Child Sexual Behaviour Inventory

Author William N. Friedrich, PhD, ABPP Description The CSBI is a parent report (mother or primary female caregiver) measure of sexual behaviour in children aged between 2-12 years. It is intended for use with children who have been or who may have been sexually abused. The test was developed in response to evidence that sexual abuse... READ MORE
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Career Thoughts Inventory

Authors James P. Sampson, Jr., PhD, Gary W. Peterson, PhD, Janet G. Lenz, PhD, Robert C. Reardon, PhD, and Denise E. Saunders, PhD Description The CTI is a self-administered and objectively scored assessment designed to improve the effectiveness of career counselling and guidance for adults, college students and high school students.  The CTI can be... READ MORE
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Continuous Visual Memory Test

Authors Donald E. Trahan, PhD, Glenn J. Larrabee, PhD Description The CVMT uses complex, ambiguous designs and a recognition format to measure visual learning and memory. Studies suggest that these features may increase task sensitivity and reduce the confounding influence of verbal encoding strategies. This format also eliminates the motor responses required by drawing tasks... READ MORE
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Developmental Behavior Checklist 2

The DBC 2 is a revised version of the DBC, an instrument that has been in wide international use for over 20 years, and it can be completed by a parent, teacher, or other adult. Unlike other rating scales of emotional and behavioural problems, the DBC 2 is focused on difficulties most likely to be a... READ MORE
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Developmental Profile 4

Introduction to DP4 Technical Properties of DP4 Development and Standardisation of DP4 The DP-4 retains the core elements of its predecessors while adding features that strengthen an instrument already considered the best of its kind. It is a powerful, quick, and cost-effective developmental test that can help you: Quickly identify strengths and weaknesses Compare development... READ MORE
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Dyscalculia/Dyslexia Screener

Dyslexia Screener, Portfolio and Guidance Dyslexia Screener is an important first stage asset to any Special Educational Needs Teacher (SENT) or Learning Support Teacher (LST) who has concerns about a student. An ideal follow-up is the Dyslexia Portfolio, an in-depth, individual assessment that provides a comprehensive overview of a students' difficulties to inform intervention. Dyslexia Guidance... READ MORE
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Earning Capacity Assessment Form - 2nd Edition

Author Michael Shahnasarian, PhD Description  The ECAF-2 helps to standardise and objectify loss of earning capacity claims. The task of evaluating an individual's loss of earning capacity is similar to the task of evaluating an individual's claim of physical or psychological impairment; however, the vocational rehabilitation profession has lacked the standardised, validated sources necessary to... READ MORE
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Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory & Sutter-Eyberg Student Behavior Inventory-Revised

Author Sheila Eyberg, PhD Description The ECBI and the SESBI-R are comprehensive, behaviourally specific rating scales that assess the current frequency and severity of disruptive behaviours in the home and school settings, as well as the extent to which parents and/or teachers find the behaviour troublesome. Both instruments consist of items that represent common behaviours... READ MORE
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Emotional Disturbance Decision Tree

Author Bryan L. Euler, PhD Description The EDDT is the first instrument of its kind to provide a standardised approach to the assessment of Emotional Disturbance (ED) that covers all of the federal criteria and addresses the broad emotional and behavioural nuances of children ages 5-18 years suspected of requiring special education services for an... READ MORE
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The Emotional Disturbance Decision Tree - Parent Form

Author Bryan L. Euler, PhD Description Based on the teacher version of the Emotional Disturbance Decision Tree, the EDDT-PF adds a parental perspective when you are evaluating a child for a possible emotional disturbance (ED). The EDDT-PF offers school/clinical professionals a standardised approach to gathering parent information about children's functioning in the areas that make... READ MORE
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Eating Disorder Inventory-3

Online Administration & Scoring Platform Available! Author David M. Garner, PhD Description The EDI-3 is a revision of one of the most widely used self-report measures of psychological traits or constructs shown to be clinically relevant in individuals with eating disorders -the EDI-2. This new version is a standardised and easily administered measure yielding objective... READ MORE
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Eating Disorder Inventory-3 Referral Form

Author David M. Garner, PhD Description The EDI-3 Referral Form Kit is specifically designed for allied health professionals to help identify individuals who are at risk for eating disorders. In addition to 25 EDI-3 questions, this brief self-report form includes behavioural symptom questions to identify individuals with potential eating disorders or pathology. Referral indexes (based... READ MORE
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Feelings, Attitudes and Behaviors Scale for Children

Author Joseph H. Bietchman Description The FAB-C is a 48 item, Yes/No instrument designed to assess a range of emotional and behavioural problems in children (6-13 years of age). The FAB-C scales are: Conduct Problems; Self-Image; Worry; Negative Peer Relations and Anti-Social Attitudes. Also included is a scale for assessing test-taking attitudes ("fake-good" and "fake-bad")... READ MORE
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Feifer Assessment of Mathematics

The FAM is a comprehensive assessment of mathematics designed to examine the underlying neurodevelopmental processes that support the acquisition of proficient math skills. It is unique in that it helps you identify specific sub-types of dyscalculia to help inform intervention decision making. Features and benefits Comprises 19 individual sub-tests measuring various aspects of math fact... READ MORE
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Family Assessment Measure-III

Authors Harvey A. Skinner, Ph.D; Paul D. Steinhauser, M.D. & Jack Santa-Barbara, Ph.D Description The FAM-III is unique in its ability to provide a multilevel (within family) assessment of family functioning across seven universal clinical parameters and two validity scales.  The FAM-III's capacity for differentiation makes it suited for clinical assessment and monitoring response to... READ MORE
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Firestone Assessment of Violent Thoughts - Adolescent

Author Robert W. Firestone, PhD and Lisa A. Firestone, PhD Description The FAVT-A is designed to be a brief, efficient indicator of an individ­ual's violence potential. Based on the adult version of the FAVT, this 35-item self-report assesses the underlying thoughts that pre-dispose violent behaviour in individuals aged between 11-18 years. It may help you screen for... READ MORE
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Goal-Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills

Author Lucy Jane Miller, Ph.D, OTR; Thomas Oakland, Ph.D, and David S. Herzberg, Ph.D Description The Goal-Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills (GOAL) is an innovative new evaluation of functional motor abilities needed for daily living. Designed for children aged between 7 to 17 years, the GOAL consists of seven Activities, fun and motivating tasks based on... READ MORE
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Griffiths Scales of Child Development 3rd Edition

Griffiths III extra resources Authors: Elizabeth Green, Louise Stroud, Susan Bloomfield, Johan Cronje, Cheryl Foxcroft, Kim Hunter, Hilary Lane, Rivca Marais, Paula McAlinden, Rosemary O'Connell, Ruth Paradice, Candice Marx, Danie Venter. Description Griffiths III represents an evolution in developmental assessment, based on the latest research and theory, and building on the best of the past.... READ MORE
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Gifted Rating Scales

Authors: Steven Pfeiffer, Ph.D., ABPP, Tania Jarosewich, Ph.D. Description The Gifted Rating Scales are norm-referenced rating scales based on current theories of giftedness.  Pre-school and Kindergarten teachers complete the Pre-School/Kindergarten GRS-P form for children between the ages of 4:0 and 6:11 years. This form of GRS–P contains brief scales covering five domains: intellectual, academic readiness, motivation, creativity... READ MORE
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Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version

Authors Adelle E. Forth, Ph.D., David S. Kosson, Ph.D. and Robert D. Hare, Ph.D. Description The Hare PCL:YV assessment helps identify potential patterns of cheating, fighting, bullying and other anti-social acts in youths.  Early identification of these traits is critical, not only for the near future of these youths, but for their development into adulthood.... READ MORE
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