PTGIPost-Traumatic Growth Inventory (study)
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The PTGI is a frequently used self-report measure having satisfactory reliability, replicable factor structure support for concurrent validity.14 The validity and reliability of PTGI have been confirmed by many researchers conducted with diverse population across cultures and especially with those individuals who had undergone stressful events.
According to the score on the PTGI, 64.79% of the participants reflected moderate to very high growth at TO.
Sociodemographic and disease-related data and the scores of the PTGI were described using means and frequencies.
Furthermore, the PTGI asks participants to recall growth symptoms from previous trauma experiences, which means those who experienced trauma years ago might have thought back retrospectively in completing this assessment.
The purpose of this study was to describe the steps of the process of translation and cultural adaptation to Brazilian Portuguese of the three main scales used internationally to evaluate the PTG phenomenon: PTGI, CBI, and ERRI.
The Posttraumatic Growth Inventory (PTGI; Tedeschi & Calhoun, 1996) was used to measure VPTG in the current study.
The PTGI includes five domains: improved relationships, new possibilities for one's life, a greater appreciation for life, a greater sense of personal strength, and spiritual development.
Having regard to standards developed for The Posttraumatic Growth Inventory (PTGI), they may indicate that 37 rescue workers (46.2%) reveal a high, 27 (33.8%)--average and 16 (20%), low levels of post-traumatic growth.
The Posttraumatic Growth Inventory (PTGI) was developed to assess the dimensions of growth after facing any trauma like a debilitating illness/disease.