673685_

Psychiatr. Pol. 2017; 51(4): 673–685

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12740/PP/OnlineFirst/63207

Hanna Karakuła-Juchnowicz, Mariola Stecka

FREE POLISH FULLTEXT:

Polski Test Czytania Słów dla Dorosłych (PART) – konstrukcja polskiego testu do pomiaru poziomu inteligencji przedchorobowej w schizofrenii


FREE ENGLISH FULLTEXT:
Polish Adult Reading Test (PART) – construction of Polish test for estimating the level of premorbid intelligence in schizophrenia

Summary
Aim.
In view of unavailability in Poland of the standardized methods to measure PIQ, the aim of the work was to develop a Polish test to assess the premorbid level of intelligence – PART(Polish AdultReading Test) and to measureits psychometric properties, such as validity, reliability as well as standardization in the group of schizophrenia patients.
Method. The principles of PART construction were based on the idea of popular worldwide National Adult Reading Test by Hazel Nelson. The research comprised a group of 122 subjects (65 schizophrenia patients and 57 healthy people), aged 18–60 years, matched for age and gender.
Results. PART appears to be a method with high internal consistency and reliability measured by test-retest, inter-rater reliability, and the method with acceptable diagnostic and prognostic validity. The standardized procedures of PART have been investigated and described.
Conclusions. Considering the psychometric values of PART and a short time of its performance, the test may be a useful diagnostic instrument in the assessment of premorbid level of intelligence in a group of schizophrenic patients.




ISSN 0033-2674 (PRINT)

ISSN 2391-5854 (ONLINE)


Psychiatria Polska
is an Open Access journal:
Creative Commons: CC-BY
SHERPA RoMEO:
Blue





Inne strony PTP:
Other PTP websites:

www.psychiatria.org.pl
www.psychiatriapsychoterapia.pl

www.archivespp.pl
www.psychoterapiaptp.pl

Psychiatria Polska
INDEXED IN:
Thomson Reuters Master List
Science Citation Index Expanded
Journal Citation Reports
(Impact Factor 1,010)

Medline/Index Medicus
MNiSW (15 pkt)
Scopus/SCImago
EMBASE/Excerpta Medica
PsycINFO, EBSCO, DOAJ
Index Copernicus (18.59)
Erih Plus, Cochrane Library
CrossRef/DOI

We recommend:

Pharmacological Reports



+48  518-330-994
kontakt z Biurem KRW PTP