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Hartman, Kelsey; Gresham, Frank M.; Byrd, Shelby – Behavioral Disorders, 2017
Universal screening for emotional and behavioral risk in schools facilitates early identification and intervention for students as part of multitiered systems of support. Early identification has the potential to mitigate adverse outcomes of emotional and behavioral disorders. The purpose of this study was to extend existing research on the…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Screening Tests, Test Validity, Test Reliability
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Lane, Kathleen Lynne; Oakes, Wendy Peia; Ennis, Robin Parks; Royer, David James – Behavioral Disorders, 2015
We report findings of a validity study comparing two screening tools: the Student Risk Screening Scale-Internalizing and Externalizing (SRSS-IE) and the Social Skills Improvement System-Performance Screening Guide (SSiS-PSG; Elliott & Gresham, 2007). Participants were 1,680 kindergarten through sixth-grade elementary students from three…
Descriptors: Test Validity, Screening Tests, At Risk Students, Interpersonal Competence
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Lin, Yu-Chu; Morgan, Paul L.; Hillemeier, Marianne; Cook, Michael; Maczuga, Steve; Farkas, George – Behavioral Disorders, 2013
We examined three questions. First, do reading difficulties increase children's risk of behavioral difficulties? Second, do behavioral difficulties increase children's risk of reading difficulties? Third, do mathematics difficulties increase children's risk of reading or behavioral difficulties? We investigated these questions using (a) a sample…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Elementary School Students, At Risk Students, Reading Difficulties
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Deming, Annie M.; Lochman, John E. – Behavioral Disorders, 2008
This study attempted to discover how anger, locus of control, and impulsivity are related to aggression. Two pathways to aggression were examined: a cognitive/schema pathway and an emotion/impulsivity pathway. The sample included 242 fourth- and fifth-grade boys. Using data from several questionnaires, teachers reported on levels of reactive and…
Descriptors: Locus of Control, Conceptual Tempo, Aggression, Grade 5