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Nottingham Trent University

EducationNottingham, United Kingdom
About: Nottingham Trent University is a education organization based out in Nottingham, United Kingdom. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Population & Addiction. The organization has 4702 authors who have published 12862 publications receiving 307430 citations. The organization is also known as: NTU & Trent Polytechnic.


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TL;DR: The FCV-19S, a seven-item scale, has robust psychometric properties and is reliable and valid in assessing fear of COVID-19 among the general population and will also be useful in allaying CO VID-19 fears among individuals.
Abstract: Background: The emergence of the COVID-19 and its consequences has led to fears, worries, and anxiety among individuals worldwide. The present study developed the Fear of COVID-19 Scale (FCV-19S) t ...

2,546 citations

Book
01 Jan 1991
TL;DR: In Pursuit of the Postmodern Theories of Consumer Culture Towards a Sociology of Postmodern Culture Postmodernism, Cultural Change and Social Practice as discussed by the authors, postmodernism and the Aestheticization of Everyday Life Lifestyle and Consumer Culture City Cultures and Postmodern Lifestyles
Abstract: Preface In Pursuit of the Postmodern Theories of Consumer Culture Towards a Sociology of Postmodern Culture Postmodernism, Cultural Change and Social Practice Postmodernism and the Aestheticization of Everyday Life Lifestyle and Consumer Culture City Cultures and Postmodern Lifestyles Postmodernism, Consumer Culture and Global Disorder Common Culture or Uncommon Cultures?

2,215 citations

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TL;DR: A brief review of the psychometric literature on coefficient alpha is presented, followed by a practical alternative in the form of coefficient omega, to facilitate the shift from alpha to omega.
Abstract: Coefficient alpha is the most popular measure of reliability (and certainly of internal consistency reliability) reported in psychological research. This is noteworthy given the numerous deficiencies of coefficient alpha documented in the psychometric literature. This mismatch between theory and practice appears to arise partly because users of psychological scales are unfamiliar with the psychometric literature on coefficient alpha and partly because alternatives to alpha are not widely known. We present a brief review of the psychometric literature on coefficient alpha, followed by a practical alternative in the form of coefficient omega. To facilitate the shift from alpha to omega, we also present a brief guide to the calculation of point and interval estimates of omega using a free, open source software environment.

1,860 citations


Authors

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NameH-indexPapersCitations
David L. Kaplan1771944146082
Paul Mitchell146137895659
Matthew Nguyen131129184346
Ian O. Ellis126105175435
Mark D. Griffiths124123861335
Tao Zhang123277283866
Graham J. Hutchings9799544270
Andrzej Cichocki9795241471
Chris Ryan9597134388
Graham Pawelec8957227373
Christopher D. Buckley8844025664
Ester Cerin7827927086
Michael Hofreiter7827120628
Craig E. Banks7756927520
John R. Griffiths7635623179
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202346
2022144
20211,405
20201,278
2019973
2018825