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Adriana Satico Ferraz
Acácia Aparecida Angeli dos Santos
Ana Paula Porto Noronha
Leandro da Silva Almeida

Las atribuciones causales, los objetivos de logro y la autoeficacia constituyen la dimensión motivacional del aprendizaje autorregulado. Debido a la ausencia de escalas para evaluar las atribuciones causales de estudiantes brasileños de enseñanza fundamental, en este estudio investigamos las propiedades psicométricas de la Escala de Atribuciones Causales para la Comprensión Lectora. Este análisis involucró tres muestras: una de jueces expertos y dos formadas por estudiantes. Se encontró evidencia de validez de contenido a través de la representatividad teórica y práctica, y por medio de la inteligibilidad de los ítems de la escala. Los resultados de las asociaciones entre las causas atribucionales y las dimensiones psicológicas proporcionaron evidencia de validez basada en la estructura interna. Los efectos identificados en las comparaciones entre la escala y metas de logro, y la escala y autoeficacia, indicaron evidencia de validez basada en la relación con otras variables. Este instrumento puede ser recomendado para su uso por profesionales en psicología y educación. También se sugiere la realización de más estudios con la escala.

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