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Pilatti , A., Godoy , J. C., & Brussino , S. A. (2012). Análisis factorial confirmatorio del cuestionario de expectativas hacia el alcohol para adolescentes (CEA-A). Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 15(2), 11-20. Recuperado a partir de https://actacolombianapsicologia.ucatolica.edu.co/article/view/262

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Para complementar el proceso de validación del Cuestionario de Expectativas hacia el Alcohol para Adolescentes (CEA-A) iniciado en una etapa previa, se llevó adelante un análisis factorial confirmatorio (AFC). En el estudio participaron 343 adolescentes con edades entre 13 y 18 años, asistentes a escuelas de nivel medio del sector público. Se empleó el Cuestionario de Expectativas hacia el Alcohol para Adolescentes (CEA-A) para la medición de los efectos que los adolescentes anticipan del consumo de alcohol. Se evaluó el ajuste de los datos al modelo que propone a las expectativas divididas en tres escalas correspondientes a los efectos positivos y otras tres referidas a los efectos negativos del alcohol mediante los siguientes índices de ajuste: CIMIN/df, GFI, CFI, RMSEA. Los resultados permitieron confirmar la estructura previamente hallada, dando cuenta que el CEA-A es un instrumento válido y fiable para la medición de las expectativas hacia el alcohol en adolescentes argentinos.

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