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Developing and Validating an Experience Sampling Measure of Aggression: The Aggression-ES Scale

Abstract : Experience sampling methodologies are likely to play an important role in advancing our understanding of momentary influences on aggression, including short-term antecedent psychological states and situations. In this study, we evaluate whether a newly developed experiencing sampling measure of aggression, the Aggression Experience Sampler ( Aggression-ES), provides a valid and reliable measure of aggression in experience sampling contexts. Participants were a convenience sample of 23 young adults recruited from the local University community. Data were collected using an experience sampling smartphone application over 8 days. They were analyzed using multilevel structural equation modeling. Our results support the within- and between-person reliability and the criterion validity of the Aggression-ES. The Aggression-ES represents a good choice of measure for use in experience sampling studies of aggression. Further work in other samples will help to provide further validity evidence for the measure.
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Tridip Jyoti Borah, Aja Louise Murray, Manuel Eisner, Irina Jugl. Developing and Validating an Experience Sampling Measure of Aggression: The Aggression-ES Scale. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, SAGE Publications, 2021, 36 (11-12), pp.NP6166-NP6182. ⟨10.1177/0886260518812068⟩. ⟨hal-03701752⟩

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