ORIGINAL ARTICLE Commun Sci Disord. 2008;13(4): 621-634.
 A Pilot Study on the Development of the Korean-Token Test for Children-Second Edition Bhu-Ja Chung , Young-Tae Kim , and Moon-Ja Shin` Copyright ©2008 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 정부자(Bhu-Ja Chung)| 김영태(Young-Tae Kim)| 신문자(Moon-Ja Shin) Share : ABSTRACT Background & Objectives The purpose of this pilot study was to examine the validity and the reliability of the Korean version of the Token Test for Children-Second Edition (TTFC-2). Methods The English version of TTFC-2 was translated into Korean, and the Korean version of TTFC-2 and the Korean Oral Syntax Expression Comprehension Test (KOSECT) were then applied to 161 normal children divided into four age groups (preschool, first, second and third grade). The scores of the two tests were used for a concurrent validity study. The differences among the four age groups were analyzed using One-Way ANOVA. In addition, the correlations between the total and the subtest scores of the TTFC-2 were analyzed to determine the degree of difficulty in the TTFC-2. Results The indices of both internal consistency and test-retest reliability of the TTFC-2 were found to be statistically significant. Significantly high correlations were obtained (1) between the TTFC-2 and KOSECT and (2) between the total and subtest scores of the TTFC-2. The differences among the total scores of the TTFC-2 in each of the four age groups were also found to be significant. Discussion & Conclusion Results from this study suggested that the Korean version of TTFC-2 is a valid and reliable tool for measuring children’s listening comprehension, as well as working / short-term auditory memory skills. Keywords: 듣기이해력 | 청각적이해력 | 작업기억 | 아동용토큰검사 | 토큰검사 | 타당도 | 신뢰도
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