Date Presented 03/27/20
Adolescents divide their time among occupation domains essential for developing daily life management and well-being into adulthood. The Time Organization and Participation Scale (TOPS) assesses self-perception and emotional implications of time-organization abilities. This study’s results present TOPS’s internal reliability for adolescents and their parents and identify gender-related differences. Time organization should be considered for assessing and developing interventions among adolescents.
Primary Author and Speaker: Liron Lamash
Additional Authors and Speakers: Sara Rosenblum
Contributing Authors: Tsameret Ricon
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