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The Development of a Mental Disorder Recovery Scale (정신장애인의 회복측정도구 개발)

  • Lee, Jeong-Sook;Lee, Sun-Young
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.12
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    • pp.639-647
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    • 2013
  • This paper is a methodological research aimed at developing a mental disorder recovery scale (MDRS) and testing its validity and reliability. After three sessions of factor analysis, a total of three factors using an Eigen value of 1.0 or more were drawn. The explanatory power was found to be 58.1%. All the items met the criteria for communality and factor loading with no item removed, and, ultimately, 25 items were selected. Criterion-related validity test showed that Pearson's correlation coefficient was significant at .71 (p<.01) with significant correlation with each factor (p<.01). The reliability test showed that Cronbach's ${\alpha}$ coefficient was .95 and that Cronbach's ${\alpha}$ coefficient for each factor ranged from .87 to .93. MDRS, which was developed in this study and possessing 3 factors and 25 items, had both its validity and reliability confirmed; therefore, the developed scale would be useful to evaluate the recovery of individuals with mental disorder.

Developing a Measurement Scale for Service Recovery Quality in Internet Commerce (인터넷 상거래에서의 서비스회복 품질 측정도구 개발)

  • Min, Dong-Kwon
    • Journal of the Korea Industrial Information Systems Research
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.44-54
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    • 2008
  • The objective of this research is to develop a measurement instrument for service recovery quality in the Internet commerce setting. To this same end, Parasuraman et al.(2005) have devised a scale called E-RecS-QUAL, which we revised and supplemented to develop another instrument named eSR-Q. To guarantee its reliability and validity, this instrument went through the refinement and validation processes for internal consistency and construct validity in terms of convergent, discriminant, and nomological validity. Our final scale consists of four dimensions including responsiveness, compensation, contact, and apologies altogether with fourteen measures. Overall, this research deals with the related research background, the scale development and validation processes, its limitations, and future research directions.

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Investigation of Instrument for Photostress Recovery Time Test in the Eye (눈의 광피로회복시간 검사를 위한 도구의 탐색)

  • Kim, Sang-Yeob;Moon, Byeong-Yeon;Cho, Hyun Gug
    • Journal of Korean Ophthalmic Optics Society
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.193-196
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    • 2013
  • Purpose: This study was investigated to find out a useful instrument instead of direct ophthalmoscope for ocular photostress recovery time (PSRT) test. Methods: The PSRT test was performed using direct ophthalmoscope, trans illuminator, pen light, and camera flash for 48 subjects (average age 22.88 years, 96 eyes) who were corrected to 0.8~1.2 of visual acuity. Results: Each mean of PSRT measured by direct ophthalmoscope, trans illuminator, pen light, and camera flash was $27.90{\pm}18.40$ sec, $23.73{\pm}12.99$ sec, $21.31{\pm}15.57$ sec, and $18.98{\pm}11.64$ sec, respectively. The difference of PSRT between the eyes corrected more than 1.0 and the other eyes corrected under 1.0 of visual acuity was not found significantly. And there was no difference between dominant eyes and nondominant eyes of PSRT. Conclusions: Though the nearest instrument to direct ophthalmoscope was trans illuminator, pen light and camera flash could be the useful instruments for PSRT test.