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The Psychometric Properties of the French Version of the Personality Inventory for DSM-5.

Roskam I, Galdiolo S, Hansenne M, Massoudi K, Rossier J, Gicquel L, Rolland JP - PLoS ONE (2015)

Bottom Line: In view of this need, the main objective of the current study was to validate the French version of the PID-5 among French-speaking adults from a European community sample (N=2,532).The results support the assumption of unidimensionality of both the facets and the domains.Exploratory factor and hierarchical analyses replicated the five-factor structure as initially proposed in the PID-5.

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Affiliation: Psychological Sciences Research Institute, University of Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

ABSTRACT
In the context of the publication of DSM-5, the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 (PID-5) has been proposed as a new dimensional assessment tool for personality disorders. This instrument includes a pool of 220 items organized around 25 facets included in a five-factor second-order domain structure. The examination of the replicability of the trait structure across methods and populations is of primary importance. In view of this need, the main objective of the current study was to validate the French version of the PID-5 among French-speaking adults from a European community sample (N=2,532). In particular, the assumption of unidimensionality of the 25 facet and the five domain scales was tested, as well as the extent to which the five-factor structure of the PID-5 and the DSM-5 personality trait hierarchical structure are replicated in the current sample. The results support the assumption of unidimensionality of both the facets and the domains. Exploratory factor and hierarchical analyses replicated the five-factor structure as initially proposed in the PID-5.

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Correlations between the subordinate and superordinate factors.Fig 1. displays the hierarchical structure of the French version of the PID-5.
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pone.0133413.g001: Correlations between the subordinate and superordinate factors.Fig 1. displays the hierarchical structure of the French version of the PID-5.

Mentions: The hierarchical structure of the French version of the PID-5 is presented in Fig 1. Paths with values >.20 are reported. In the one-factor solution, each of the 25 facets loaded at >.40 except for Submissiveness (.35) and Risk taking (.20). As in a previous study [15, 16], these results suggest that the FUPC captures overall “personality pathology”. Two factors emerged from the FUPC.


The Psychometric Properties of the French Version of the Personality Inventory for DSM-5.

Roskam I, Galdiolo S, Hansenne M, Massoudi K, Rossier J, Gicquel L, Rolland JP - PLoS ONE (2015)

Correlations between the subordinate and superordinate factors.Fig 1. displays the hierarchical structure of the French version of the PID-5.
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pone.0133413.g001: Correlations between the subordinate and superordinate factors.Fig 1. displays the hierarchical structure of the French version of the PID-5.
Mentions: The hierarchical structure of the French version of the PID-5 is presented in Fig 1. Paths with values >.20 are reported. In the one-factor solution, each of the 25 facets loaded at >.40 except for Submissiveness (.35) and Risk taking (.20). As in a previous study [15, 16], these results suggest that the FUPC captures overall “personality pathology”. Two factors emerged from the FUPC.

Bottom Line: In view of this need, the main objective of the current study was to validate the French version of the PID-5 among French-speaking adults from a European community sample (N=2,532).The results support the assumption of unidimensionality of both the facets and the domains.Exploratory factor and hierarchical analyses replicated the five-factor structure as initially proposed in the PID-5.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Psychological Sciences Research Institute, University of Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.

ABSTRACT
In the context of the publication of DSM-5, the Personality Inventory for DSM-5 (PID-5) has been proposed as a new dimensional assessment tool for personality disorders. This instrument includes a pool of 220 items organized around 25 facets included in a five-factor second-order domain structure. The examination of the replicability of the trait structure across methods and populations is of primary importance. In view of this need, the main objective of the current study was to validate the French version of the PID-5 among French-speaking adults from a European community sample (N=2,532). In particular, the assumption of unidimensionality of the 25 facet and the five domain scales was tested, as well as the extent to which the five-factor structure of the PID-5 and the DSM-5 personality trait hierarchical structure are replicated in the current sample. The results support the assumption of unidimensionality of both the facets and the domains. Exploratory factor and hierarchical analyses replicated the five-factor structure as initially proposed in the PID-5.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus