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Psychometrics and validity of the Dutch experiences in close relationships-revised (ECR-r) in an outpatient mental health sample

Author(s): Kooiman CG, Klaassens ER, van Heloma Lugt JQ, Kamperman AM

Abstract

The Experiences in Close Relationships–Revised (ECR–r) is a self-report instrument to assess adult attachment style that seems to have appropriate psychometric qualities. The ECR–r has been most widely studied in student and community samples. In this study we report factor structure, reliability, and construct validity of the Dutch translation of the ECR–r in an outpatient mental health sample (N = 262). The original factor structure could satisfactorily be replicated, the reliability of the ECR–r was also stable over time, and there was good evidence for its construct validity.

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