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Development of Korean the Version of the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ-K)

대한물리치료학회지 2020년 32권 1호 p.44 ~ 51
고주연 ( Ko Joo-Yeon ) - Daegu Health College Department of Physical Therapy

이완희 ( Lee Wan-Hee ) - Sahmyook University Department of Physical Therapy
정지운 ( Jung Jee-Woon ) - Noli Movement Development Center
김영아 ( Kim Young-A ) - Inje University Department of Occupational Therapy

Abstract


Purpose: This study translated the developmental coordination disorder questionnaire’07 (DCDQ’07) into Korean and investigated the psychometric properties of the Korean DCDQ (DCDQ-K) using validation processes.

Methods: The subjects were 300 parents with typically developing children aged 5-15 years (162 girls and 138 boys, mean age 9.24 years, SD 2.59) across the country. To develop the Korean DCDQ, a forward-backward-original author feedback-panel meeting-pilot study with parents was done. The internal consistency, test-retest reliability performed two weeks apart, content validity, discriminative validity, convergent validity, and constructive validity were examined with the pre-version of the DCDQ-K.

Results: Approximately 15.33% of the subjects were probably shown DCD using DCDQ-K. Significant differences in age and province were observed in the DCDQ-K total score. The reliabilities and validities were good in the DCDQ-K.

Conclusion: The DCDQ-K is a reasonable screening tool for DCD children.

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Developmental Coordination Disorder; Questionnaire; Korea; Motor Skill; DCDQ-K
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