Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire

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Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire

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About Scale Name

Scale Name

Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire

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Author Details

Deirdre Gartland (deirdre.gartland@mcri.edu.au)

Translation Availability

English, Dutch, Hindi, Persian, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Filipino

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Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire
Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire

Background/Description

The Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire (ARQ) measures adolescents’ resilience and their capacity to achieve positive outcomes despite stressors. It includes measures of resilience within self, and in family, school, peer, and community domains. The main construct in this scale is Intrapersonal competencies.

The Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire (ARQ) is a five-point Likert-type scale measure that assesses adolescents’ resilience and their capacity to achieve positive outcomes despite stressors. It includes measures of resilience within self, and in family, school, peer, and community domains.

Population for which technical quality evidence has been collected: Pilot sample of year-nine students attending Catholic schools in Victoria, Australia (N=330) as well as adolescents with chronic illnesses (N=247). A second sample of students from 11 randomly selected Victorian Government Schools (N=451) completed the revised questionnaire (Gartland et al, 2011).

Scoring

No overall scores are reported. There are 12 subscores that can be grouped into self, family, peer, school, and community domains: Negative cognition (self), Emotional insight (self), Empathy (self), Social skills (self), Confidence (self), Connectedness (family), Availability (family), Connectedness (peer), Availability (peer), Supportive school environment (school), Connectedness (school), Connectedness (community). The measure is self-scored.

Reliability and Validity

The Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire (ARQ) has shown good reliability and validity. The internal consistency (alpha) coefficients range from 0.60 to 0.90 (Gartland et al., 2011). Additionally, exploratory factor analysis was used to find evidence supporting the 12 subscales (Gartland et al., 2011). There is also evidence based on response processes, as items were deleted or revised if they were identified by respondents as difficult to understand (Gartland et al., 2011).

Available Versions

74 Items ARQ available in English, Dutch, Hindi, Persian, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Filipino.

Reference

Development of a multi-dimensional measure of resilience in adolescents: the Adolescent Resilience Questionnaire,” BMC Medical Research Methodology, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2011, pp. 134.

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