Centrality of Event Scale - Adolescents - Short Form (CES-A-S)
Escala de Centralidade do Evento – versão curtaOriginal Version
G. Gauer, J. A. Souza, A. M. Silveira, C. Y. N., Sediyama (2013)Portuguese Version
Vagos, P., Silva, D., Brazão, N., & Rijo, D. (2016)General Description
The CES-A-S uses nine items to evaluate the centrality that an experienced traumatic event holds for the way the respondent refers to new experiences and to his/her own life story and identity. Its Portuguese short version for adolescents was validated using a community and forensic adolescent samples aged 12 to 21 years old.
Gauer, G., Souza, J.A., Silveira, A. M., Sediyama, C. Y. N. (2013). Stressful events in autobiographical memory processing: Brazilian version of the Centrality of Event Scale. Psicologia, Reflexão e Critica, 26, 98-105.
Vagos, P., Silva, D., Brazão, N., & Rijo, D. (2016). The Centrality of Events Scale in Portuguese adolescents: Validity evidence based on internal structure and on relations to other variables. Assessment. doi:10.1177/1073191116651137 http://hdl.handle.net/10316/46652
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