# of studies reporting psychometric properties: 4
- No meaningful cut points or norms have been established for the SCI population
- Published data is available for comparison (see Interpretability section of the Research Summary sheet).
MCID: not established in SCI.
(Adams et al. 2007; Ansari et al. 2017)
- The SCI-SET was administered 3 times, 3 weeks in a row, on the same day of the week.
- Internal consistency of the SCI-SET is high (Cronbach’s a = 0.862-0.95), as is the test-retest reliability (ICC = 0.80-0.91).
- There is moderate to high test-retest reliability for transfer-related variables (rho = 0.656-0.846).
(Adams et al. 2007; Akpinar et al. 2017; Ansari et al. 2017; Tibbett et al. 2019)
- The SCI-SET score has high positive and negative correlations between SCI-SET scores and Self-assessment of Spasticity Impact (r = -0.61), Quality of Life Index health and functioning subscale (r = 0.68), and the Penn Spasm Frequency Scale (r = -0.66).
- The SCI-SET score has moderate positive and negative correlations between SCI-SET scores and Self-assessment of spasticity severity (r = -0.41), self-assessment of spasticity impact (r = -0.47), Self-assessment of Spasticity Severity (r = -0.48).
- The SCI-SET score has low correlation to the Functional Independence Measure- motor score and PFIM-cognitive subscale (p = 0.13 = 0.21).
(Adams et al. 2007; Akpinar et al. 2017; Ansari et al. 2017)
No values were reported for the responsiveness of the SCI-SCS for the SCI population.
No values were reported for the presence of floor/ceiling effects in the SCI-SET for the SCI population.
Dr. Vanessa Noonan, Matthew Querée, John Zhu, Risa Fox
Date Last Updated
3 August 2020