With the motivation of investigating the replicability and Skills (FIS) performance task beyond Anglophone countries, a transferability of the findings employing the Facilitative Interpersonal set of Dutch FIS clips have been scripted and recorded. In this study the psychometric properties of the Dutch clips was tested. Furthermore, an additional set of FIS clips portraying a non-challenging client-therapist interaction was tested. 369 psychology students rated the interpersonal impact (IMI-C) and the affect (positive and negative affect schedule) displayed by the hypothetical client. Thirteen out of sixteen FIS clips were located in the same IMI-C quadrant as the US clips, indicating good content validity for all sets of FIS clips. Inter-rater reliability was reasonable for one set of Dutch language FIS clips (k=0.416). Visual inspection of quadrants showed the different character of the non-challenging set of FIS clips. The Dutch FIS clips are directly applicable for educational and research purposes.
|Journal||Research in Psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Process, and Outcome|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
- Interpersonal skills
- common factors
- performance-based assessment
- therapist effects