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|Title:||Validation of the Spanish-language Cardiff Anomalous Perception Scale.|
|Author:||Tamayo Agudelo, William Fernando|
Jaén-Moreno, María J
León-Campos, María O
principal component analysis
80 and over
Principal Component Analysis
|Abstract:||The Cardiff Anomalous Perceptions Scale (CAPS) is a psychometric measure of hallucinatory experience. It has been widely used in English and used in initial studies in Spanish but a full validation study has not yet been published. We report a validation study of the Spanish-language CAPS, conducted in both Spain and Colombia to cover both European and Latin American Spanish. The Spanish-language version of the CAPS was produced through back translation with slight modifications made for local dialects. In Spain, 329 non-clinical participants completed the CAPS along with 40 patients with psychosis. In Colombia, 190 non-clinical participants completed the CAPS along with 21 patients with psychosis. Participants completed other psychometric scales measuring psychosis-like experience to additionally test convergent and divergent validity. The Spanish-language CAPS was found to have good internal reliability. Test-retest reliability was slightly below the cut-off, although could only be tested in the Spanish non-clinical sample. The scale showed solid construct validity and a principal components analysis broadly replicated previously reported three component factor structures for the CAPS.|
|Publisher:||Public Library of Science|
|Citation:||Tamayo W,Jaén MJ,León MO,Holguín J,Luque R,Bell V. Validation of the Spanish-language Cardiff Anomalous Perception Scale. PLoS One. 2019. 14. (3):e0213425. .|
|Appears in Collections:||Artículos Científicos|
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