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Testing reliability and validity of the Finnish version of the Appraisal of Self-Care Agency (ASA) scale with elderly Finns
Anna Liisa Sonninen
|Statement||Anna Liisa Sonninen.|
|Series||Kuopion yliopiston julkaisuja E. Yhteiskuntatieteet ;, 44 = Kuopio University publications. E. social sciences ; 44, Kuopion yliopiston julkaisuja., 44.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 2001/07717 (R)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||97201981|
ongoing process. Validity evidence provided here refers to initial pilot and field test phases as needed. Members do not provide response data or scores to the Consortium for analysis. Consequently, much of the evidence here focuses on the development of test items and characteristics of test forms. Interim tests, as noted above, are not Size: 5MB. •Validity was created by Kelly in who argued that a test is valid only if it measures what it is supposed to measure. •Validity could be of two kinds: content-related and criterion-related. •Validity could also be internal (the y-effect is based on the manipulation of the x-variable and not on some.
a reasonable level of reliability and validity cannot be overemphasized. If an instrument lacks validity or reliability, the meaning of individual scores becomes otiose. A score of 90 on an invalid or unreliable test would be no different from a score of Two Criteria for Good Measurements in Research: Validity and Reliability Haradhan Kumar Mohajan Premier University, Chittagong, Bangladesh Email: [email protected] Abstract Reliability and validity are the two most important and fundamental features in the evaluation of any measurement instrument or tool for a good research.
Chapter Objectives. At the conclusion of this chapter, the learner will be able to: 1. Identify the need for reliability and validity of instruments used in evidence-based practice. 2. Define reliability and validity. 3. Discuss how reliability and validity affect outcome . A prospective clinical study to test and adapt a Finnish version of the Scoliosis Research Society 30 (SRS) questionnaire. Objective. The aim of this study was to perform cross-cultural adaptation and evaluate the validity of the adapted Finnish version of the SRS questionnaire.
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The purpose of this study was to continue the development and psychometric testing of the Appraisal of Self‐Care Agency – Revised (ASAS‐R). Methods A cross‐sectional methodological design was used to examine the reliability, validity and factor structure of the ASAS‐R among individuals from the general by: The psychometric validity and reliability of FAST in the Finnish sample of patients with bipolar disorder types I and II were good.
The Finnish version of FAST is suitable for assessing functional impairment in bipolar disorder in both research and clinical by: 2.
The VAS-FA was successfully translated and cross-culturally adapted into Finnish. This study showed evidence of the validity and reliability of the Finnish version of the VAS-FA.
The Finnish VAS-FA is available now for both clinical and research purposes when evaluating foot Cited by: 6. The Finnish version of the Lower Extremity Functional Scale (LEFS) is a reliable and valid tool for assessing lower-extremity musculoskeletal disability in Finnish-speaking population.
Investigation of the psychometric properties of the Finnish version of the LEFS showed validity and reliability comparable to those of the original English by: 8.
Validity and reliability are two important factors to consider when developing and testing any instrument (e.g., content assessment test, questionnaire) for use in a study. Attention to these considerations helps to insure the quality of your measurement and of. Reliability and validity are concepts used to evaluate the quality of research.
They indicate how well a method, technique or test measures something. Reliability is about the consistency of a measure, and validity is about the accuracy of a measure.
Lecture Notes on Reliability and validity, freely available. Validity. Validity is arguably the most important criteria for the quality of a test. The term validity refers to whether or not the test measures what it claims to measure. On a test with high validity the items will be closely linked to the test's intended Size: KB.
Test-retest reliability is a measure of reliability obtained by administering the same test twice over a period of time to a group of individuals. The scores from Time 1 and Time 2 can then be correlated in order to evaluate the test for stability over time.
The study aimed to test and compare the reliability and validity, including sensitivity and specificity of the two self-care-related instruments, the Self-care Ability Scale for the Elderly (SASE. What is Reliability.
Reliability, on the other hand, is not at all concerned with intent, instead asking whether the test used to collect data produces accurate results.
In this context, accuracy is defined by consistency (whether the results could be replicated). The property of ignorance of intent allows an instrument to be simultaneously reliable and : Ben Rubin. The study aimed to test the reliability and validity of the Chinese version of the Appraisal of Self-Care Agency Scale–Revised (ASAS-R-CHI).
A cross-sectional design was used to conduct this study, and the sample consisted of 1, older people, collected by a demographic questionnaire, ASAS-R-CHI and the Exercise of Self-Care Agency (ESCA Cited by: 4.
in that a test with poor reliability is likely to be invalid. This is the second of 2 related articles on this subject.’ Part A provided examples of situations in which reliability and validity assessment would be desirable, described the use and limitations of correlation tests, and discussed re- liability by: This study presents the psychometric properties of the Brazilian version of the Appraisal of Self-Care Agency Scale – Revised (ASAS-R).
The sam-ple was made up of subjects (% women) aged. question, the Simple Shoulder Test (SST), and the Short-Form 36 Health Survey (SF).
The reliability of the ASES questionnaire was studied using a test-retest procedure at 2-week intervals. Psychometric assessment was performed by testing the construct validity, internal consistency, the criterion validity, and the convergent validity of the Cited by: 8.
Validity and reliability in quantitative studies Roberta Heale,1 Alison Twycross2 Evidence-based practice includes, in part, implementa-tion of the ﬁndings of well-conducted quality research studies. So being able to critique quantitative research is an important skill for nurses.
Consideration must beCited by: Often new researchers are confused with selection and conducting of proper validity type to test their research instrument (questionnaire/survey). This review article explores and describes the validity and reliability of a questionnaire/survey and also discusses various forms of validity and reliability by: assessment, appraisal, grande, counseling, internal consistency, construct validity, content validity, criterion validity.
Reliability and validity of the Finnish version of the Visual Analogue Scale Foot and Ankle (VAS-FA). Analyses included testing of floor-ceiling effect, internal consistency, reproducibility, and validity. The VAS-FA loaded on two factors (pain/movement and problems/limitations). CONCLUSIONS: The Finnish version of the VAS-FA has high Cited by: 6.
Validity test is divided into three types: criterion- related, content, and construct validity (Creswell, ).
Content validity was used in the current research to measure how well the questions represent the possibilities of questions by:. Test reliability and validity Euclidean indices of agreement as obvious choices for use in assessing test and rating reliability, test validity, and predictive accuracy.
The final recommendation made is for the Gower coefficient, because the actual data at hand rather than a transformed version of it, the Pearson correlation can be seen.Validity and reliability of the Finnish version of Abstract Background: The Functioning Assessment Short Test (FAST) was developed for the clinical evaluation of functional impairment of patients suffering from bipolar disorder.
The aim of this study was to validate the Finnish version of FAST. Methods: Translation and back-translation of Cited by: 2.In reality, validity and reliability are not properties of a survey instrument; rather it is the data and the interpretation of the data (which includes understanding the administration, setting, sample, and analysis procedures) that support construct validity.
Thus, relevant information on psychometric performance ideally needs to be reported Cited by: