Thai mothers and children and the home observation for measurement of the environment (home inventory): pilot study.

@article{Williams2003ThaiMA,
  title={Thai mothers and children and the home observation for measurement of the environment (home inventory): pilot study.},
  author={Phoebe D. Williams and Ubolrat Piamjariyakul and Amanda Williams and P Hornboonherm and Pradeep Kumar Meena and N Channukool and Kochaporn Singhala and M Hosakulthai and K Klunkarndee and T Mahasiripun and P Pusatum and C Tuebpo and P Pranprai and S Chamusri},
  journal={International journal of nursing studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={249-58}
}
The HOME Inventory is a measure of home stimulation available to children. The purposes of the study were to: (a) examine the psychometric properties of a Thai-translated HOME (Infant/Toddler), (b) compare Thai mean HOME scores with three groups (Hmong, Eskimo, HOME normative sample in the state of Washington) reported in the literature. A convenience sample from Mahasarakham public health centers in northeastern Thailand was assessed using 36 dyads of mothers and toddlers, 13-35 months. The… CONTINUE READING

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