Analysis of the Rasch model on the development of quarter life crisis measurements

Elisa, Widya Purwita (2022) Analysis of the Rasch model on the development of quarter life crisis measurements. Psychology Research on Education and Social Sciences (PRESS). ISSN 2717-7602

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A quarter life crisis is a condition in which individuals experience an identity crisis due to their inability to face the transition from adolescence to adulthood. The quarter life crisis phase causes negative feelings in the form of anxiety, failure, helplessness, fear, and even depression. Quarter-life crises in individuals can be identified through psychological measurements. However, the currently available quarter life crisis measurement toolcannot provide maximum results. This is because most of the psychological measuring tools were developed with classical test theory. The Rasch model is here to overcome the shortcomings of classical theory tests. The main objective of this research is to develop a quarter life crisis measurement tool using the Rasch model. The sampling technique used in this research is accidental sampling. In this study, the subjects involved were early adults aged 18-25 years, totaling 507 participants. Data analysis in this study used the Rasch model with the Winsteps program. Based on the results of the analysis, 29 items fit the model of 35 items. The resulting Cronbach alpha is 0.89 with an item reliability coefficient of 0.99 and a person coefficient of 0.87. Overall, it can be concluded that the measuring instrument for the quarter life crisis is valid and has good psychometric properties so that it can be used to measure the quarter life crisis in individuals.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Psikologi Agama
Divisions: Fakultas Ushuluddin > Psikologi Agama
Date Deposited: 26 Jan 2023 04:14
Last Modified: 26 Jan 2023 04:14

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