Number 32 (2015)

Zawadzka, A., Duda, J., Rymkiewicz, R., Kondratowicz-Nowak, B. (2015). Seven-dimensional model of life aspirations by Kasser and Ryan: analysis of validity and reliability of the instrument

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Anna Maria Zawadzka
Joanna Duda
Rafał Rymkiewicz
Blanka Kondratowicz-Nowak

Uniwersytet Gdański, Instytut Psychologii

Abstract:
The article presents the Polish adaptation of the measure called Aspiration Index, designed by T. Kasser and R. Ryan. The tool is used to measure two types of aspirations – intrinsic (personal development, relationships with others, community feeling) and extrinsic (wealth, fame, image), as well as health aspirations. Results of three studies were presented. The first study demonstrated a good fit of the authors’ seven factors model and a satisfactory reliability of each aspiration. Results of the second study showed a positive relationship of intrinsic aspirations with positive feelings and subjective well-being. The third study demonstrated a positive relationship between extrinsic aspirations – wealth, popularity and image – and the materialistic orientation. The instrument has proved to be internally accurate, theoretically valid and reliable.
Keywords: index aspirations, subjective well-being, materialism, extrinsic & intrinsic aspirations

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Zawadzka, A., Duda, J., Rymkiewicz, R., Kondratowicz-Nowak, B. (2015). Seven-dimensional model of life aspirations by Kasser and Ryan: analysis of validity and reliability of the instrument.Psychologia Społeczna, 32, 100-111. doi: 10.7366/1896180020153207
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