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The Validity, Reliability and Factorial Structure of the Turkish Version of the Tromso Social Intelligence Scale

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   The Validity, Reliability and Factorial
  Structure of the Turkish Version of the
     Tromso Social Intelligence Scale

                            Tayfun DOĞAN*, Bayram ÇETİN**




                                           Abstract
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the reliability and validity of the
Turkish version of the Tromso Social Intelligence Scale (TSIS) developed by Silvera,
Martinussen, and Dahl (2001). 719 students from Sakarya University participated in the
study. Construct validity and criterion related validity and reliability were assessed. Factor
analysis for Turkish university students yielded three factor solutions as the original TSIS.
Correlation coefficient of the Social Skills Inventory with the TSIS was .51. Cronbach
alpha, test-retest and split half reliability coefficients were .83, .80, and .75 respectively.
Overall results of this study showed that this scale is capable enough to measure social
intelligence among university students in a valid and reliable way.

                                           Key Words
               Social Intelligence, Social Intelligence Scale, Reliability, Validity.



      * Tayfun DOĞAN, MA., Sakarya University, Education Faculty, 54300, Hendek, Sakarya/Turkey

 ** Correspondence: Bayram ÇETİN, PhD., Sakarya University, Education Faculty, 54300, Hendek, Sakarya/
                                Turkey. E-mail: bcetin@sakarya.edu.tr



                 Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri / Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice
                                       9 (2) • Spring 2009 • 709-720


© 2009 Eğitim Danışmanlığı ve Araştırmaları İletişim Hizmetleri Tic. Ltd. Şti.
               710 • EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES: THEORY & PRACTICE



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