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California Q-Sort for Adults & Children

The California Q-Sort for Adults & Children (Q-Sort) is an instrument that includes one hundred cards, each displaying a descriptive personality statement that observers arrange according to how well they describe a person. The Q-Sort method has been proven useful in two decades of psychiatric and psychological research of individuals in both clinical and non-clinical

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Children’s Social Behavioral Scale – Teacher Form (CSBS-T)

The Children’s Social Behavioral Scale – Teacher Form is a 15-item survey that was developed to measure young children’s behavior with peers at school. This teacher-reported measure asks teachers to rate children’s aggressive, withdrawn and prosocial behaviors. Authors Ladd, Gary W.; Profilet, Susan Muth Reliability and Validity Data was gathered for the Children’s Social Behavioral

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WUG Test

The WUG test is an instrument developed to allow the investigation of how the plural and other inflectional morphemes are acquired in a certain language.  While at first just applicable to English, the test has been modified to fit certain languages. The WUG test includes a series of questions which use the seven point Likert scale

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Roberts Apperception Test for Children (RATC)

The Roberts Apperception Test for Children is an instrument used for the evaluation of the developmental adaptive function and clinical function in children.  The test primarily targets child expression of social understanding when listening to speech. The survey includes stimulus cards, protocols, manuals, and a guide for interpretation.  Children whom have been notified with health

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Olweus Bullying Questionnaire

The Olweus Bullying Questionnaire is published by Hazeldon and administered along with The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program. The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program or OBPP for short, is the most researched and probably best-known bullying prevention program available today. OBPP is recognized by the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence as one of only

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The Multidimensional Students Life Satisfaction Scale (MSLSS)

The Multidimensional Students Life Satisfaction Scale (MSLSS) is a 40-item likert-type scale which may be administered in groups or individually. The scale is at a 1.5 grade level for readability.  Its four responses are: never = 1; sometimes = 2; often = 3; and almost always = 4. A 6-point agreement format has been used

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Self-Report Delinquency Scale

The main purpose of the Self-Report Delinquency Scale is to assess if individuals have involved themselves in criminal behavior, and if so, the frequency of their actions. The involvement in delinquent and criminal behavior is measured using the self-report technique. The survey includes personalized answer responses with a set sub scale based on the type

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Mullen Scales of Early Learning (MSEL)

The Mullen Scales of Early Learning serve a purpose of assessing cognitive and motor ability.  Five scales – Gross Motor, Visual Reception, Fine Motor, Expressive Language, and Receptive Language – are used for targeting strengths and weaknesses in children.   The Mullen test is generally used for evaluating intellectual development and readiness for school. Included in

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Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI)

Developed specifically for teens, the Millon Adolescent Clinical Inventory (MACI) evaluates concerns, demands, and conditions that teens encounter. For example, the MACI measure emotional patterns, clinical symptoms, and apprehensions in teen life. Common uses for this instrument are with psychologists, psychiatrists, juvenile justice professionals, and school mental health professionals. Participants are asked to respond to

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Infant Care Survey (ICS)

The purpose for the Infant Care Survey (ICS) is to evaluate a mother’s confidence in caring for infants under a year old. The structure for the test is built around the Social learning theory. A common use for the instrument is to identify high-risk groups for evading medical care. Such areas as infant health, diet,

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Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI)

Specifically meant for children and adolescents, the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory evaluates parental report of behavioral problems.  The scale targets the number of behavioral problems and the frequency of their occurrence. Participants of the instrument are asked to respond to 36 items using a Likert scale.  Approximately 5 minutes is required for completion and another

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Children’s Manifest Anxiety Scale (CMAS)

The Children’s Manifest Anxiety Scale, or CMAS, was developed to evaluate the nature and the degree of anxiety in children and adolescents. Subscales for the instrument include: Physiological Anxiety, worry-oversensitivity, social concerns, total anxiety, and lies. The current edition of the instrument is the revised edition RCMAS. The revised edition allows for the instrument to

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Children’s Depression Inventory (CDI)

The Children’s Depression Inventory (CDI) is a brief self-report test that aids in assessing cognitive, affective, and behavioral signs of depression.  Schools, child guidance clinics, pediatric practices, and child psychiatric settings are common users of this instrument. The Children’s Depression Inventory is used by clinicians and counselors to help: Assess self-reported key symptoms of depression,

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Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ)

The Childhood Trauma Questionnaire was developed as a screening tool for histories of abut and neglect. The self-report includes a 28-item test that measures 5 types of maltreatment – emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, and emotional and physical neglect. Common uses for the CTQ are formulating treatment plans, conducting child custody investigations, and assessing special

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