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Título: Escala de Experiências Precoces de Vida para Adolescentes (ELES-A)
Outros títulos: The Early Life Experiences Scale (ELES). Gilbert, P., Cheung, M. S. P., Granfield, T., Campey, F. & Irons, C., 2003
Autores: Pinto-Gouveia, José
Xavier, Ana
Cunha, Marina
Palavras-chave: Emotional memories
Assessment
Data: 2012
Citação: Pinto-Gouveia, J., Xavier, A., & Cunha, M. (2016). Assessing early memories of threat and subordination: Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Early Life Experiences Scale for Adolescents. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25, 54-64. doi: 10.1007/s10826-015-0202-y
Resumo: The ELES is a self-report instrument to measure emotional memories in one's family, linked to recall of feeling devalued, frightened and having to behave in a subordinate way. Whereas many recall of early life ask about recalling specific experiences or how one parent acted towards one, this scale asks about memories of personal feelings. This scale consists of 15 items and three subscales: (1) Threat (six items; e.g. ''I experienced my parents as powerful and overwhelming''); (2) Submissiveness (six items; e.g. ''I often had to give in to others at home''); and (3) Unvalued (three reversed items; e.g. ''I felt very comfortable and relaxed around my parents''). Participants were asked how frequently each statement was true for them and rated each item on a five-point measure (ranging from 1 = ''Completely untrue'', to 5 = ''Very true''). The scale can be used as a single construct or as three separate subscales.
Descrição: Contact (to access the instrument): jpgouveia@fpce.uc.pt ana.mj.xavier@gmail.com marina_cunha@ismt.pt
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/46883
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