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Trait Resilience Scale
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About Trait Resilience Scale
Trait Resilience Scale
The Trait Resilience Scale (TRC) consists of 18 new items of childhood resilience traits in which respondents rated themselves on each item (5-point Likert scale) ‘as a child’ rather than at the present time. The instrument was first tested with a Thai college sample (n =95) and indicated good internal consistency, with Cronbach’s alpha being .81 for the entire scale. Concurrent validity of the TRC was tested using the Perceived Stress Scale (which has two factors -Stress Intensity and Stress Control). Highly significant relationships between SRC were found with stress intensity (+.54, p<.0001) and stress control (-.40, p<.0001).
Administration, Scoring and Interpretation
- Provide the individual or group with a copy of the TRC.
- Read the instructions on the TRC to the individual or group.
- Allow the individual or group to complete the TRC independently.
- Collect the TRCs from the individual or group.
- Score the TRCs according to the instructions.
- Provide the individual or group with their scores.
Reliability and Validity
Not confirmed yet
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