includes CBCLTRFYSR Scoring Module with Multicultural Options and 2007 Scales, SchoolAge Manual, Multicultural Supplement for SchoolAge Manual, 50 Child Behavior Checklists and 50 Teacher's Report Forms for Ages 618 Years, and 50 Youth SelfReport Forms for Ages 1118 Years ASEBA schoolage instruments include the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL), the Youth SelfReport (YSR) and the Teacher's Report Form (TRF). These questionnaires are high quality standardized screening measures of child and adolescent emotionalbehavioral problems and social competencies developed by Achenbach used with parents, adolescents and Description of Measure.
Purpose. For a complete description of item derivation for the YSR, see the Manual for the Youth SelfReport and 1991 Profile (Achenbach, 1991), and the Manual for the Child Behavior Checklist418 and 1991 Profile (Achenbach, 1991). Materials. The Youth Self Report (YSR) protocol, a selfadministered survey, was first developed by Thomas M.
Achenbach and was derived from another widelyused standardized measure in child psychology, the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL).
The YSR was designed to I. Please list the sports you most like Compared to others of your age, Compared to others of your age, to take part in. For example: swimming, about how much time do you how well do you do each one?
baseball, skating, skate boarding, bike spend in each? riding, fishing, etc. The CBCL618 provides ratings for 20 competence and 120 problem items paralleling the Youth SelfReport (YSR) and the Teachers Report Form (TRF). The CBCL618 includes openended items covering physical problems, concerns, and strengths. The Child Behavior Checklist416 (CBCL416) was the first of what has become a multiaxial empirically based set of measures for assessing children from parent, teacher, and selfreports.
In 1991, DEVELOPMENT OF THE ORIGINAL AND BRAZILIAN VERSIONS OF THE CBCL, YSR AND TRF 15 Cad. Sade Pblica, Rio de Janeiro, 29(1): 1328, jan, 2013 The ASEBA approach originated in the 1960s with Dr. Achenbachs efforts to develop a more differentiated picture of child and adolescent psychopathology than was provided by the prevailing diagnostic system.