The current study examined the psychometric validity and gender invariance of the Academic Buoyancy Scale in the Philippines through a construct validation approach. In terms of within-network construct validity, our results demonstrated that the unidimensional model of academic buoyancy significantly fit the current sample and was invariant across gender. Male students scored significantly higher than female students on academic buoyancy. Regarding between-network construct validity, our results revealed that academic buoyancy was positively associated with behavioral and emotional engagement. Implications of the findings of the study are discussed. Copyright © 2016 The Author(s).
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CitationDatu, J. A. D., & Yang, W. (2018). Psychometric validity and gender invariance of the academic buoyancy scale in the Philippines: A construct validation approach. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 36(3), 278-283. doi: 10.1177/0734282916674423
- Academic buoyancy
- Academic engagement
- Filipino students