This study aimed to preparation of a Sudanese version Eysenck personality scale shortcut and then identify the psychometric properties in Sudan. The study was conducted on (1021) people, (410) male and (611) female, were applied on them the Sudanese version Eysenck personality scale shortcut, and the anxiety and depression clinical scale. Results of the study showed that the Sudanese version Eysenck personality scale shortcut, consisting of four basic factors that represents each of the personal dimensions of "neuroticism, extraversion, and psychoticism", In addition to lie scale, and it is characterized by a concurrent validity high and according to the anxiety and depression clinical scale, which have been associated anxiety degrees by neuroticism degrees and depression degrees by extraversion degrees, while not associated with psychoticism by anxiety and depression. The study resulted in the each items scale associated to the overall degree of the dimensions to which they belong, with regard to stability showed that analysis the stability of each the transactions dimension the unit of dimensions scale ranging between degrees of stability (0.83 -0.89). The study recommended using the scale in scientific studies and research, in addition to further studies around it by using a criterion-related validity with the private predictive validity.
Elshiakh, FadlAlmowla; Abdul-Aziz, Ayman; Ballal, Amal; and Alamin, Manal
"Psychometric Properties of A Sudanese Version of Eysenck Personality Scale – Shortcut,"
An-Najah University Journal for Research - B (Humanities): Vol. 32:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/anujr_b/vol32/iss2/1