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The Pacific Identity and Wellbeing Scale - Revised: Comparisons across Pacific groups

We test the factorial equivalence of the Pacific Identity and Wellbeing Scale – Revised (PIWBS-R) across the four largest Pacific Nations groups in New Zealand (Samoa, Cook Islands, Tonga, Niue). Using Multigroup Confirmatory Factor Analysis (N = 684) we show that the PIWBS-R exhibits similar properties within each Pacific group. Results indicate that across the four groups, the PIWBS-R shows t...
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Christchurch New Zealand Psychological Society
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