Development of a Psychological Game Questionnaire

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Iming Huang

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A research study is described, conducted in Taiwan with 615 subjects across different ages, educational levels and occupations, to develop a questionnaire that will measure three components of psychological games: hidden messages or ulterior transactions, role switches on the drama triangle, and repressed emotions. A literature review is included and the development of the questionnaire through a pre-test option with 226 subjects is described. The results of statistical analyses are described and the final questionnaire, in English and in Chinese, is included as appendices.

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Huang, I. (2021). Development of a Psychological Game Questionnaire. International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research & Practice, 12(2), 25-32. https://doi.org/10.29044/v12i2p25
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