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Psychometric testing of a self-report measure of engagement in productive occupations Évaluation psychométrique d’un instrument d’autoévaluation de la participation à des occupations productives/ Carina Tjörnstrand, Ulrika Bejerholm, and Mona Eklund

By: Tjörnstrand,C.
Contributor(s): Eklund, M | Bejerholm, U.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticle Media type: Article Subject(s): Avaluació | Teràpia Ocupacional | TestOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT In: CANADIAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2013 ABR; 80(2): 101-110Summary: Background Occupational therapists working with clients in productive occupations explicitly or implicitly assess their clients’ occupational engagement. Occupational Engagement in People with Severe Mental Illness: Productive Occupations (POES-P) in terms of internal consistency, initial construct validation, and floor and ceiling effects. collection. Correlations between the POES-P and instruments measuring similar and dissimilar attributes, such as satisfaction, psychosocial functioning, and unmet needs, were studied. occupational satisfaction (r s = 0.43) and a weak one with psychosocial functioning (r s = 0.22). The association with researcher-assessed participant engagement was slightly higher (r s = 0.37), and the relationship with unmet needs was nonsignificant (r s = –0.15). Internal consistency of the POES-P (alpha = 0.85) was good, but the distribution of responses indicated a ceiling effect. occupations but would benefit from further development.
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Background Occupational therapists working with clients in productive occupations explicitly or implicitly assess their clients’ occupational engagement. Occupational Engagement in People with Severe Mental Illness: Productive Occupations (POES-P) in terms of internal consistency, initial construct validation, and floor and ceiling effects. collection. Correlations between the POES-P and instruments measuring similar and dissimilar attributes, such as satisfaction, psychosocial functioning, and unmet needs, were studied. occupational satisfaction (r s = 0.43) and a weak one with psychosocial functioning (r s = 0.22). The association with researcher-assessed participant engagement was slightly higher (r s = 0.37), and the relationship with unmet needs was nonsignificant (r s = –0.15). Internal consistency of the POES-P (alpha = 0.85) was good, but the distribution of responses indicated a ceiling effect. occupations but would benefit from further development.

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