By Frank C. Verhulst
A compendium that summarizes nearly a hundred and fifty scales around the box of psychological problems in young children and teenagers. This paintings comes in handy for these eager about assessing the psychological illnesses of youngsters and kids and the influence that those could have on their day-by-day lives.
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Feels he/she has to be perfect 0 1 2 0 1 2 33. 34. Feels or complains that no one loves him/her Feels others are out to get him/her 0 1 2 0 1 2 35. 36. Feels worthless or inferior Gets hurt a lot, accident-prone 0 1 2 0 1 2 37. 38. Gets in many fights Gets teased a lot 0 1 2 0 1 2 39. 40. Hangs around with others who get in trouble Hears sounds or voices that aren’t there (describe): ________________________________ _________________________________________ 0 1 2 0 1 2 41. 42. Impulsive or acts without thinking Would rather be alone than with others 0 1 2 0 1 2 43.
Mean Symptom Severity scores were significantly higher for clinical children than for children in the normative samples. This was true for the parent ECI-4, except the scores of girls for Separation Anxiety Disorder, for the parent CSI-4, except the scores of boys for Separation Anxiety Disorder, and for the teacher CSI-4. However, for the YI-4 only a few differences were significant. For males, differences were significant for ADHD Inattentive, ADHD Combined, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Schizoid Personality.
Acts as if driven by a motor 8. Daydreams too much 9. Distracted easily 10. Is afraid of new situations 11. Feels sad, unhappy 12. Is irritable, angry 13. Feels hopeless 14. Has trouble concentrating 15. Less interested in friends 16. Fights with other children 17. Absent from school 18. School grades dropping 19. Is down on him or herself 20. Visits the doctor with doctor finding nothing wrong 21. Has trouble sleeping 22. Worries a lot 23. Wants to be with you more than before 24. Feels he or she is bad 25.
Assessment scales in child and adolescent psychiatry by Frank C. Verhulst