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ERIC Number: ED069653
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Sep
Pages: 11
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Wray Behavior Scale.
Wray, Grace A.
The Wray Scale presented is designed to measure 15 behavior symptoms and their opposites which seem indicative of characteristics that can be observed in early childhood and followed as the child develops. Between each characteristic and its opposite are five gradations. Each child is checked to indicate where he stands on each pair of characteristics. Teachers can evaluate students at the beginning of the school year to identify problems and again at the end of the year to evaluate progress. Definitions of the traits used are given. Traits examined are aggressive/submissive; social/nonsocial; independent/dependent; cooperative/uncooperative; eager/dull; talkative/uncommunicative; attentive/non-attentive; active/still; happy/sad; leads/follows; imaginative/prosaic; persistent/nonpersistent; gregarious/lone; obedient/disobedient; and courteous/rude. (DJ)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Cooperative Research Program.
Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens. Research and Development Center in Educational Stimulation.