THE VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY STUDY OF TURKISH VERSION OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENTS MINDFULNESS MEASURE (CAMM)

Özkan ÇIKRIKÇI

Abstract


The current paper investigated the psychometric properties of the Turkish version of Child and Adolescents Mindfulness Measure (CAMM) designed to assess mindfulness among children and adolescents over the age of 9 years. Participants were 660 children and adolescents aged between 10 and 17 years. Results from CFA confirmed the single factor model with excellent fit indices. The internal consistency coefficient provided evidence for good internal reliability. Overall, psychometric properties have shown that the Turkish version of CAMM has been a valid tool for measuring mindfulness among children and adolescents.

 


Keywords


Mindfulness; reliability; validity; factor structure

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