16th ANNUAL EARLY HEARING DETECTION & INTERVENTION MEETING
February 26-28, 2017 • Atlanta, GA
| A Comparative Study of Infant-Toddler Auditory & Communicative Behavioral Checklist and Korean Developmental Screening Test for Infants & Children
IT-ACBC was developed to evaluate auditory and communicative behavior in typically developing Korean infants and toddlers and can be utilized for checking those behaviors briefly. The reliabilities were verified with 114 parents of the normally developing infants aged from 1~26 months in the previous study (Park & Kim, 2016). Twelve month groups were composed of 1~3, 4~5, 6~7, 8~9, 10~11, 12~13, 14~15, 16~17, 18~19, 20~21, 22~23, 24~26months following Korean Developmental Screening Test for infant & children (K-DST). This list is widely applied for evaluating developmental skills of various fields such as large muscle, small muscle, cognition, language, sociality and self-help (Eun, 2012). The objective of this study was to standardize IT-ACBC with more data and compare to general developmental levels of K-DST. The correlation between auditory and communicative behavioral ability and 6 general developmental skills with IT-ACBC and K-DST scores were obtained to identify their relationship. IT-ACBC were administered by 172 parents of the normally developing infants aged from 1~26 months. IT-ACBC and K-DST were administered by 53 parents of the normally developing infants aged from 1~26 months; 10 subjects at 4~5month group, 7 at 6~7, 3 at 8~9, 2 at 10~11, 5 at 12~13, 5 at 14~15, 2 at 16~17, 5 at 18~19, 1 at 20~21, 5 at 22~23, 8 at 24~26. The Cronbach’s alpha coefficient of IT-ACBC was 0.972 which indicated that the items were stable and appropriate to check the auditory and communicative behaviors. Total scores revealed statistical significance for developmental differences which indicated that the selected items reflected the developmental order properly. The score of the IT-ACBC was not correlated with any of 6 fields of K-DST. IT-ACBC can be useful to assess those who have problems in auditory and communicative behaviors independent of general development at the early stage.
- Development and standardization of Infant-Toddler Auditory & Communicative Behavioral Checklist (IT-ACBC)
- Suggesting criterion that can determine whether infants or toddlers belong to peer normal group
- Finding out relationship between the development of auditory and communicative behavior with IT-ACBC and 6 general areas such as large muscle, small muscle, cognition, language, sociality and self-help with K-DST with the correlation analysis
This presentation has not yet been uploaded or the speaker has opted not to make the presentation available online.
Handout is not Available
CART transcripts are NOT YET available, but will be posted shortly after the conference
(), Hallym University, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Graduated Hallym University Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. Attending to Graduate school of Speech Pathology and Audiology in Hallym University, Researcher in Research Institute of Audiology and Speech pathology. A scholarship student of Brain Korea 21 PLUS. “R&D Center for Auditory-Speech Rehabilitation Program”. Specializing in the research team of infant and toddler aural rehabilitation. Research assistant in Graduate school of Hallym University.
Financial - No relevant financial relationship exist.
Nonfinancial - No relevant nonfinancial relationship exist.
(), Hallym University, email@example.com;
Dr. Hyejin Park received her doctorate in Speech and Hearing Sciences from University of Tennessee Health Science Center, U.S. in 2014. Since then, as a postdoctoral researcher, she has been conducting research and lecturing aural rehab classes at Department of Speech language Pathology and Audiology, Hallym University in Korea. She has 8 years of clinical experience working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing as a speech language pathologist. Her special interests include early detection and intervention, and language and literacy development of children who are deaf or hard of hearing. She has authored several publications, and co-authored two books regarding aural rehabilitation for cochlear implant users, and for supervisors of students SLP working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
(), Hallym University, firstname.lastname@example.org;
1978-1982: B.S. Dept. of Pharmacology, Dongduck Women’s University, Korea 1987-1990: M.S. candidate, Dept. of Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Georgia, USA 1990-1995: Ph.D., Dept. of, Speech Pathology and Audiology, University of Virginia, USA 1995-1997: Clinic Fellow, Asan Medical Center, Korea 1997-2001: Assistant Professor, Hallym Medical School, Korea 2001-present: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Div. of Speech Pathology and Audiology, College of Natural Sciences, Hallym University, Korea 2004-2005: Visiting Professor, Div of Audiology, University of Virginia Medical Center, USA 2010-present: President of Korean Academy of Audiolgy, Korea