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Panukat ng Pagkataong Pilipino

Læringsdesign tilrettelagt af Gruppe 10, 5. semester, Humanistisk Informatik 2014

Mary Grace Catalan

on 6 November 2014

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Transcript of Panukat ng Pagkataong Pilipino

The 200-item inventory which asessess nineteen (19) personality listed below
psychometric properties
It was initiated in 1978 and
was motivated by
several factors such as:
De Jesus, E. M. 1998. Handbook of Psychological Tests (Theories, Administratio, Scoring and Application. Rex Printing, Company, Inc. Quezon City, Philippines. pp. 117-118
Steps on the Development of PPP
16 dimensions were identified (top ranked was “Pagkaresponsable”[responsibility], 3other traits (“Pagkamalikhain” [creativity], “Pagkamasikap” [achievement orientation], and “Pagkamapagsapalaran” [risk taking]) were added because of the interest of the researchers.
Internal consistency reliability coefficients for the PPP range from .94 for Pagkamatalino (Intelligence) to .44 for Pagkamadaldal (Social Curiosity) with an average of 72. Standard error of measurement, on the other hand, range from 1.58 for Pagkamatalino (Intelligence) to 4.67 for Pagkamadaldal (Social Curiosity).

The construct validity of the PPP was determined by establishing subscale intercorrelations. Average intercorrelations for the different subscales range from .10 to .33.

In general, there were more positive than negative correlations values, thus, implying that the subscales measure a common factor, which is the construct of personality.
The norm of this inventory was obtained from a heterogeneous Metro Manila sample. The norm of the PPP is in the form of percentiles and normalized standardization scores with a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10.
Profile sheets on which standardized scores may be plotted are also available.

Lack of agreement among Filipino researchers about the most salient dimensions of Filipino personality
 Choice of traits were from foreign-made tests
 Scarcity of indigenous measures
The primary basis for trait identification and item development was an inductive and empirical approach whereas the final selection depended on the internal consistency of the items in each subscale.
1. Pagkamaalalahanin/Thoughtfulness
2. Pagkamaayos/Social Curiosity
3. Pagkamadaldal/Social Curiosity
4. Pagkamagalang/Respectfulness
5. Pagkamahinahon/Emotional Stability
6. Pagkamalikhain/Creativity
7. Pagkamapagkumbaba/Humility
8. Pagkamapagsapalaran/Risk-taking
9. Pagkamadamdamin/Sensitiveness
10. Pagkamasayahin/Cheerfulness
11. Pagkamasikap/Achievement Orientation
12. Pagkamasunurin/Obedience
13. Pagkamatalino/Intelligence
14. Pagkamatapat/Honesty
15. Pagkamatiyaga/Patience

16. Pagkamatulungin/Helpfulness
17. Pagkamaunawain/Capacity for Understanding
18. Pagkapalakaibigan/Sociability
19. Pagkaresponsable/Responsibility

indicate on a five-point scale his/her degree of agreement/disagreement with each of the items applicable to him/her

45 minutes to 1 hour to complete, but there is no time limit for the administration of the test
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