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The psychometric viability of measures of functional performance commonly employed for older adults with dementia: A systematic review of measurement properties protocol
JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports
  • Benjamin Fox, University of Queensland
  • Timothy Henwood, Bond University
  • Christine Neville, University of Queensland
  • Justin Keogh, Bond University
  • Brent Hodgkinson, University of Queensland
Date of this Version
9-1-2015
Document Type
Journal Article
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Fox, B., Henwood, T., Neville, C., Keogh, J., & Hodgkinson, B. (2015). The psychometric viability of measures of functional performance commonly employed for older adults with dementia: A systematic review of measurement properties protocol. JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports, 13(9), 136-158.

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Abstract

Are the measures of functional performance that are used within populations of adults with dementia psychometrically sound? More specifically, the objective is to: Review the reliability, validity and responsiveness of common measures of functional performance that are used in exercise interventions for adults with dementia.

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Benjamin Fox, Timothy Henwood, Christine Neville, Justin Keogh, et al.. "The psychometric viability of measures of functional performance commonly employed for older adults with dementia: A systematic review of measurement properties protocol" JBI Database of Systematic Reviews & Implementation Reports Vol. 13 Iss. 9 (2015) p. 136 - 158 ISSN: 2202-4433
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/justin_keogh/94/