valencia scale on attitudes and beliefs toward hypnosis, therapist version
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Capafons, Antonio Perfil; Espejo Tort, Begoña Perfil; Mendoza, María Elena
This document is a artículoDate2008

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Health professionals' beliefs and attitudes toward hypnosis may make them reluctant to use it or even to foster misapplications and iatrogenic uses of hypnosis. The Valencia Scale on Attitudes and Beliefs toward Hypnosis-Therapist version (VSABH-T) is a specific instrument to evaluate therapists' attitudes and beliefs. The aims of this study are to evaluate the 8-factor structure of the VSABH-T proposed from a confirmatory perspective. The sample comprised 1,661 licensed psychologists who are members of the Spanish Psychological Association for the initial test and 787 for the retest. Results confirmed the 8-factor structure obtained in a previous exploratory study, namely: Fear, Memory, Help, Control, Collaboration, Interest, Magic, and Marginal. The scale also showed adequate psychometric properties, including good internal consistency and test-retest reliability.

    Capafons, Antonio Espejo Tort, Begoña Mendoza, María Elena 2008 Confirmatory factor analysis of the Valencia scale on attitudes and beliefs toward hypnosis, therapist version International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 56 3 281 294
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