Martin MM, Anderson CM (1998). Pressing the buy now button more than once may result in multiple purchases, Source: Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal, Volume 37, Number 3, 2009, pp. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFS): The Cognitive Flexibility Scale is developed by Bilgin (2009a). For webmasters. Martin MM, Anderson CM (1998). Item-total correlations of the items were between .49 and .63. The reported studies examined the processes related to cognitive control and flexibility, emotional regulation and depressive symptoms, within the context of stressful experiences. Developing a cognitive flexibility scale: Validity and reliability studies This research was aimed at developing a scale for measuring the cognitive flexibility of adolescents. This … The Cognitive Flexibility Scale: Three validity studies. 3. This study presents a new computerized measure of cognitive flexibility, and then provides evidence for convergent validity. Reliability and validity were tested using a sample of 637 adolescents. No difference was determined between the levels of cognitive flexibility in male aand female athletes. Privacy policy | Cognitively flexible individuals exhibit higher level of creativity Chen et al., 2014) and higher resilience to stress or negative events (Genet and Siemer, 2011). Caregivers' decisions on placement of family members in long-term care facilities in Japan: analysis of caregiver interviews. Download Full PDF Package. COGNITIVE FLEXIBILITY; The cognitive flexibility inventory (CFI) was developed to be a brief self-report measure of the type of cognitive flexibility necessary for individuals to successfully challenge and replace maladaptive thoughts with more balanced and adaptive thinking. Turkish validity and reliability studies were conducted by Çelikkaleli on high school students (Çelikkaleli, 2014). The 3 dimensions in the CFS explain 51.33% of total variance of the scale. Free PDF. Trabzon University, Turkey . A new measure of cognitive flexibility. Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | No Citation information available - sign in for access. Reliability and validity were tested using a sample of 637 adolescents. Development and validation of the Japanese version of cognitive flexibility scale. The cognitive flexibility scale: Three validity studies. ... the improvements in this study, appearing in all three training groups, are more likely to have been caused by retest effects. RELIABILITY; 1, pp. Flexibility is a key component of executive function, and is related to everyday functioning and adult outcomes. 11, no. The purpose of this study was to establish further validity for the Cognitive Flexibility Scale (Martin & Rubin, 1995) and the Communication Flexibility Scale (Martin & Rubin, 1994) by considering their relationships with argumentativeness, 9 Pages. “The Cognitive Flexibility Scale: Three Validity Studies.” Communication Reports, vol. Cognitive flexibility affects one’s behavior and communication styles. The revision revealed that Martin and Anderson's (1998) is the only such scale. ADOLESCENTS; 2.2.3. The increase of the points in the scale means that the individual comes closer to the individual’s cognitive flexibility. 11, No. Copyright 2009 Gale, Cengage Learning. Download with Google Download with Facebook. PDF. The related literature on scales measuring cognitive flexibility was reviewed before the present author attempted to develop a cognitive flexibility scale. These were removed and a nine-item cognitive flexibility scale was created for hypotheses testing. [Google Scholar] 17. The 3 dimensions in the CFS explain 51.33% of total variance of the scale. However, existing informant reports do not densely sample cognitive aspects of flexibility; the Flexibility Scale (FS) was developed to address this gap. The scale has 12 items measured on a 6-point Likert scale. Results: The results showed that hopelessness is negatively correlated with cognitive flexibility and positively correlated with intolerance of uncertainty and perceived stress. The The cognitive flexibility inventory (CFI) was developed to be a brief self-report measure of the type of cognitive flexibility necessary for individuals to successfully challenge and replace maladaptive thoughts with more balanced and adaptive thinking. Reliability and validity were tested using a sample of 637 adolescents. In this study, cognitive flexibility is defined as the scores that are obtained from Cognitive Flexibility Scale. Reliability and validity were tested using a sample of 637 adolescents. Received in revised form 07.04.2020 Accepted 22.04.2020 Available online 04.05.2020 The purpose of this study was to … 2009, 37(3), 343-354. Communication Reports, 1998. The increase of the scores means that the individuals have more cognitive flexibility levels. First, cognitive flexibility enables individuals to respond to a stimulus with accuracy and efficiency, and exhibit behaviors such as multitasking, novelty … No Reference information available - sign in for access. 1-9. validity was tested by means of the Dysfunctional Attitude Scale (Weissman & Beck, 1978). The cognitive flexibility scale: Three validity studies. Psychological Reports 76:623-626. Three studies were conducted to establish further the validity of the Cognitive Flexibility Scale (Martin & Rubin, 1995). Second, this study contributed to cognitive flexibility literature by examining a novel consequential variable – an individual’s position in workplace advice network. Download Free PDF. Various instruments have been developed to assess cognitive flexibility, which is an important construct in psychology. The cognitive flexibility scale: Three validity studies. The 3 dimensions in the CFS explain 51.33% of total variance of the scale. The validity of the scale was examined by criterion related validity, exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis methods. CFS which consists of 19 items is composed of adjective pairs. … The Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFS) was prepared so it was parallel to the structure of the 3 dimensions of semantic differential scales. The points gained from the scale change between 19 and 95. Crossref : Martin MM, Anderson CM, Thweatt KS (1998). Convergent validity was confirmed by the findings of a positive correlation between the PFQ and three … Cognitive flexibility refers to a person's awareness of communication alternatives, willingness to adapt to the situation, and self-efficacy in being flexible. To this end, a brief (18-item) self-report measure - the Cognitive Control and Flexibility Questionnaire (CCFQ) - was developed. In Study One, cognitive flexibility was positively related to two other identified constructs of communication competence, assertiveness and responsiveness. Matthew Martin. Social Behavior and Personality. Download PDF Package. 11, No. 1-9. Cognitively flexible people can choose appropriate behavior or verbal response from available options, depending on the situation. To collect data, Beck Hopelessness Scale, Cognitive Flexibility Inventory, Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale, and Perceived Stress Scale were applied. Cognitive Flexibility Training: A Large-Scale Multimodal Adaptive Active-Control Intervention Study in Healthy Older Adults. Furthermore, one study in skin picking disorder (a disorder with shared pathophysiology with trichotillomania) found that impaired cognitive flexibility was a potential marker of response to treatment with a glutamate modulating agent . The Cognitive Flexibility Inventory (CFI; Dennis and Vander Wal, 2010) is a 20-item measure that assesses two aspects of cognitive flexibility: (1) the ability to perceive multiple alternative explanations for life occurrences and to generate multiple alternative solutions to difficult situations (alternatives), (2) and the tendency to perceive difficult situations as controllable (control). 1, 2. The 3 dimensions in the CFS explain 51.33% of total variance of the scale. 1, pp. Also in the study, cognitive flexibility and Person-Organization Fit did not differ according to the descriptive characteristics of the athletes, and the result was that the athletes were at similar level. ARTICLE INFO . Communication Reports: Vol. Communication Reports11:1-9. or. We used a revised version of the original scale proposed by Qi, Zhao, Wang, and Liu (2013) for China that consisted of 13 items. Itemtotal correlations of the items were between .49 and .63. HIV/AIDS-related sexual risk behaviors in male rural-to-urban migrants in China. The internal consistency for the scale was found to be .92. The cognitive flexibility inventory (CFI) was developed to be a brief self-report measure of the type of cognitive flexibility necessary for individuals to successfully challenge and replace maladaptive thoughts with more balanced and adaptive thinking. The cognitive flexibility inventory (CFI) was developed to be a brief self-report measure of the type of cognitive flexibility necessary for individuals to successfully challenge and replace maladaptive thoughts with more balanced and adaptive thinking. A new measure of cognitive flexibility. Terms of use | (1998). The internal consistency for the scale was found to be.92. It consists of 19 items and is in the form of semantic differentials. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale: Three validity studies. y: Received 07.03.2020. CFS; In a factor analysis to test the validity of the scale, the scale’s three factors explained 56.7% of the total variance (Muris, 2001). The Scale is composed of 27 items, and it consists of three factors. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFS) was prepared so it was parallel to the structure of the 3 dimensions of semantic differential scales. 1, 1998, pp. Çelikkaleli Ö. The article presents the development of the Psychological Flexibility Questionnaire (PFQ) on the basis of two studies. It provides information about the individual's cognitive flexibility towards interpersonal communication. Significant relationships with self-reported prior school difficulties and current health status, employment, and presence of a disability provided evidence of external validity. Crossref : Martin MM, Anderson CM, Thweatt KS (1998). The cognitive flexibility scale was initially developed by Martin and Rubin (1995). Among these, the self-report cognitive flexibility scale (CFS) is particularly popular for use with English speakers; however, there is not yet a Japanese version of this scale. The correlation between the two scales was found to be -.44. Commun Rep. 1998; 11:1–9. This scale will help us to understand how flexible individuals are in regard to themselves, others, and the environment. This scale will help us to understand how flexible individuals are in regard to themselves, others, and the environment. It consists of 19 items and is in the form of semantic differentials. Investigation of the Relationship between Cognitive Flexibility Levels and Personal Features of University Students . COPYRIGHT 2009 Scientific Journal Publishers, Ltd. [Google Scholar] … Cash, T.F. Coronavirus: ... Martin M, Anderson C. The cognitive flexibility scale: three validity studies. It consists of 19 items and is in the form of semantic differentials. Test-retest correlation coefficiency within an eight-week interval was .77, and the split-half coefficiency was .87. Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFI), Optimism Scale (OS) and Boratav Depression Scanning Scale (BORDEPSS) were used as data collecting method in the research. (1984) The Irrational Beliefs Test: Its Relationship with Cognitive-Behavioral Traits and Depression. Introduction. Psychological flexibility refers to the ability to be open, present-focused, and to change or persist in behavior according to changing internal and external circumstances. Crossref : Martin MM, Rubin RB (1995). Create a free account to download. Individual differences in cognitive flexibility may underlie a variety of different user behaviors, but a lack of effective measurement tools has limited the predictive and descriptive potential of cognitive flexibility in human-computer interaction applications. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale used to collect data for this study has been designed by Bilgin (2009). Reliability was demonstrated by a Cronbach alpha coefficient of 0.918. Three studies were conducted to establish further the validity of the Cognitive Flexibility Scale (Martin & Rubin, 1995). The validity and reliability of the cognitive flexibility scale. The scores of the Cognitive Flexibility Scale were found to be higher in the team sports athletes compared with the individual sports athletes (p<0.05). Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Developing+a+cognitive+flexibility+scale%3a+validity+and+reliability...-a0208133803. 2009, 37(3), 343-354. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFS) was prepared so it was parallel to the structure of the 3 dimensions of semantic differential scales. This research was aimed at developing a scale for measuring the cognitive flexibility of adolescents. 2. validity was confirmed by the findings of a positive correlation between the PFQ and three other related questionnaires. Edu Sci. Social Behavior and Personality. The aim of this study is to study the validity and reliability of the cognitive flexibility scale (CFS) for a Turkish adaptation. All rights reserved. ABSTRACT . The NIH Toolbox Cognition Battery Composite Scores have excellent reliability and validity, suggesting they can be used effectively in epidemiologic and clinical studies. Flexibility is a key component of executive function, and is related to everyday functioning and adult outcomes. 2014; 39 (176):339–346. The coefficient α for this scale was 0.91 in the present study. This scale will help us to understand how flexible individuals are in regard to themselves, others, and the environment. Communication Reports: Vol. Table 1: Adjective Pairs of the Cognitive Flexibility Scale (Bilgin, 2009) The adjective pairs in the CFS are divided into three dimensions – the evaluation indicator (pairs 1-8), the power indicator (pairs 9-14) and the activity indicator (pairs 15-19). Article Histor. The internal consistency for the scale was found to be .92. PDF. internal consistency for the scale was found to be .92. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFS) was prepared so it was parallel to the structure of the 3 dimensions of semantic differential scales. The role of CF in influencing behaviour has been established for centuries among psychologists. This research paper discusses the validation process of the cognitive flexibility scale (CFS) as a measurement instrument for farmers’ cognitive flexibility (CF). Communication Reports11:1-9. 1 & Mustafa Ş. ahin. amateur football players, cognitive flexibility, person-organization fit, athlete. Cognitively flexible individuals exhibit higher level of creativity Chen et al., 2014) and higher resilience to stress or negative events (Genet and Siemer, 2011). This study investigates the valid … In the criterion validity tests of the scale, the divergent Reliability and validity were tested using a sample of 637 adolescents. Developing a cognitive flexibility scale: Validity and reliability studies. Seda T. üfekçibaşi. Cognitive flexibility increases one’s likelihood to become advice sources and advice network centrality in two ways. PDF. The cognitive flexibility scale: Three validity studies. However, existing informant reports do not densely sample cognitive aspects of flexibility; the Flexibility Scale (FS) was developed to address this gap. The Cronbach Alpha reliability of the scale is.92. Findings The scores obtained from Cognitive Flexibility Scale used in the study ranges between from 21 to 105. 343-353(11), DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2009.37.3.343, Keywords: Cognitive flexibility scale. Crossref : Martin MM, Rubin RB (1995). Thus, individual differences might be among the correlates of adoption of cassava processing technology among farmers. They also have a high level of self-efficacy in communication skills. (1998). 1–9. Article visualizations: Keywords. Second, this study contributed to cognitive flexibility literature by examining a novel consequential variable – an individual’s position in workplace advice network. The Cognitive Flexibility Scale (CFS) was prepared so it was parallel to the structure of the 3 dimensions of semantic differential scales. Full Text: PDF Academia.edu Read the full article on Calameo. For the factor analysis and reliability studies, data was collected from 370 high school students (160 female, 210 male, Xage=16.15, ss=1.33). 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