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Konfrontationsbenämning av aktiviteter och objekt hos vuxna svensktalande personer utan känd hjärnskada – en standardiseringsstudie


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Title: Konfrontationsbenämning av aktiviteter och objekt hos vuxna svensktalande personer utan känd hjärnskada – en standardiseringsstudie
Other Titles: Confrontation naming of actions and objects in non-brain damaged native Swedish-speaking adults – a standardization study
Authors: Torinsson, Malin
Åke, Sabina
Issue Date: 11-Aug-2017
Degree: Student essay
Series/Report no.: 2017
308
Keywords: konfrontationsbenämning
vuxna
aktiviteter
objekt
confrontation naming
adults
actions
objects
Abstract: Studiens syfte var att undersöka hur vuxna med svenska som modersmål utan känd hjärnskada benämnde 120 objekts- och aktivitetsbilder fördelade på tre uppsättningar från An Object and Action Naming Battery (OANB) (Masterson & Druks, 1998). Syftet var också att undersöka instrumentets validitet, samt pröva instruktioner och kodning av svar. Data från 115 deltagare mellan 19–85 år analyserades och kodades enligt svarskategori. Resultaten gav att bilduppsättningarna var jämförbara i svårighet... more
Description: The purpose of the study was to examine how non-brain damaged native Swedish-speaking adults named 120 object and action pictures divided into three sets from An Object and Action Naming Battery (OANB) (Masterson & Druks, 1998). Validity was examined and test instructions and scoring of responses were evaluated. Data from 115 participants aged 19-85 years was analyzed and coded according to response category. The results showed that the three sets were comparable in difficulty and that actions were harder to name than objects. Number of correct responses correlated negatively with age and positively with education, which is consistent with previous studies. The consistency in naming pictures was high and the guidelines for administration and coding of answers seem to work and provide reliable assessments. The results indicate that OANB has construct validity. One conclusion is that the material can be further used in research and clinical practice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/53356
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