The convergent validity of two sensory processing scales used with school - age children : comparing the sensory profile and the sensory processing measure
Brown, Ted, Morrison, Ilona C. and Stagnitti, Karen 2010, The convergent validity of two sensory processing scales used with school - age children : comparing the sensory profile and the sensory processing measure, New Zealand journal of occupational therapy, vol. 57, no. 2, pp. 56-65.
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Abstract: Aim: To investigate the convergent validity between the Sensory Profile, the Sensory Profile School Companion, and the Home and Main Classroom Forms of the Sensory Processing Measure.
Method: Thirty mothers completed the Sensory Profile and the Sensory Processing Measure - Home Form on one child each. Nineteen teachers of the same children completed the Sensory Profile School Companion and the Sensory Processing Measure - Main Classroom Form.
Results: The Sensory Profile and the Sensory Processing Measure - Home Form were significantly correlated (rho=0.86, p less-than .01). The Sensory Profile School Companion and Sensory Processing Measure - Main Classroom Form were also significantly correlated (rho=.74, p less-than .01).
Conclusion: The two sets of sensory processing scales had moderate levels of convergent validity.
Field of Research
111701 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Socio Economic Objective
920201 Allied Health Therapies (excl. Mental Health Services)
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