Behavioral, Social, and Emotional Assessment of Children and Adolescents

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BEHAVIORAL, SOCIAL, AND EMOTIONAL ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

KENNETH W. MERRELL

THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1999 MAHWAH, NEW JERSEY LONDON'

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents in Brief v
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xv
  • Acknowledgments xvi
  • Part I - Foundations and Methods of Assessment 1
  • Chapter 1 - Foundations of Assessment 3
  • Conclusions 22
  • Chapter 2 - Assessment and Classification 25
  • Conclusions 45
  • Chapter 3 - Direct Behavioral Observation 48
  • Conclusions 69
  • Chapter 4 - Behavior Rating Scales 72
  • Conclusions 95
  • Chapter 5 - Clinical Interviewing 98
  • Conclusions 130
  • Chapter 6 - Sociometric Techniques 133
  • Conclusions 150
  • Chapter 7 - Self-Report Instruments 152
  • Conclusions 176
  • Chapter 8 - Projective-Expressive Techniques 178
  • Conclusions 206
  • Part II - Assessment of Specific Problems, Competencies, and Populations 209
  • Chapter 9 - Assessment of Externalizing Problems 211
  • Conclusions 236
  • Chapter 10 - Assessment of Internalizing Problems 241
  • Conclusions 270
  • Chapter 11 - Assessment of Other Behavioral, Social, and Emotional Problems 275
  • Conclusions 301
  • Chapter 12 - Assessment of Social Skills and Peer Relationships 308
  • Conclusions 334
  • Chapter 13 - Assessment of Young Children 337
  • Conclusions 357
  • Chapter 14 - Assessment and Cultural Diversity 360
  • Conclusions 389
  • Appendix - Sources for Published Assessment Instruments 392
  • References 397
  • Author Index 425
  • Subject Index 435
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