DSCBDeutscher Spitz Club of Belgium (German: German Spitz Club of Belgium; dog club)
DSCBDutch Swing College Band (Netherlands)
DSCBData Set Control Block
DSCBDepartment of State, Corporation Bureau (Pennsylvania)
DSCBDeutsche Steinzeug Cremer & Breuer AG (German tile company)
DSCBDiamond State Concert Band (Wilmington, DE)
DSCBDrug Synthesis and Chemistry Branch (US NIH)
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Faber and O'Guinn (1992) developed the DSCB using US consumers in order to identify specific behaviors, motivations, and feelings associated with compulsive buying behavior (see Table 3).
Subsequent researchers have used the DSCB in the USA and other countries, both as a diagnostic tool to distinguish compulsive buyers from normal consumers (Faber and Christenson 1996; Faber et al.
First, no study has approached the alpha of .95 reported in Faber and O'Guinn's (1992) original study in which DSCB was developed.
Compounding the problems identified above, the DSCB was developed in the USA, so it may not represent the same view of consumer behavior across countries, especialiy Eastern cultures.
Two empirical investigations were conducted to investigate the structure of the DSCB across the two cultures.
The DSCB (Faber and O'Guinn 1992) is administered using seven, 5-point, Likert-type, statements to measure consumers' compulsion to buy.
We used confirmatory factor analyses (CFA) to evaluate the structure of the DSCB in each country.
When testing the dimensionality of the DSCB, the single factor model fit the U.S.
Table 3 displays the loadings of each of the seven DSCB statements for the original USA sample as well as for the replication sample.
Table 3 shows that all of the remaining items have significant loadings and the reliability estimates for the six-item Korean DSCB, as measured by Cronbach's alpha, is .71 for the original sample arid .76 for the replication sample.