Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 32 Sayı: 3 Sayfa Aralığı: 78 - 86 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.21653/tjpr.796362 İndeks Tarihi: 27-10-2022

MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES

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Purpose: Motor imagery is considered as a complementary approach for functional recovery after stroke. Thus, applying reliable assessment tools to measure imagery ability in stroke is essential. The aims of this study were to apply Turkish versions of the Movement Imagery Questionnaire-3 (MIQ-3) and the Kinesthetic and Visual Imagery Questionnaire-20 (KVIQ-20) in individuals with stroke and investigate the validity and reliability of both questionnaires. Methods: Stroke patients with mild functional impairments (n=31) and healthy volunteers who age- and gender-matched were selected as a control group (n=29) were recruited to the study. The test-retest reliability was assessed using intra-class correlation coefficients (ICCs). Spearman’s correlation analysis was performed to assess concurrent validity of the KVIQ-20 with the MIQ-3. Furthermore, the internal consistency (Cronbach’s alpha) and factorial structures of both questionnaires were investigated. Results: Each sub-score of the MIQ-3 was found statistically different between stroke and control groups (p<0.001). Only visual sub-score of the KVIQ-20 yielded statistically different between stroke and control groups (p<0.001). ICC values were in the acceptable level of reliability (0.571-0.850). Both questionnaires had good internal consistency with high Cronbach’s alpha (Cronbach’s alpha test/retest for MIQ-3=0.941/0.970; test/retest=0.971/0.981 for KVIQ-20.). The concurrent validity between the KVIQ-20 and MIQ-3 was good (r=0.40, p<0.05). Exploratory factor analysis confirmed that MIQ-3 had three-factor and KVIQ-20 had two-factor structure. These obtained factors were explaining 88.99% and 80.87% of the total variance, respectively. Conclusion: Turkish versions of the MIQ-3 and KVIQ-20 are the tools with good reliability and validity to assess motor imagery ability in stroke patients with mild functional impairments.
Anahtar Kelime: Kinesthesis Stroke Body Image; Imagination

TÜRKÇE-KONUŞAN İNME HASTALARINDA MOTOR İMGELEME YETENEĞİ: İKİ İMGELEME ANKETİNİN GÜVENİRLİK VE YAPI GEÇERLİK ÇALIŞMASI

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Amaç: Motor imgeleme, inme sonrası fonksiyonel iyileşme için tamamlayıcı bir yaklaşım olarak kabul edilir. Bu nedenle, inmede imgeleme yeteneğini ölçmek için güvenilir değerlendirme araçlarının uygulanması gereklidir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, inmeli bireylerde Hareket İmgeleme Anketi-3 (HİA-3) ve Kinestetik ve Görsel Görüntüleme Anketi-20'nin (KGİA-20) Türkçe versiyonlarını uygulamak ve her iki anketin geçerlilik ve güvenilirliğini araştırmaktı. Yöntem: Hafif fonksiyonel bozukluğu olan inme hastaları (n=31) ile yaş ve cinsiyet açısından eşleştirilmiş sağlıklı gönüllü bireyler kontrol grubu olarak (n=29) çalışmaya dâhil edildi. Test-tekrar test güvenilirliği, sınıf içi korelasyon katsayılarıyla (ICC) değerlendirildi. KGİA-20’nin HİA-3 ile eşzamanlı geçerliliğini değerlendirmek için Spearman’ın korelasyon analizi gerçekleştirildi. Ayrıca, her iki anketin iç tutarlılığı (Cronbach alfa) ve faktör yapıları araştırıldı. Sonuçlar: HİA’nin her alt bölümü, inme ve kontrol grupları arasında istatiksel olarak farklı bulundu (p<0,001). KGİA-20’nin sadece görsel alt skoru, inme ve kontrol grupları arasında istatistiksel olarak farklıydı (p <0,001). ICC değerleri kabul edilebilir güvenirlik seviyesindeydi (0,571-0,850). Her iki anket de yüksek Cronbach alfa ile iyi bir iç tutarlılığa sahipti (Cronbach alfa HİA-3 için test/tekrar test=0,941/0,970; KGİA-20 için test/tekrar test=0,971/0,981). KGİA-20 ve HİA-3 arasındaki eşzamanlı geçerlilik iyiydi (r = 0,40, p <0,05). Açıklayıcı faktör analizi HİA’nin üç faktörlü ve KGİA-20’nin iki faktörlü yapıya sahip olduğunu doğruladı. Elde edilen bu faktörler toplam varyansın sırası ile %88,99 ve %80,87’sini açıklamaktaydı. Tartışma: HİA-3 ve KGİA-20’nin Türkçe versiyonları, hafif fonksiyonel bozukluğu olan inme hastalarında motor imgeleme yeteneğini değerlendirmek için iyi güvenirlik ve geçerliliğe sahip araçlardır.
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APA Dilek B, Arslan B, ÖZKARA Ç (2021). MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. , 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
Chicago Dilek Burcu,Arslan Büşra,ÖZKARA Çiğdem MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. (2021): 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
MLA Dilek Burcu,Arslan Büşra,ÖZKARA Çiğdem MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. , 2021, ss.78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
AMA Dilek B,Arslan B,ÖZKARA Ç MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. . 2021; 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
Vancouver Dilek B,Arslan B,ÖZKARA Ç MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. . 2021; 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
IEEE Dilek B,Arslan B,ÖZKARA Ç "MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES." , ss.78 - 86, 2021. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
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APA Dilek B, Arslan B, ÖZKARA Ç (2021). MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online), 32(3), 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
Chicago Dilek Burcu,Arslan Büşra,ÖZKARA Çiğdem MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online) 32, no.3 (2021): 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
MLA Dilek Burcu,Arslan Büşra,ÖZKARA Çiğdem MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online), vol.32, no.3, 2021, ss.78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
AMA Dilek B,Arslan B,ÖZKARA Ç MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online). 2021; 32(3): 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
Vancouver Dilek B,Arslan B,ÖZKARA Ç MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES. Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online). 2021; 32(3): 78 - 86. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
IEEE Dilek B,Arslan B,ÖZKARA Ç "MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES." Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online), 32, ss.78 - 86, 2021. 10.21653/tjpr.796362
ISNAD Dilek, Burcu vd. "MOTOR IMAGERY ABILITY IN TURKISH-SPEAKING STROKE PATIENTS: STUDY ON RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITY STUDY OF TWO IMAGERY QUESTIONNAIRES". Türk Fizyoterapi ve Rehabilitasyon Dergisi (Online) 32/3 (2021), 78-86. https://doi.org/10.21653/tjpr.796362