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Álvaro Sicilia

Valter Bracht

Vinicius Penha

Ueberson Ribero Almeida

Roberto Ferriz

Manuel Alcaraz-Ibáñez http://orcid.org/0000-0002-1297-9565

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Resumen

El objetivo de este estudio fue validar el Inventario de Adicción al Ejercicio (EAI) en el contexto brasileño. Participaron en el estudio 251 estudiantes universitarios (hombres= 132, mujeres= 119, Medad = 22.34, DT = 4.65). Los resultados mostraron un adecuado ajuste del modelo a los datos: χ2 (9, N = 251) = 17.45, p = .04; χ2/gl = 1.94; CFI = .96; IFI = .96; RMSEA = .061 (IC 90% = .01, .10); SRMR = .041. La estructura factorial se mostró invariante respecto al género. Se obtuvieron adecuados valores de consistencia interna (= .70) y estabilidad temporal (CCI= .80). Dieciséis (6.4%) participantes fueron clasificados en riesgo de adicción, 198 (78.9%) como sintomáticos y 37 (14.7%) como asintomáticos. Se obtuvieron evidencias que permiten sugerir la validez y la fiabilidad del EAI en el contexto brasileño. No obstante, investigaciones con poblaciones más diversas deberían determinar la aplicabilidad general del EAI.

Keywords

adicción, ejercicio físico, propiedades psicométricas, evidencias de validezaddiction, exercise, psychometrics, validity of test

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Versión Brasileña del Exercise Addiction Inventory (EAI)
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Sicilia, Álvaro, Bracht, V., Penha, V., Almeida, U. R., Ferriz, R., & Alcaraz-Ibáñez, M. (2017). Propiedades Psicométricas del Exercise Addiction Inventory (EAI) en una Muestra de Estudiantes Brasileños Universitarios. Universitas Psychologica, 16(2), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.upsy16-2.ppea
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