The Resiliency and Attitudes Skills Profile: An Assessment of Factor Structure

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Takeyra Williams Eddie Hill Edwin Gomez Tammi Milliken Jennifer Goff Nicole Gregory


This study examines the Resiliency Attitudes and Skills Profile (RASP) in an afterschool recreation program with sixth grade students (N=137). The purpose of the study was to inspect the psychometric properties of the RASP and the internal consistency of the RASP global scale and subscales. This article expands on research reported on the RASP.  Findings suggest that the RASP measures aspects of resiliency along four factors/dimensions.  Suggestions for future research are provided. 

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Takeyra Williams, Old Dominion University

Human Movement SciencesFormer ODU Graduate Student

Eddie Hill, Old Dominion University

Human Movement SciencesAssistant Professor

Edwin Gomez, Old Dominion University

Human Movement SciencesAssociate Professor

Jennifer Goff, Old Dominion University

Human Movement SciencesAdjunct Professor

Nicole Gregory, Norfolk Public Schools

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