Reliability and Validity of the Korean Version of Children Participation Questionnaire

한글판 Children Participation Questionnaire(K-CPQ)의 신뢰도 및 타당도 연구

  • 고유정 (한영대학교 작업치료과) ;
  • 고수정 (제주한라대학교 작업치료과) ;
  • 채수경 (제주한라대학교 작업치료과)
  • Received : 2018.11.30
  • Accepted : 2019.01.22
  • Published : 2019.03.28


The purpose of this study was to examine the reliability and validity of the K-CPQ in 299 children with developmental disorder and non-disabled children to prove their level of participation in Korean children with developmental disabilities. In order to verify the reliability of the K-CPQ, Cronbach ${\alpha}$ was calculated and Pearson correlation analysis was used for test-retest reliability test. As a result, the internal consistency(${\alpha}=.81{\sim}.90$) in each area of K-CPQ was relatively high and the Pearson correlation coefficient (r=.807~.843) in the test-retest reliability test was significant in all areas(p<.01). It showed statistically significant difference in all areas(t=2.32~5.18) in comparison with the non-disabled children group in order to verify the discriminant validity of K-CPQ. For the criterion-related validity of the K-CPQ, Pearson correlation analysis of K-SMS and K-SFA shows statistically significant static correlation(r=.817, r=743) showed(p<.01). Through this study, K-CPQ has been confirmed as a reliable and reasonable assessment tool and we expect that diverse research by K-CPQ will provide appropriate interventions for children with disabilities.

표 1. 아동의 일반적 특성

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표 2. K-CPQ의 내적일치도와 상관계수

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표 3. K-CPQ의 판별타당도

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표 4. K-CPQ와 K-SMS, K-SFA의 상관관계

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