Social Information Processing Interview–Preschool Version: Validity and Reliability Study

Fatma Betül ŞENOL, Emine Nilgün METİN

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to test the validity and reliability of Turkish translation of the Social Information Processing Interview–Preschool Version (SIPI). The study’s sample consisted of 76 children aged 60-72 months studying in independent preschools in Afyonkarahisar, Turkey. The GPOWER package program was used to determine the sample size. The results of this study showed scope validity, indicating that all items in the measurement tool are useful. To assess reliability analysis, Kurder Richardson and Cronbach Alpha, item total points, and similar reliability statistics were calculated. The obtained values were 0.7 or higher, and item total correlation was significant. When these results were analyzed, it was found that SIPI has high validity-reliability results within the sample chosen.


Keywords


Social information processing; social interaction; preschool

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24106/kefdergi.2829

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