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Helena Silva Reis
Escola Superior de Saúde. Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
Portugal
Biografía
Maria Dulce Gomes
Escola Superior de Saúde. Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
Portugal
Biografía
Maria dos Anjos Dixe
Escola Superior de Saúde. Instituto Politécnico de Leiria
Portugal
Biografía
Vol. 50 Núm. 4 (2019), Artículos y experiencias, Páginas 61-73
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14201/scero20195046173
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El Comité de Expertos es la etapa IV del proceso de adaptación intercultural. El rol del comité de expertos es consolidar todas las versiones del cuestionario y desarrollar lo que se consideraría la versión prefinal del cuestionario para pruebas de campo. En este artículo, el método tiene como objetivo obtener la equivalencia semántica, idiomática, experiencial y conceptual de la Medida de Procesamiento Sensorial - preescolar versión casa y versión escuela, por un comité de expertos. Un grupo de profesionales seleccionado a propósito, compuesto por cuatro terapeutas ocupacionales especializados en trastornos de procesamiento sensorial con más de diez años de experiencia en pediatría, junto con un especialista en traducción y validación de instrumentos, formaron el grupo focal. Compararon las dos versiones (casa y escuela) e hicieron cambios significativos en el instrumento en una reunión semanal durante un mes consecutivo para adaptarlo a la cultura portuguesa. El comité de expertos logró la equivalencia entre la versión de origen y la de destino en cuatro áreas: equivalencia semántica, equivalencia idiomática, equivalencia experiencial y equivalencia conceptual. Se adaptaron varios elementos y el instrumento ahora puede probarse previamente y puede comenzar a recolectar una muestra de cien niños.

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