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        1 - A Study of Psychometric Properties of Adolescent Self-Regulatory Inventory among Female Secondary Schools Students
        Masoud Kiani Elahe Hejazi Javad Ejei Masoud Gholamali Lavasani
        The present research aims at investigated psychometric properties of the Adolescent Self Regulatory Inventory (ASRI) among a sample of Iranian female students. The ASRI is a theoretically-based questionnaire that taps two temporal aspect of self-regulation (regulation i Full Text
        The present research aims at investigated psychometric properties of the Adolescent Self Regulatory Inventory (ASRI) among a sample of Iranian female students. The ASRI is a theoretically-based questionnaire that taps two temporal aspect of self-regulation (regulation in the short and long term). The subjects consisted of all female students of secondary school who studies in schools of Shahin-Shahr (city in Isfahan Province) during the school year 2014-2015. In this regard, 336 students of Shahin-Shahr secondary schools were selected using random cluster sampling method and were asked to completed self-report questionnaire focused on intentional self-regulation (Adolescent Self-Regulatory Inventory and Model of Selection, Optimization, and Compensation (SOC) ) and psychological adjustment (Adjustment Inventory for High School Students). Confirmatory factor analysis demonstrated that internal consistency of the long-term and short-term factors was satisfactory. Requirements for concurrent and construct validity were met. Cronbach's alpha coefficient for short-term and long-term self-regularly subscales were 0/81 (ST) and 0/80 (LT). Finally, the results suggested that ASRI was two-factor, reliable tool for assessing and evaluating dimensions of intentional self-regulation in adolescence. Manuscript Document