International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Occupational Therapy | India | Volume 12 Issue 7, July 2023


Cross-Cultural Adaptation and Translation of Short Sensory Profile 2: A Global Perspective

Joseph Sunny [2] | Amitabh Kishor Dwivedi [3]


Abstract: Background: Sensory processing disorder is a heterogeneous condition in which individuals have impaired responses to, processing of, and/or organization of sensory information that affects participation in functional daily life routines and activities. Short Sensory Profile 2 is a standardized assessment tool to evaluate the sensory processing patterns of children from their birth to the age of 14.11 years in various contexts. Objective: The aim of the study is to compile relevant research on translation and cultural adaptation of Short Sensory Profile 2 in different languages. Study design: A review of literature. Methods: A systematic process was used to search the literature for this review. First, the sources of data were identified.The databases searched in this study included PubMed and Google Scholar. Then, the quality of the studies was assessed. The search keyword used were "short sensory profile 2" OR "sensory profile 2" AND "various languages" OR "different languages" which appeared in the title, abstract, and keywords. The publication descriptor data of these studies were analysed statistically. The inclusion criteria included the following: original research paper published in journal, and in the English language. Recurring themes were identified from the collected studies. Results: The total numbers of articles from the searches of the databases were 953. The Duplicate reference was removed. Further studies were excluded after reading the titles, abstracts, and complete articles of the study. The final number of articles included in the analysis was two. Conclusion: It was found thatthe professionals and the target population such as non-English speaking caregivers of the children found translated version of Short Sensory Profile 2 useful as a screening tool.


Keywords: Sensory processing, Short Sensory Profile 2, Occupational Therapy, Translation, Cultural adaptation


Edition: Volume 12 Issue 7, July 2023,


Pages: 2216 - 2219


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