Reyna, C., Belaus, A., Mola, D., Ortiz, M. V., & Acosta, C.
Social Values Orientation Slider Measure: Evidences of validity and reliability among Argentine undergraduate students
In this research we investigate the psychometric properties of the Social Value Orientation Slider Measure (SVO-SM; Murphy, Ackermann, & Handgraaf, 2011) in samples of university students from Córdoba, Argentina. In Study 1 we evaluated reliability (test-retest), convergent (Triple Dominance Orientation Measure), and predictive validity evidence (experimental games), using a paper-pencil-version. In Study 2 we evaluated predictive validity evidence using incentivized computer games. In Study 3 we evaluated predictive validity evidence in relation to the decisions in experimental games implemented through an online platform. The results showed evidence of adequate properties of temporal stability and convergent validity for the SVO-SM. Although the predictive validity evidence in relation to decisions in experimental games proved to be partially consistent, there were variations depending on the game and the form of application. We discussed the results in light of previous research.
Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 2018, Vol. 25, pp. 395-408 , DOI: 10.4473/TPM25.3.5