Polska adaptacja Kwestionariusza Presence Igroup
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poczucie bycia obecnym
walidacja psychometryczna
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wirtualna rzeczywistość

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Strojny, P., Lipp, N., & Strojny, A. (2023). Polska adaptacja Kwestionariusza Presence Igroup. Homo Ludens, (1(15), 177–202. https://doi.org/10.14746/HL.2022.15.10


Poczucie bycia obecnym to kluczowy konstrukt w badaniach nad wirtualnymi środowiskami, a w szczególności nad wirtualną rzeczywistością – najpopularniejszym typem takich środowisk. Poczucie bycia obecnym ma wpływ na efektywność symulacji. W celu stworzenia polskiej wersji Kwestionariusza Presence Igroup (IPQ-PL) oryginalne narzędzie zostało przetłumaczone i użyte w badaniu ankietowym (n = 245) testującym strukturę i związki z innymi konstruktami. Wyniki wskazują, że IPQ-PL można uznać za trafne narzędzie do pomiaru poczucia bycia obecnym i wykorzystywać w badaniach na polskich próbach.

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This work was co-financed by the Polish National Centre for Research and Development under the grant “Widespread Disaster Simulator – research and preparation for implementation” (the Smart Growth Operational Programme, sub-measure 1.1.1. Industrial research and development work implemented by enterprises) received by Nano Games Sp. z o.o.


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