Inwentarz Stylów Tożsamości (ISI) Michaela D. Berzonsky’ego – dane psychometryczne polskiej adaptacji kwestionarusza

Alicja Senejko


Michael D. Berzonsky’s Identity Style Inventory (ISI) – data of statistical assessment of the ISI Polish adaptation

The article consists of data connected to statistical assessment of the Polish adaptations of Michael Berzonsky’s method for diagnosing styles of identity and commitment – the Identity Style Inventory (ISI). At present his method appears in two versions: ISI3 (A. Senejko’s Polish adaptation) and ISI4 (A. Senejko and E. Okręglicka-Forysiak’s Polish adaptation). The article discusses at the issue of different forms of statistical assessment of both versions of the ISI. The paper also includes a short analysis of the theoretical model, which was the basis for Identity Style Inventory.

Słowa kluczowe: styles of identity, Polish adaptation of the ISI, statistical assessment

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