Resilience profiles across context: A latent profile analysis in a German, Greek, and Swiss sample of adolescents

Clarissa Janousch, Frederick Anyan, Wassilis Kassis, Roxanna Morote, Odin Hjemdal, Petra Sidler, Ulrike Graf, Christian Rietz, Raia Chouvati, Christos Govaris

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The present study investigated resilience profiles (based on levels of symptoms of anxiety and depression and five dimensions of protective factors) of 1,160 students from Germany (n = 346, 46.0% females, Mage = 12.77, SDage = 0.78), Greece (n = 439, 54.5% females, Mage = 12.68, SDage = 0.69), and Switzerland (n = 375, 44.5% females, Mage = 12.29, SDage = 0.88) using latent profile analyses. We also checked for measurement invariance and investigated the influence of gender and migration on class membership. A three-profilesolution was found for Switzerland (nonresilient 22.1%, moderately resilient 42.9%, untroubled 34.9%), and a four-profile-solution was the best fitting model for Germany (nonresilient 15.7%, moderately resilient 44.2%, untroubled 27.3%, resilient 12.7%) and Greece (nonresilient 21.0%, moderately resilient 30.8%, untroubled 24.9%, resilient 23.3%). Measurement invariance did not hold across the three countries. Profile differences regarding class membership predictions were detected for Germany and Greece, but none for Switzerland. Results implicate that resilience profiles are highly contextually sensitive, and resilience research findings should not be generalized considering the particularity of contexts, people, and outcomes.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículoe0263089
PublicaciónPLoS ONE
Volumen17
N.º1 January
DOI
EstadoPublicada - ene. 2022

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