1 Able to adapt to change
2 Can deal with whatever comes
3 Tries to see humorous side of problems
4 Coping with stress can strengthen me
5 Tend to bounce back after illness or hardship
6 Can achieve goals despite obstacles
7 Can stay focused under pressure
8 Not easily discouraged by failure
9 Thinks of self as strong person
10 Can handle unpleasant feelings
Each item is rated on a 5-point scale from 0 (‘not true at all’) to 4 (‘true nearly all the time’).
Results: The results of exploratory factor analysis indicated that a single-factor model consistent with the original design of the 10-item CD-RISC was support. The scale was also demonstrated to have good internal consistency (Cronbach’s alpha = 0.91) and test–retest reliability (r = 0.90 for a two-week interval). Scores on the scale could reflect different levels of resilience in populations that are thought to be differentiated (probable PTSD vs healthy controls, t(339) = -7.60, P < 0.01, Cohen’s d = 0.84). Moreover, the total resilience scores were significantly negatively correlated with scores on total PTSD scale and its three subscales for all participants.
The mean score was 24.83 (SD = 7.42, range: 3–40) for the total resilience scores.
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李玉丽, 谭莉明, 刘佳佳, et al. 大学生一般自我效能感在情绪创造力与心理弹性关系中的中介效应探讨%Probe into intermediary role of general self-efficacy of college students in relationship between emotional creativity and mental flexibility[J]. 护理研究, 027(32):3630-3632.