Title

The Holyoake codependency index: Further evidence of factorial validity

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

Taylor & Francis Ltd

Faculty

Computing, Health and Science

School

Psychology

RAS ID

4161

Comments

Originally published as: Dear, G. E. (2002). The Holyoake Codependency Index: further evidence of factorial validity. Drug and alcohol review, 21(1), 47-52. Original article available here

Abstract

The Holyoake Codependency Index (HCI) is a 13-item self-report scale that measures codependent traits. The HCI contains three subscales that correspond to key themes within the codependency literature and that were derived from factor analysis using a clinical sample of mainly females. The factor structure was subsequently replicated with an all-female general community sample. In this study the factor structure was replicated using a mixed-sex sample of 107 undergraduate university students and 378 other people who were snowball sampled from the student sample, and was found to hold for both male and female participants.

DOI

10.1080/09595230220119354

 
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Link to publisher version (DOI)

10.1080/09595230220119354