The Preparation of Parental Self-Efficacy Questionnaire for Disabled Children
Abstract: Based upon literature review, in-deep interview with disabled children’s parents, a parental self- efficacy questionnaire for disabled children was developed and used for 859 parents of disabled children. Results of exploratory factor analysis indicated that four principal components of parental self-efficacy could be selected, which could be named rehealthy training efficacy, learning guidance efficacy, daily-life-care efficacy, and problem behavior management efficacy. Split-half reliability of total scale is 0.889, the reliability of various factors was more than 0.74, the correlation coefficient between each dimension and total score ranged from 0.754 to 0.839 and the correlation coefficient among subscales ranged from 0.438 to 0.62. Through the model fitting, the values of NFI, CFI, IFI, and RFI were more than 0.90, which indicated that the questionnaire could be applied to measure parental self-efficacy for disabled children.
文章引用: 江琴娣 , 易立新 (2015) 特殊儿童父母自我效能问卷的编制。 心理学进展， 5， 513-521. doi: 10.12677/AP.2015.59066
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