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研究生:林依儒
研究生(外文):Yi-Ru Lin
論文名稱:臺大失語症檢查中文句子重複背誦分測驗之臺灣健康成年人常模研究
論文名稱(外文):A Normative Study on the Sentence Repetition Subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination in Healthy Individuals in Taiwan
指導教授:花茂棽花茂棽引用關係
指導教授(外文):Mau-Sun Hua
口試委員:楊啟正陳心怡
口試委員(外文):Chi-Cheng YangHsin-Yi Chen
口試日期:2016-06-24
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣大學
系所名稱:心理學研究所
學門:社會及行為科學學門
學類:心理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2016
畢業學年度:104
語文別:英文
論文頁數:51
中文關鍵詞:臺大失語症檢查神經心理測驗句子複誦常模研究人口學變項信效度
外文關鍵詞:National Taiwan University Aphasia Examinationneuropsychological assessmentsentence repetitionnormative datademographic variablesreliabilityvalidity
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背景:臺大失語症檢查之中文句子重複背誦分測驗是被用來評估句子複誦的神經心理測驗工具之一。然而,目前臺灣缺乏臺大失語症檢查之中文句子重複背誦分測驗之人口學變項與常模資料。目的:本研究主要目的為建立臺灣健康成年人臺大失語症檢查之中文句子重複背誦分測驗之常模,並探討人口學變項特性,及檢驗測驗的心理計量特性。方法:本研究採分層抽樣之方式,共收集321位臺灣健康成年人之常模資料。其中30位參與者則額外接受其他神經心理測驗以其資料檢驗效度。此外,比較臨床病人與健康成人在本測驗之表現以檢驗效度。30位參與者於至少2個月後進行再測,以檢驗再測信度。結果:教育程度與年齡為主要影響測驗表現之人口學變項,性別則無影響。本研究具有適當的再測信度及建構效度,提供之常模資料具有良好代表性、新近性及適切性。結論:臺灣健康成年人臺大失語症檢查之中文句子重複背誦分測驗具有良好的信效度。本研究檢驗人口學變項對測驗表現之影響,並排除人口學變項之效果,以校正分數建立臺大失語症檢查之中文句子重複背誦分測驗之百分等級對照表,以供研究者與臨床工作者使用。

Background: The Sentence Repetition subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination is one of the neuropsychological tests to assess the sentence repetition ability. However, there are currently lacks of psychometric property and normative data for the Sentence Repetition subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination in the Taiwanese population. Objective: The present study aimed to establish a Taiwanese norm for the Sentence Repetition subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination. Psychometric properties and influences of demographical variables on the performance of the test were investigated. Method: We recruited 321 healthy adults stratified by age, education level, gender, and area of residence. Thirty participants were additionally administered other neuropsychological tests for validity examination. Clinical patient groups were also recruited for verifying the validity. Another subgroup of thirty participants was retested at least 2 months later for test-retest reliability examination. Results: Education and age effects rather than the gender one were evident in performing the Sentence Repetition subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination. The results also showed adequate test-retest reliability and construct validity for the Sentence Repetition subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination. The normative data showed good representativeness, recency, and relevance. Conclusion: The Sentence Repetition subtest of the National Taiwan University Aphasia Examination has an adequate reliability and validity. Based on the significant evidence of demographic effects on the test performance, the present study provides age and educational demographic-corrected normative data and a referential table for percentile ranks for research and clinical setting.

Introduction............................................1
Methods.................................................7
Participants......................................7
Measurements......................................8
Procedure.........................................8
Statistical Analysis..............................9
Results................................................11
Demographic Characteristics......................11
Demographic Effects..............................11
Psychometric Properties..........................13
Normative data...................................14
Discussion.............................................15
Demographic Effects on the Sentence Repetition Subtest of the NTUAE...................................15
Psychometric Properties..........................16
Norms Appropriacy................................18
Conclusion.............................................20
References.............................................22
Tables.................................................28
Figures................................................44
Appendix...............................................45
A: Informed Consent Form..........................45
B: Ethical Review Approval........................47
C: Administration and Scoring.....................49

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