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JCBPR. 2020; 9(3): 196-201

Validity and Reliability Study of the Turkish Version of Anxious Thoughts Inventory

Ayşegül KART, Bengü YÜCENS, M. Hakan TÜRKÇAPAR.

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Anxious Thoughts Inventory (AnTI) was developed to measure both the content and process dimensions of worry. To analyse the validity and the reliability of the Turkish version of AnTI, 364 collage students were included to this study. Factor analysis revealed three factors and 50.84 % of the total variance was explained with these three factors. Internal consistency of the inventory was calculated 0.908 by Cronbach alpha. AnTI was readministered to 74 participants two weeks later. AnTI total score test-retest corelation value was calculated as Rho=0.785, p

Key words: Anxiety, validity, reliability

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