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Sensitivity of the Evaluation of Social Interaction Measures Among People With and Without Neurologic or Psychiatric Disorders/ Mette Søndergaard and Anne G. Fisher

By: Søndergaard M.
Contributor(s): Fisher, Anne G.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Neurologia | Psiquiatria | Sentits | Teràpia OcupacionalOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2012 MAI-JUN; 66 (3): 356-362Summary: OBJECTIVE. To determine whether the Evaluation of Social Interaction (ESI) is sensitive enough to differentiate between people without identified diagnoses and those with neurologic or psychiatric disorders in terms of their observed quality of social interaction. = 304) or had neurologic (n = 77) or psychiatric (n = 104) disorders. They were evaluated using the ESI. revealed that the group without identified diagnoses had significantly better quality of social interaction than did either group with disabilities (Us = 3,172 and 3,189, respectively; p = .001). quality of social interaction among groups expected to differ, suggesting that it is valid for use when the desired purpose is to identify people with diminished quality of social interaction.
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OBJECTIVE. To determine whether the Evaluation of Social Interaction (ESI) is sensitive enough to differentiate between people without identified diagnoses and those with neurologic or psychiatric disorders in terms of their observed quality of social interaction. = 304) or had neurologic (n = 77) or psychiatric (n = 104) disorders. They were evaluated using the ESI. revealed that the group without identified diagnoses had significantly better quality of social interaction than did either group with disabilities (Us = 3,172 and 3,189, respectively; p = .001). quality of social interaction among groups expected to differ, suggesting that it is valid for use when the desired purpose is to identify people with diminished quality of social interaction.

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