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El estrés ha demostrado ser un tema de investigación importante en las últimas décadas, dada su influencia en
la salud física y mental. Como forma de evaluar este constructo, la Escala de Estrés Percibido de 10 Ítems (PSS-10)
ha sido la medida más utilizada. El presente estudio se realizó considerando las preguntas que aún están presentes sobre la estructura factorial del instrumento y la escasez de estudios enfocados en el análisis de ítems con la
población brasileña. Con base en los resultados de 4.970 brasileños, de ambos sexos, con una edad promedio de
31.3 años (DE = 11. 89), de las cinco regiones de Brasil, el análisis factorial confirmatorio indicó un buen ajuste del
modelo unidimensional. Posteriormente, la teoría de respuesta al ítem indicó residuos adecuados (infit y outfit)
para todos los ítems y valores satisfactorios de correlación ítem-theta. La precisión de la escala fue α =.89. Cuatro
ítems mostraron funcionamiento diferencial para la variable género, tres a favor de los hombres. El análisis permitió identificar los pensamientos y sentimientos que más diferencian a los individuos con un alto nivel de estrés
percibido, agregando evidencia de validez al instrumento para su uso en la población brasileña.

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