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Children assessment behavior scale

 

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Aslam o Alikum Sir I urgently need Children Assessment behavior Scale kindly provide as soon as posible


   
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Aamir Ranjha
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Hi!

Here are attach Children assessment behavior scale with original article


   
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The CBS is composed of 59 items, 35 of which are conceptually grouped into six subscales: Aggressive With Peers (CBS-AG: 7 items), Hyperactive–Distractible (CBS-HD: 4 items), Asocial With Peers (CBS-AS: 6 items), Anxious–Fearful (CBS-AF: 4 items), Prosocial With Peers (CBS-PP: 7 items), and Excluded by Peers (CBS-EP: 7 items). Items were extensively piloted during initial scale development phases (see Ladd & Profilet, 1996) to narrow the item pool and identify sets of items that were internally consistent (i.e., semantically matched to the appropriate construct and moderately to highly intercorrelated) and, yet, relatively independent of (i.e., low to moderately correlated with) other sets of items. The remaining 24 items refer to other interpersonal or classroom behaviors that were included as “filler” items to discourage teachers from forming hypotheses about the scales’ underlying constructs and, thereby, attenuate this type of response bias. All of the original 59 items were retained and administered during this investigation.

Each CBS item was accompanied by a 3-point response scale. Teachers were asked to rate each item (behavior) in terms of how “applicable” (defined by frequency of occurrence) it was for the child they were rating. Scale points were labeled as 1 doesn’t apply (seldom displays this behavior), 2 applies sometimes (occasionally displays this behavior), and 3 certainly applies (often displays this behavior).


   
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