Development of the Brunel Balance Assessment: a new measure of balance disability post stroke.

@article{Tyson2004DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the Brunel Balance Assessment: a new measure of balance disability post stroke.},
  author={Sarah F Tyson and Lorraine H Desouza},
  journal={Clinical rehabilitation},
  year={2004},
  volume={18 7},
  pages={801-10}
}
OBJECTIVE To report the psychometric properties of the Brunel Balance Assessment (BBA), a new test of balance disability post stroke. DESIGN Data from 92 subjects were collected and cohorts used to test hierarchical scaling, reliability and validity. Data from 80 people were used to test the hierarchical scaling using an inter-item correlation for redundancy, coefficient of reproducibility (CR) and scalability (CS) for the hierarchy and Cronbach's alpha coefficient for the internal… CONTINUE READING

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