Academic Procrastination Scale-Short Form: un meta-análisis de generalización de la fiabilidad

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https://doi.org/10.12795/revistafuentes.2023.21581

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Test psicológico, Procrastinación, Estadística, Estudiante

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La procrastinación es una conducta habitual entre los estudiantes de diferentes niveles académicos que se relaciona con numerosas consecuencias negativas. El objetivo del presente trabajo es estimar la fiabilidad de la Academic Procrastination Scale-Short Form (APS-SF) mediante un meta-análisis de generalización de la fiabilidad. Se realizó una búsqueda sistemática en cinco bases de datos y se revisaron las referencias del artículo original de validación de la APS-SF. La estimación combinada de la fiabilidad de la prueba se realizó mediante un metanálisis de efectos aleatorios sobre 25 muestras independientes pertenecientes a 22 publicaciones. Los alfas de Cronbach se utilizaron como tamaño del efecto y se normalizaron sus distribuciones mediante la transformación de Bonett. La heterogeneidad fue evaluada a través de la Q de Cochran y el estadístico I2. El riesgo de sesgo de publicación se valoró mediante el gráfico de embudo y el test de regresión de Egger. La fiabilidad combinada estimada es de .89 (IC 95% = .87, .90). Los análisis de meta-regresión y ANOVA muestran que la edad es un moderador estadísticamente significativo. No se observa riesgo de sesgo de publicación. Este trabajo muestra como la APS-SF es una herramienta fiable para la medición de la procrastinación académica.

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2023-01-23

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Hidalgo-Fuentes, S., & Martínez-Álvarez, I. (2023). Academic Procrastination Scale-Short Form: un meta-análisis de generalización de la fiabilidad. Revista Fuentes, 25(1), 71–81. https://doi.org/10.12795/revistafuentes.2023.21581

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