Yıl: 2016 Cilt: 26 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 294 - 302 Metin Dili: İngilizce İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students

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Objective: The National Stressful Events Survey for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)-Short Scale (NSESSS-PTSD) allows dimensional self-rating assessment of PTSD according to the DSM-5. The aim of the present study was to evaluate psychometric properties of this scale as Turkish PTSD-Short Scale (PTSD-SS) in a sample of undergraduate students in Turkey. Method: Participants included 415 university students, among which 351 (84.8%) reported trauma and thus were included in the analysis. Participants were evaluated with the PTSD-SS and the PTSD Checklist Civilian (PCL-C) version. Results: Turkish version of the PTSD-SS was found to be psychometrically sound PTSD screening measure with high convergent validity when compared with PCL-C (r=0.79) and having a Cronbach's ? of 0.87. In addition, a single component accounted for 49.94% of total variance for PTSD-SS. The PTSD-SS had sensitivity and specificity scores of 0.91 and 0.77, respectively, when using the optimal cut-off score of 24. Additionally, the PTSD-SS showed good discriminant validity as it significantly differentiated students with high risk of PTSD from those with low risk of PTSD.Conclusion: These findings supported the Turkish PTSD-SS as reliable and valid PTSD screening instrument with a unidimensional scale construct.
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APA Evren C, Dalbudak E, AYDEMİR Ö, KÖROĞLU E, Evren B, OZEN S, COSKUN K (2016). Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. , 294 - 302.
Chicago Evren Cuneyt,Dalbudak Ercan,AYDEMİR Ömer,KÖROĞLU Ertuğrul,Evren Bilge,OZEN Secil,COSKUN Kerem Senol Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. (2016): 294 - 302.
MLA Evren Cuneyt,Dalbudak Ercan,AYDEMİR Ömer,KÖROĞLU Ertuğrul,Evren Bilge,OZEN Secil,COSKUN Kerem Senol Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. , 2016, ss.294 - 302.
AMA Evren C,Dalbudak E,AYDEMİR Ö,KÖROĞLU E,Evren B,OZEN S,COSKUN K Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. . 2016; 294 - 302.
Vancouver Evren C,Dalbudak E,AYDEMİR Ö,KÖROĞLU E,Evren B,OZEN S,COSKUN K Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. . 2016; 294 - 302.
IEEE Evren C,Dalbudak E,AYDEMİR Ö,KÖROĞLU E,Evren B,OZEN S,COSKUN K "Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students." , ss.294 - 302, 2016.
ISNAD Evren, Cuneyt vd. "Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students". (2016), 294-302.
APA Evren C, Dalbudak E, AYDEMİR Ö, KÖROĞLU E, Evren B, OZEN S, COSKUN K (2016). Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni, 26(3), 294 - 302.
Chicago Evren Cuneyt,Dalbudak Ercan,AYDEMİR Ömer,KÖROĞLU Ertuğrul,Evren Bilge,OZEN Secil,COSKUN Kerem Senol Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni 26, no.3 (2016): 294 - 302.
MLA Evren Cuneyt,Dalbudak Ercan,AYDEMİR Ömer,KÖROĞLU Ertuğrul,Evren Bilge,OZEN Secil,COSKUN Kerem Senol Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni, vol.26, no.3, 2016, ss.294 - 302.
AMA Evren C,Dalbudak E,AYDEMİR Ö,KÖROĞLU E,Evren B,OZEN S,COSKUN K Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni. 2016; 26(3): 294 - 302.
Vancouver Evren C,Dalbudak E,AYDEMİR Ö,KÖROĞLU E,Evren B,OZEN S,COSKUN K Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students. Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni. 2016; 26(3): 294 - 302.
IEEE Evren C,Dalbudak E,AYDEMİR Ö,KÖROĞLU E,Evren B,OZEN S,COSKUN K "Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students." Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni, 26, ss.294 - 302, 2016.
ISNAD Evren, Cuneyt vd. "Psychometric Properties of the Turkish PTSD-Short Scale in a Sample of Undergraduate Students". Klinik Psikofarmakoloji Bülteni 26/3 (2016), 294-302.