A valid and reliable instrument for the direct measure of perceived body size in children

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Body image in children -- Testing, Body size, Size perception -- Testing, Self-perception in children -- Te
StatementDeborah Ann Stevens.
The Physical Object
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Master-thesis, Gent, University of Gent. The more psychologists know about the theoretical underpinnings of a construct, the more likely they are to develop reliable, valid, and useful scales (DeVellis, ).

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Over the decades, creativity and imagination research developed in parallel, but they surprisingly rarely intersected. This paper introduces a new theoretical model of creative visual imagination, which bridges creativity and imagination research, as well as presents a new psychometric instrument, called the Test of Creative Imagery Abilities (TCIA), developed to measure creative imagery Cited by: Sex differences in psychology are differences in the mental functions and behaviors of the sexes, and are due to a complex interplay of biological, developmental, and cultural ences have been found in a variety of fields such as mental health, cognitive abilities, personality, emotion, sexuality, and tendency towards variation may be innate or learned and is often.

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A wealth of research has been conducted on children’s play, yet the vast majority has relied on others’ accounts to define, describe, and characterize their play. This study presents a successful effort to generate a scale to measure third through fifth grade children’s perceptions of their play.

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For this reason, scores for younger children may have been somewhat less reliable and valid. In this regard, it is useful to note that within and cross-year correlations between the two SPPC subscales and the various other cognitive assessments are significantly higher for children age ten and over than for eight and nine year olds.

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HHS-NCFile Size: 8MB. Introduction to Methods of Data Collection By now, it should be abundantly clear that behavioral research involves the collection of data and that there are a variety of ways to do so.

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in from the program in Methodology and Evaluation. The DISABKIDS project (Bullinger, Schmidt, & Petersen, ) and the KIDSCREEN project (Ravens-Sieberer et al., ) are excellent examples of successful international collaborative projects yielding valid and reliable assessment tools to measure health-related quality of life (Goldbeck, ) in children with chronic conditions.

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