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Pratiques psychologiques
Volume 13, n° 3
pages 353-364 (septembre 2007)
Doi : 10.1016/j.prps.2007.06.001
Received : 1 April 2007 ;  accepted : 1 June 2007
L'évaluation du burnout de Pines: adaptation et validation en version française de l'instrument Burnout Measure Short version (BMS-10)
The burnout assessment of Pines: a french adaptation and validation of the “Burnout Measure Short version” (BMS-10)
 

M. Lourel a, , N. Gueguen b, F. Mouda a
a Laboratoire de psychologie des régulations individuelles et sociales: clinique et société (Pris), université Rouen, rue Lavoisier, 76821 Mont-saint Aignan, France 
b Laboratoire GESTIC, université de Bretagne-Sud, IUT de Vannes-département, TC 8, rue Montaigne, 56017 Vannes, France 

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Notre objectif est d'éprouver la validité de structure, la validité de construit ainsi que la stabilité temporelle d'un instrument de mesure du burnout . Il s'agit du Burnout Measure Short version (BMS) de Malach-Pines (2005) (N1=111; N2=31 en test-retest). Le construit isolé qui est nommé «degré d'épuisement» est corrélé avec d'autres outils de mesure (satisfaction professionnelle [r =-19; p <02] et épuisement émotionnel [r =0,53; p <0,00]). La version présentée dans cette étude est conforme au cadre théorique dont elle est extraite. Les propriétés métrologiques de l'outil sont très satisfaisantes. Les implications pratiques sont discutées.

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Abstract

The aim of this research present the psychometrics properties of a global measure of burnout. This study concern a framework of Pines and Aronson (1988). The aim of the study consist in testing the structure validity, a confirmatory factorial structure and a reliability of the BMS (“Burnout Measure Short version”). The results show that a confirmatory factor analysis and the temporal stability led to a BMS in French version (participants: N1=111; for reliability: N2=32). The unidimensional dimension of BMS was correlated with other measures (positively with “emotional exhaustion” [r =0.53; p <00] and negatively with “work satisfaction” [r =-0.19; p <0.02]). Practical implications are discussed.

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Mots clés : Adaptation, Version française, Burnout measure, Version courte, Stabilité temporelle de l'outil, Pines

Keywords : Adaptation, French version, Burnout measure, Short version, Stability temporal of scale, Pines




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