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Montes-Montes, Rebeca

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Evaluación del Trastorno del Desarrollo de la Coordinación en población infantil española. Adaptación transcultural, validación psicométrica y normas de referencia para la versión española del DCD-questionnaire

Título de la tesis en inglés

Assessment of Develomental Coordination Disorder in Spanish Children. Cross-cultural Adaptation, Psychometric Validation and Reference Norms for the European Spanish DCD-Questionnaire

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Universidade da Coruña

Año de la defensa

2021

Palabras Claves

activities of daily living, motor skills disorders, surveys and questionnaires, cross-cultural comparison, child, y motor skills

Resumen en castellano

Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) affects 5-6% of school-aged children. Still, DCD is a highly underdiagnosed disorder in the Spanish context. Providing cross-culturally adapted, reliable and accessible diagnostic instruments is a necessary first step to improve the quickly identification of children at risk of DCD and to raise awareness of this disorder in the Spanish context. The aims of this thesis were (1) to translate and cross-culturally adapt the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ) into European Spanish, (2) to test its psychometric properties in the Spanish population, and (3) to develop country-adjusted reference norms of the DCDQ for Spanish children. The DCDQ was cross-culturally adapted into European Spanish following international guidelines (DCDQ-ES), and it was standardized using a sample of 570 Spanish children. After a multi-step process involving a multidisciplinary team, the DCDQ-ES achieved good cross-cultural equivalence. Internal consistency values were excellent, and construct, concurrent and discriminant validity of the DCDQ-ES were adequate. Finally, age-specific reference norms were developed for Spanish children. In conclusion, the DCDQ-ES shows cross-cultural equivalence with the original version, and it shows good psychometric properties in the Spanish context. The DDCDQ-ES is a reliable and valid instrument to assist in the quick identification of DCD in Spanish children.

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Evaluación del Trastorno del Desarrollo de la Coordinación en población infantil española. Adaptación transcultural, validación psicométrica y normas de referencia para la versión española del DCD-questionnaire

Título de la tesis en inglés

Assessment of Develomental Coordination Disorder in Spanish Children. Cross-cultural Adaptation, Psychometric Validation and Reference Norms for the European Spanish DCD-Questionnaire

Universidad

Universidade da Coruña

Año de la defensa

2021

Palabras Claves

activities of daily living, motor skills disorders, surveys and questionnaires, cross-cultural comparison, child, y motor skills

Resumen en castellano

Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) affects 5-6% of school-aged children. Still, DCD is a highly underdiagnosed disorder in the Spanish context. Providing cross-culturally adapted, reliable and accessible diagnostic instruments is a necessary first step to improve the quickly identification of children at risk of DCD and to raise awareness of this disorder in the Spanish context. The aims of this thesis were (1) to translate and cross-culturally adapt the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ) into European Spanish, (2) to test its psychometric properties in the Spanish population, and (3) to develop country-adjusted reference norms of the DCDQ for Spanish children. The DCDQ was cross-culturally adapted into European Spanish following international guidelines (DCDQ-ES), and it was standardized using a sample of 570 Spanish children. After a multi-step process involving a multidisciplinary team, the DCDQ-ES achieved good cross-cultural equivalence. Internal consistency values were excellent, and construct, concurrent and discriminant validity of the DCDQ-ES were adequate. Finally, age-specific reference norms were developed for Spanish children. In conclusion, the DCDQ-ES shows cross-cultural equivalence with the original version, and it shows good psychometric properties in the Spanish context. The DDCDQ-ES is a reliable and valid instrument to assist in the quick identification of DCD in Spanish children.

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Evaluación del Trastorno del Desarrollo de la Coordinación en población infantil española. Adaptación transcultural, validación psicométrica y normas de referencia para la versión española del DCD-questionnaire

Título de la tesis en inglés

Assessment of Develomental Coordination Disorder in Spanish Children. Cross-cultural Adaptation, Psychometric Validation and Reference Norms for the European Spanish DCD-Questionnaire

Universidad

Universidade da Coruña

Año de la defensa

2021

Palabras Claves

activities of daily living, motor skills disorders, surveys and questionnaires, cross-cultural comparison, child, y motor skills

Resumen en castellano

Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) affects 5-6% of school-aged children. Still, DCD is a highly underdiagnosed disorder in the Spanish context. Providing cross-culturally adapted, reliable and accessible diagnostic instruments is a necessary first step to improve the quickly identification of children at risk of DCD and to raise awareness of this disorder in the Spanish context. The aims of this thesis were (1) to translate and cross-culturally adapt the Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ) into European Spanish, (2) to test its psychometric properties in the Spanish population, and (3) to develop country-adjusted reference norms of the DCDQ for Spanish children. The DCDQ was cross-culturally adapted into European Spanish following international guidelines (DCDQ-ES), and it was standardized using a sample of 570 Spanish children. After a multi-step process involving a multidisciplinary team, the DCDQ-ES achieved good cross-cultural equivalence. Internal consistency values were excellent, and construct, concurrent and discriminant validity of the DCDQ-ES were adequate. Finally, age-specific reference norms were developed for Spanish children. In conclusion, the DCDQ-ES shows cross-cultural equivalence with the original version, and it shows good psychometric properties in the Spanish context. The DDCDQ-ES is a reliable and valid instrument to assist in the quick identification of DCD in Spanish children.

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