Measurement equivalence of the dispositional resistance to change scale

Shaul Oreg, Mahmut Bayazıt, Maria Vakola, Luis Arciniega, Achilles Armenakis, Rasa Barkauskiene, Nikos Bozionelos, Yuka Fujimoto, Luis González, Jian Han, Martina Hřebíčková, Nerina Jimmieson, Jana Kordačová, Hitoshi Mitsuhashi, Boris Mlačić, Ivana Ferić, Marina Kotrla Topić, Sandra Ohly, Per Øystein Saksvik, Hilde HetlandIngvild Berg Saksvik, Karen van Dam

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Individuals differ in their typical responses to change situations. Whereas some people readily accept them, others tend to resist. These differences in the typical reaction to change have been conceptualized as a personality trait, namely, dispositional resistance to change (Oreg, 2003). The resistance to change trait and its measurement scale (henceforth the RTC scale) were established through a series of studies in which the scale’s structural, construct, concurrent, and predictive validities were demonstrated. The more dispositionally resistant to change an individual is, the more likely will he or she exhibit negative attitudes toward specific changes, and the less likely to voluntarily initiate changes (e.g., Nov & Ye, 2008; Oreg, 2006; Oreg, Nevo, Metzer, Leder, & Castro, 2009). The trait is related to, yet both conceptually and empirically distinct from other traits (see Oreg, 2003), such as sensation seeking (Zuckerman, 1994), intolerance for ambiguity (Budner, 1962), risk aversion (Slovic, 1972), dogmatism (Rokeach, 1960), and openness to experience (Digman, 1990).

ホスト出版物のタイトルCross-Cultural Analysis
ホスト出版物のサブタイトルMethods and Applications, 2nd Edition
出版社Taylor and Francis
出版ステータスPublished - 2018 1月 1

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • 心理学(全般)
  • 社会科学(全般)


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