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The Lone Wolf Scale: A Validity and Reliability Study of the Measurement of Acting and Working Lone
In the twenty-first century, it is important for the individual to reduce the behaviors of acting alone and working alone in order to maintain a happy and successful career. The aim of this study is to examine the validity and reliability of the Lone Wolf Scale developed by Barr, Dixon, and Gassenheimer (2005), which reveals individuals to act and work lone for Turkish culture. This research was carried out with 360 university students (212 female, 148 male). In order to evaluate the validity of the scale, construct validity, item discrimination and concordance validity were examined. It was seen that the construct validity analysis confirmed the single-factor and seven-item structure of the scale. The item-total correlations calculated to examine item discrimination were found to be at an acceptable level. Within the scope of concordance validity, it was found that there were negative and significant relationships between the scale and the total and sub-dimensions of the Career Adaptability Scale-New Form. The Cronbach alpha coefficient calculated for reliability and the test-retest correlation value were found to be at acceptable levels. The measurement invariance of the scale on the male and female groups was examined and it was concluded that the single-factor structure was the same in both groups. The findings indicate that the Turkish version of the Lone Wolf Scale is a valid and reliable measurement tool.

Lone wolf, Working lone, Acting lone, Cooperation, Group process.

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