The ASEBA school-age forms allow you to obtain information about problematic behavior in school-age children from parents, teachers, and, in the case of older children, the youths themselves. Each of the three forms provides raw scores, T scores, and percentiles. All norms are based on a U.S. national sample, and all forms have parallel Internalizing, Externalizing, and Total Problems scales.
- Parents rate items that describe specific behavioral and emotional problems.
- Scales are based on parent ratings of 4,994 high-scoring children and are normed on 1,753 nonreferred children.
- Teachers rate the child’s academic performance and adaptive functioning; the appropriateness of the child’s behavior; how much the child is learning; how hard the child is working; and how happy the child appears.
- Includes 93 items in common with the CBCL/6-18; the remaining items concern school behaviors.
- Scales are based on teacher ratings of 4,437 high-scoring students and are normed on 2,319 nonreferred students.
- This self-report can be completed by youths with 5th-grade reading skills, or it can be administered orally.
- Youths rate themselves on both problem behaviors and on socially desirable qualities.
- Scales are based on 2,581 high-scoring youths and are normed on 1,057 nonreferred youths.
ADM™ Scoring Module for Ages 6-18 with Multicultural Options
This optional scoring module displays problem-scale profiles and cross-informant bar graphs in relation to multicultural (including U.S.) norms.