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ERIC Number: ED001916
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962-Jan
Pages: 73
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EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF BEHAVIOR PROBLEM CHILDREN AND MULTI-PROBLEM FAMILIES.
BEISSER, PAUL T.; VAN VLEET, PHYLLIS P.
ATTEMPTS WERE MADE TO DISCOVER WHETHER THE OBSERVABLE BEHAVIOR SYMPTOMS OF YOUNG CHILDREN IN THE SCHOOL SETTING, WHEN MEASURED BY OBJECTIVE SCREENING METHODS, WILL REFLECT FAMILIES THAT HAVE DISORDERED BEHAVIOR. THE OBJECTIVES INCLUDED TESTING THE VALIDITY OF TWO BEHAVIOR RATING SCALES, DEVELOPING A SINGLE RATING TEST, AND ANALYZING THE SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE EXPERIMENTAL AND CONTROL FAMILIES. RESULTS PROVED THAT A VERY SIGNIFICANT PROPORTION OF YOUNG CHILDREN WITH SCHOOL PROBLEMS REFLECTS A FAMILY WITH PROBLEMS. THE SCREENING TECHNIQUE DEVELOPED IS THE II-ITEM BEHAVIOR RATING SCALE. TABLES ARE INCLUDED.
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Authoring Institution: San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools, Redwood City, CA.
Identifiers: California (Redwood City)