Psychological Measurement - Measuring in Psychology are important to build strong instruments to evaluate Human Behaviors through different scopes of activity from the Psychological Sciences. However, in order to build a valid and realiable measure, there are several methods and procedures that demand theorical and empirical studies. Therefore, I intend to adquire the following technologies: (1) Structural Equation Modeling, Confirmatory Factorial Analysis and Multidimensional Regression; (2) Empirical Building of instruments through observation of Behaviors and Symptoms; (3) Classical Test Theory (CTT) analysis in different environments; (4) Unidimensional and Multidimensional Item Reponse Theory (IRT) Analysis and Modeling; & (5) Mathematical Modeling of Human Behaviors.
PANAS - Positive Affect and Negative Affect Scale
- new studies of Psychometric Properties based on Factor Analysis, Classical Test Theory and Rasch Measurement Model (IRT) in a Brazilian Internet based Sample.