PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING FOR STUDENTS IN BOARDING SCHOOLS: A RASCH ANALYSIS
This study aimed to develop a psychological well-being scale for students using Rasch analysis. The research involved 789 eligible participants aged 13-17 from East Java. The study found that gender, culture, individual maturity development, and assistance provided significantly impact students' psychological well-being. The study concluded that these factors are critical to ensuring the effectiveness of any intervention. The use of Rasch analysis enabled the researchers to identify the essential psychometric properties of the scale, making it a reliable tool for assessing students' psychological well-being. Overall, the study provides valuable insights into the factors that affect students' psychological well-being and can help develop effective interventions. The findings of this study have significant implications for educators and mental health professionals who work with young people. By addressing the critical factors identified in this research, they can provide better support to students and help improve their psychological well-being.
Psychological Well Being, Student, Boarding School, Rasch.