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Title: The Chinese version of the Becker Work Adjustment Profile (BWAP-CV) for use by people with developmental disabilities
Authors: Li, RSY
Tsang, HWH 
Issue Date: 2002
Source: Journal of rehabilitation, 2002, v. 68, no. 4, p. 52-58
Abstract: The Becker Work Adjustment Profile (BWAP) is a situational observer rating instrument designed for assessing work behaviors of people with physical, intellectual, and emotional disabilities. It was translated into the Chinese version for use in Chinese speaking societies. The revised version showed good internal consistency as indicated by Cronbach's alpha (.76 to .94, n = 98), excellent test-retest reliability (.90 to 1.00, n = 37, Cl = 95%) and moderate to good inter-rater reliability (.55 to .67, n = 33, Cl = 95%). Exploratory factor analysis results in a five-factor solution explaining 57.0% of total variance. The factor structure of the Chinese version has similarities as well as differences compared to the four-factor model of the original version. Implications for clinical use and future research are discussed.
Journal: Journal of Rehabilitation 
ISSN: 0022-4154
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