Ilköretim 1. ve 2. S?n?f Örencileri için Resimli Sosyometri Ölçei?nin Güvenirlik Geçerlik Çal?malar?


Author(s): Hülya GÜLAY

The aim of the present study was to do Picture Sociometric Scale’s relability and validity studies for first and second grades students in primary school. Picture Sociometric Scale is a peer report instrument which was developed by S. R. Asher, L. C. Singleton, B. R. Tinsley, S. Hymel in 1979 designed to evaluate children’s social status. Research working group consisted consisted of 176 first and second grades students who were attending primary schools in Denizli. Statistics of aritmetic average, standart deviation, internal consistency coefficients (Cronbach Alpha), item-total and item-remainder analysis, test-retest reliability were calculated for reliability of scale. For the validity of Picture Sociometry Scale, statistics of content validity, criterion-related validity, discriminative strength of scale were tested. These results indicated that Picture Sociometry Scale was accepted as reliable and valid for first and second grades students in primary school.


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