Clinimetric properties of the motor activity log for the assessment of arm use in hemiparetic patients.

@article{Lee2004ClinimetricPO,
  title={Clinimetric properties of the motor activity log for the assessment of arm use in hemiparetic patients.},
  author={Johanna H. van der Lee and Heleen Beckerman and Dirk L. Knol and H C W de Vet and L. M. Bouter},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={2004},
  volume={35 6},
  pages={1410-4}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The Motor Activity Log (MAL) is a semistructured interview for hemiparetic stroke patients to assess the use of their paretic arm and hand (amount of use [AOU]) and quality of movement [QOM]) during activities of daily living. Scores range from 0 to 5. The following clinimetric properties of the MAL were quantified: internal consistency (Cronbach alpha), test-retest agreement (Bland and Altman method), cross-sectional construct validity (correlation between AOU and QOM… CONTINUE READING
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