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The toileting habit profile questionnaire: Examining construct validity using the Rasch model / Isabelle Beaudry-Bellefeuille [i 4 més]

By: Beaudry-Bellefeuille, Isabelle [autor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleContent type: text Media type: informàtic Carrier type: recurs en líniaSubject(s): Teràpia Ocupacional | Infants | Anàlisi de les activitats | Hàbits | Anar al banyOnline resources: Accés restringit usuaris EUIT
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Anita Bundy, Alison Lane, Eduardo Ramos Polo, Shelly J. Lane
In: BRITISH JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2019 ABR;82(4):235-247Summary: Introduction: Preliminary reports support the hypothesis that sensory issues may be related to atypical defecation habits in children. Clinical practice in this area is limited by the lack of validated measures. The toileting habit profile questionnaire was designed to address this gap. Methods: This study included two phases of validity testing. In phase 1, we used Rasch analysis of existing data to assess item structural validity, directed content analysis of recent literature to determine the extent to which items capture clinical concerns, and expert review to validate the toileting habit profile questionnaire. Based on phase 1 outcomes, we made adjustments to toileting habit profile questionnaire items. In phase 2, we examined the item structural validity of the revised toileting habit profile questionnaire. Results: Phase 1 resulted in a 17-item questionnaire: 15 items designed to identify habits linked to sensory over-reactivity and two designed to identify sensory under-reactivity and/or poor perception items. The analysis carried out in phase 2 supported the use of the sensory over-reactivity items. Remaining items can be used as clinical observations. Conclusion: Caregiver report of behaviour using the revised toileting habit profile questionnaire appears to adequately capture challenging defecation behaviours related to sensory over-reactivity. Identifying challenging behaviours related to sensory underreactivity and/or perception issues using exclusively the revised toileting habit profile questionnaire is not recommended.
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Anita Bundy, Alison Lane, Eduardo Ramos Polo, Shelly J. Lane

Introduction: Preliminary reports support the hypothesis that sensory issues may be related to atypical defecation habits in
children. Clinical practice in this area is limited by the lack of validated measures. The toileting habit profile questionnaire was
designed to address this gap.
Methods: This study included two phases of validity testing. In phase 1, we used Rasch analysis of existing data to assess item
structural validity, directed content analysis of recent literature to determine the extent to which items capture clinical concerns,
and expert review to validate the toileting habit profile questionnaire. Based on phase 1 outcomes, we made adjustments to toileting habit profile questionnaire items. In phase 2, we examined the item structural validity of the revised toileting habit profile questionnaire.
Results: Phase 1 resulted in a 17-item questionnaire: 15 items designed to identify habits linked to sensory over-reactivity and two designed to identify sensory under-reactivity and/or poor perception items. The analysis carried out in phase 2 supported the use of the sensory over-reactivity items. Remaining items can be used as clinical observations.
Conclusion: Caregiver report of behaviour using the revised toileting habit profile questionnaire appears to adequately capture challenging defecation behaviours related to sensory over-reactivity. Identifying challenging behaviours related to sensory underreactivity and/or perception issues using exclusively the revised toileting habit profile questionnaire is not recommended.

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