ช่วงเวลาคุณภาพระหว่างผู้ปกครองกับเด็กปฐมวัย Parent – Child Quality Time in Preschool
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Objectives To create the questionnaire that can evaluate quality time between parents and their preschool children
Method The sample group was 135 parents of preschool children aged between 3-5 years old. Data was collected by using the self-report questionnaire that was provided in September 2020. Only one parent, father or mother, who spent more time with their child must be the responder of the questionnaire which consists of 23 items to evaluate quantity of quality time that parents spending with their children, 13 for general information and 10 for questions related to quality time.
Validity of the questionnaire was proven by 4 specialists. Reliability was provided by Test-retest reliability and pearson’s correlation. Descriptive data used descriptive statistic as frequency, percent, mean, and standard deviation.
Result According to the statistical methods, the quality time questionnaire has validity and reliability. (Content validity index = 1.00 , Pearson’s correlation = 0.909, p<0.01). Means of quality time between parent and preschool children is 21.32 hours/ week or 3.05 hours/ day. The result from questionnaire demonstrated that eating together was the highest quality time that the family spent together (5.55 hour/week), whereas participate in religious or spiritual activities is the lowest (0.74 hour/ week).
Conclusion The questionnaire has validity and reliability, so it could be apply to survey the quality time between parent and their preschool children.
Key words Quality time, Parent, Preschool
บทความที่ส่งมาลงตีพิมพ์ในวารสารสมาคมจิตแพทย์ ต้องไม่เคยตีพิมพ์หรือได้รับการตอบรับให้ตีพิมพ์ในวารสารฉบับอื่น และต้องไม่อยู่ระหว่างการส่งไปตีพิมพ์ในวารสารอื่น
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