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NDACAN Measures Index

Welcome to the index of measures used in datasets distributed by the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN). Please direct questions about the Measures Index to NDACANSupport@cornell.edu.


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Measure Name Measure used in NDACAN Datasets (#'s)
Abuse Dimensions Inventory (ADI) 69; 133
Achenbach Adult Self-Report (ASR/18-59) 127; 132; 154; 161; 173
Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist/ 2-3 (CBCL 2-3) 108; 121; 127; 132; 138; 144; 158; 170
Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist/1 1/2-5 (CBCL 1 1/2-5) 154; 173
Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist/4-18 (CBCL 4-18) 96; 108; 110; 117; 121; 127; 132; 138; 144; 158; 170
Achenbach Teacher Report Form (TRF) 108; 112; 117; 121; 127; 132; 138; 144; 154; 155; 158; 170
Achenbach Young Adult Self-Report (YASR) 140
Achenbach Youth Self-Report (YSR) 117; 127; 132; 140; 144; 154; 158; 159; 161; 170
Adolescent Child Health and Illness Profile 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Adolescent Coping Orientation for Problem Experiences: ACOPE 170
Adult-Adolescent Parenting Inventory (AAPI) 67; 100; 108; 121; 138; 140; 144; 158; 170
Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) 154; 155; 172; 173
Ansell Casey Life Skills Assessment, Ages 11-18, Short Form 170
Autonomy and Relatedness Inventory (ARI) 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Batelle Developmental Inventory, Second Edition (BDI-2) 154; 155; 172; 173
Battelle Developmental Inventory Screening Test (BDI) 108; 121; 127; 132; 138; 144; 158; 170
Bayley Infant Neurodevelopmental Screener (BINS) 127; 132; 154; 173
Bayley Scales of Infant Development-II 140
Beavers Self-Report Family Inventory 66
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) 100
Beck Depression Inventory II (BDI-II) 140
Behavior Assessment System For Children (BASC) 100
Behavior Problems Index, with addition of items from Social Skills Rating System 127; 132
Behavior Ratings 96
Behavioral Intent Scale 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Borkowski Child Custody Information 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: My Future Family 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Who Lives with You 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Child Care 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Demographics 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Drug and Alcohol Use 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Eating and Exercise 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Family Planning 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Father Information 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Financial Situation 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Health and Safety 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Infant Feeding 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Literacy 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Mothers Education 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Mothers Height and Weight 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Religion 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Safety 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Sleep Patterns and Plans for Caring for Your Baby 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Sleeping and Eating Patterns 140
Borkowski Family and Maternal Life History: Stresses and Problems 140
Borkowski Height 140
Borkowski Maternal Health and Safety 140
Borkowski Parenting Self-Efficacy 140
Borkowski Reading 140
Borkowski Supplemental HOME items 140
Borkowski Weight 140
Brief Infant Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment (BITSEA) 140
Brief Symptom Inventory 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
CAGE Questionnaire 144; 158; 170
California Child Q-Set (CCQ) 96; 110
Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) 85; 108; 117; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Chaffin Child Maltreatment Reports 100
Chaffin Demographic Questionnaire 100
Child Abuse Potential Inventory (CAP) 94; 140
Child and Adolescent Services Assessment (CASA) 154; 155; 172; 173
Child Exposure to Violence: Optional Questions 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Child Health and Illness Profile (Injury Questions) 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Child Neglect Index (CNI) 100
Child Sexual Behavior Inventory 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Child Well-Being Scales (CWBS) 66; 140
Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ) 133; 140
Children's Assertiveness Tendency Scale (CATS) 112
Children's Depression Inventory (CDI) 96; 110; 127; 132; 154; 173
Chumship Checklist 112
Cicchetti Demographics Interview 96; 110
Community Support Inventory 140
Community Violence Survey 96; 110
Composite International Diagnostic Interview Short Form (CIDI-SF) 127; 132; 154; 155; 161; 172; 173
Comprehensive Addiction Severity Index for Adolescents (CASI-A) 133
Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS) Partner to Partner 144; 158; 170
Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS) 55; 85; 94; 96; 108; 117; 121; 127; 131; 132; 138; 144; 158; 170
Conflict Tactics Scales Parent Child (CTSPC) 106; 108; 117; 121; 127; 131; 132; 138; 144; 154; 155; 158; 170
Conformity to Masculine Norms Inventory (CMNI) 133
Coopersmith Self Esteem Inventory (SEI) 96; 110
CRAFFT Substance Abuse Screening Test 154; 155; 172; 173
Crime-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CR-PTSD) 72
Crowne-Marlowe Social Desirability Scale 117
Dating Violence Questionnaire (DVQ) 133
DePanfilis Child Maltreatment Reports 69
DePanfilis Child Protective Services 69
DePanfilis Family Descriptive Data 69
DePanfilis Financial Services 69
DePanfilis Other Social Services 69
DePanfilis Out-of-home Placement Services 69
Depression-Arkansas Scale (D-ARK) 133
Deviant Peer Affiliation Scale 154; 155; 172; 173
Difficult Life Circumstances Scale 140
Domains of Functioning 96; 110
Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST) 154; 155; 172; 173
Duke-UNC Functional Social Support Questionnaire 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System-II (DPICS-II) 100
Escala de Inteligencia Wechler para Adultos (Spanish language WAIS) 140
Everyday Stressors Index (ESI) 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Family APGAR 85; 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Family Contact for Adopted and Emancipated Youth from the University of California at Berkeley Foster Care Study 127; 132; 154; 173
Family Routines Inventory 140
Filial Responsibility Scale-Adult (FRS-A) 140
Finkelhor Juvenile Online Victimization Mail Survey 135; 162
Finkelhor Juvenile Online Victimization Telephone Survey 135; 162
Finkelhor Los Angeles Times Poll #98 54
Finkelhor Wave 1 Adolescent Interview 72
Finkelhor Wave 1 Youth Screener 72
Finkelhor Wave 2 Adolescent Interview 72
Finkelhor Wave 2 Adult Screener 72
First Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-1) 134
Friendship Questionnaire 112
Gaudin Family Evaluation Measure 66
Gaudin Family of Origin Questionnaire 66
Gaudin Family Profile 66
Gaudin Full and Part-time Male Parent Figure 66
Gaudin Interviewer's Overall Impressions 66
General Health Questionnaire 112
Generalized Contentment Scale (GCS) 66
Georgia Family Q-Sort 66
Health Opinion Survey 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) 140
Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment- Infant/Toddler (IT-HOME) 140
Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment Inventory/Early Adolescent Version (EA-HOME) 140
Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment-Short Form (HOME-SF) 127; 132
Home Stimulation Perception Questionnaire (HSP) - Short Form 140
Hostile Attributions 112
How My Infant/Toddler/Child Usually Acts from National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Infant Characteristics Questionnaire (ICQ-6) 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Infant Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment (ITSEA) 140
Interpersonal Competence Scale (ICS-T) 117
Inventory of Altered Self-Capacities (IASC) 133
Inventory of Supportive Figures 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
James Bell Associates Mail Questionnaire 79
James Bell Associates Telephone Discussion Guides 79
Juvenile Victimization Questionnaire (JVQ) 126; 159
Kaufman Brief Intelligence Test (KBIT) 100; 127; 132; 154; 173
Knowledge of Infant Development Inventory (KIDI) 140
Korbin Demographic Questionnaire 94
Korbin Neighborhood Environment for Children Rating Scales 94
Korbin Opinions About Child Maltreatment Questionnaire 94
Korbin Rate of Child Maltreatment 94
Landry Naturalistic Observation of Parenting 140
Levonn Distress Measure 96; 110
Life Events Checklist (LEC) 117
Life Orientation Test - Revised (LOT-R) 133
Lifetime Experiences Questionnaire 161
Loneliness and Social Dissatisfaction Scale for Young Children 112; 121; 127; 132; 138; 144; 154; 155; 158; 170; 172; 173
LONGSCAN About My Parents [Adapted from the Revised Neglectful Behavioral Scale] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Adolescent Delinquency Survey (ADS) [Adapted from the Champs Study] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Adolescent Sexual Abuse Self-Report 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Adolescent Sexual Experience 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Adolescent Social Support 170
LONGSCAN Adolescent Substance Involvement 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Adolescent Witnessed Violence 170
LONGSCAN Adult Violence in the Home 170
LONGSCAN After-School Activity and Supervision-Caregiver Report 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN After-School Activity and Supervision-Child Report 158; 170
LONGSCAN Age 18 Stability of Caregiver and Residence 170
LONGSCAN Age 18 Young Adult Health Status 170
LONGSCAN Annual Contact Cover Sheet 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Cover Sheet 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Demographics 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Health 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver History of Loss and Victimization 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Life Experiences Survey [Adapted from Sarason, Johnson, & Siegel, 1978] 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Phone Interview - Age 18 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Physical Health Assessment 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Caregiver Substance Abuse 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Aggressive Behavior [Adapted from the Child Behavior Checklist] 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Behavior and Development 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Demographics 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Health & Development [Adapted from the UNOCCAP Study and the Pubertal Development Scale] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Health Assessment 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Injury Questionnaire 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Interview Cover Sheet 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Interview Ratings 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child Services Utilization 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child's Life Events [Adapted from the Coddington Child Life Events Scales] 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child's Separations from Caregiver 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Child's Social Network Chart 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Community Connectedness 170
LONGSCAN Day Care History Form 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Delinquent and Violent Behavior [adapted from Denver Youth Study by Huizinga, Esbensen, & Weiher] 170
LONGSCAN Discipline Methods 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Father Involvement With Child 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Future Events Questionnaire 158; 170
LONGSCAN Gun Accessibility 158; 170
LONGSCAN History of Witnessed Violence 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Household Composition & Family Chart: Early Adolescence 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Household Composition: Household Information Form and Family Chart 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Interviewer Ratings of Age 18 DISC 170
LONGSCAN Interviewer Ratings of Caregiver 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Interviewer Ratings of Caregiver Respondent and Home Environment [Partially adapted from Bradley & Caldwell, 1979 and Bradley, Caldwell, & Rock, 1988] 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Interviewer Ratings of Child 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Interviewer Ratings of the Child: Early Adolescence 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Neighborhood Risk Assessment 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Neighborhood Short Form 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Network of Relationships Inventory [Adapted from Furman & Burhmester, 1985] 170
LONGSCAN Parent Global Report 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Parent’s Future Expectations 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Parental Monitoring: Caregiver Report [Adapted from Patterson & Stouthamer-Loeber, 1982 & 1984] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Parenting Monitoring: Child Report [Adapted from Patterson & Stouthamer-Loeber, 1982 & 1984 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Parent's Attitudes Toward Delinquency [Adapted from Huizinga, D., Esbensen, Finn-Aage, & Weiber, A.W., 1991] 170
LONGSCAN Peer Relationships 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Perinatal Information 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Physical Abuse Self-Report 170
LONGSCAN Poverty & Hunger [Partially Adapted from the Scaled Hunger Measure of the Community Childhood Hunger Identification Project] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Pretend Play and Imaginary Friends: Kinder Gentler 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Psychological Maltreatment (since age 12) 170
LONGSCAN Quality of Neighborhood, Residential Stability & Organizational and Religious Affiliation [Adapted from Coulton, Korbin, & Su, 1996 and Sampson, Raudenbush, & Earls, 1997] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Quality of Parent-Child Relationship: Adolescent Report [Adapted from the Add Health Study] 170
LONGSCAN Quality of Parent-Child Relationship: Parent Report [Adapted from the Add Health Study] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Quality of Relationship with Father [Adapted from the Add Health Study] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Quality of Relationship with Mother [Adapted from the Add Health Study] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Ratings of Child & Young Adult 170
LONGSCAN Resilience Factors 158; 170
LONGSCAN Resilience Factors (modified for NSCAW) 127; 132; 154; 173
LONGSCAN Risk Behaviors of Family & Friends 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN School Information Form 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN School Orientation and Behavior Problems 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN School Safety Questionnaire 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Self Report of Physical Abuse - Age 18 170
LONGSCAN Self Report of Psychological Maltreatment: Age 18 170
LONGSCAN Self Report of Sexual Abuse: Age 18 170
LONGSCAN Self-Report of Physical Abuse and Assault 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Self-Report of Psychological Maltreatment 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Service Utilization 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Service Utilization Age 6 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Service Utilization Age 8 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Service Utilization Ages 12 to 17 158; 170
LONGSCAN Service Utilization Infancy to Age 4 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Service Utilization: Age 18 170
LONGSCAN Sexual Abuse of Child: Caregiver Report 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Sexual Abuse Self-Report: Age 16 170
LONGSCAN Sexual Abuse Supplement 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Sexual Experiences & Parenting Status 170
LONGSCAN Social Concerns & Desirability [Adapted from Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale] 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Social Support from Non-Parental Adults 170
LONGSCAN Supplemental Services Utilization 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Survey of Family Routines [Adapted from the Family Routines Inventory] 158; 170
LONGSCAN Tobacco, Alcohol, and Drugs 170
LONGSCAN Welfare Reform Measure 88; 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
LONGSCAN Young Adult Criminal Justice Involvement 170
LONGSCAN Young Adult Demographics 170
LONGSCAN Youth Adult Welfare Reform 170
LONGSCAN Youth Demographics 170
LONGSCAN Youth Employment 170
LONGSCAN Youth Health Risk Behaviors & Suicide - Age 18 170
LONGSCAN Youth Height and Weight 170
LONGSCAN Youth Peer Victimization 170
Maltreatment Classification and Rating System (MCS) 96
Maltreatment Classification System 110
Marlowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scale (M-C SDS) 117
Maternal Characteristics Scale (MCS) 66
Maternal Social Support Index (MSSI) 140
McMillen Changes in Residence 133
McMillen Childbearing History 133
McMillen Contact with Families 133
McMillen Custody 133
McMillen Education 133
McMillen Employment 133
McMillen Events 133
McMillen Financial Assets 133
McMillen General Medical Questions 133
McMillen Helpful People 133
McMillen Influential Adults 133
McMillen Knowledge of Service Providers 133
McMillen Miscellaneous Questions for the Chaffee Evaluation 133
McMillen Transracial Placements and Caseworkers 133
McMillen Views of Mental Health Providers 133
MEFYP Attitudes and Expectations [adapted from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth, and the Outcomes of Independent Living Project] 161
MEFYP Demographics [adapted from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth, and the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health)] 161
MEFYP Economic Wellbeing [adapted from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, the Precarious Families Study and the Current Population Study] 161
MEFYP Education [adapted from the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth, and the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health)] 161
MEFYP Employment [adapted from the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth, the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, the Current Population Survey, and the National Survey of Family Growth] 161
MEFYP Fertility [adapted from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997, the Outcomes of Independent Living Project, and the National Survey of Family Growth] 161
MEFYP Living Arrangements [adapted from the household roster of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being (NSCAW) Household Roster, and the Outcomes of Independent Living Proj 161
MEFYP Location [adapted from the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth] 161
MEFYP Mental Health [adapted from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey and the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth] 161
MEFYP Physical Health [adapted from the NLSY 1997, the National Health Interview Survey, the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, the Outcomes of Independent Living Project and the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth] 161
MEFYP Pro-Social and other Activities [adapted from the NSCAW Protective Factors, the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth, and the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health)] 161
MEFYP Relationships [adapted from the Questions for Children in Out-of-Home Care from the University of California at Berkeley Foster Care Study and the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth ] 161
MEFYP Services [adapted from the NSCAW Independent Living Module and the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth] 161
MEFYP Sexual Behavior [adapted from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997 and the National Survey of Family Growth Cycle 6 (2002)] 161
MEFYP Social Support [adapted from the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth and th e NSCAW Social Support] 161
MEFYP Substance Abuse [adapted from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1997 and Monitoring the Future] 161
MEFYP Victimization [adapted from the NSCAW Victimization, and the Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth] 161
Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth (MEAFF) 133; 161
Mini Battery of Achievement (MBA) 127; 132
Modified Self Report of Delinquency 127; 132; 154; 155; 161; 172; 173
Mother-Child Neglect Scale (MCNS) 140
Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness/Spirituality (MMRS) 133
Multidimensional Neglectful Behavior Scales (MNBS) - Form A: Adolescent and Adult Recall Version 140
Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS) 94
Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (MEIM) 133; 158; 170
Multi-site Evaluation of Foster Youth Programs Comprehensive Youth Questionnaire 161
My Family and Friends 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
National Incidence Studies of Missing, Abducted, Runaway, and Thrownaway Children (NISMART-2) 134
National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), Wave IV Section 23: Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs 154; 155; 172; 173
National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-being (NSCAW) 133
National Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), Substance Abuse Questions 154; 155; 172; 173
National Youth Survey (NYS) 133
Neighborhood Satisfaction Survey 96; 110
Neighborhood/Residential Satisfaction Scale 133
NIMH Diagnostic Interview Schedule for Children Version IV (NIMH DISC-IV) 100; 117; 133; 158; 170
NIS CPS Long Form 52
NIS CPS Short Form 52
Non-CPS Professional Form 52
NSCAW Adoption Module 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Adoption Module for Foster Parents 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Alleged Abuse 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Case Investigation 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Caseworker Background 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Caseworker Involvement 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Child Health & Services [Adapted from the Child and Adolescent Services Assessment (CASA), National Evaluation of Family Support Programs-Child Health Questionnaire, Brief Global Health Inventory] 127; 132
NSCAW Child Household 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Child's Living Environment 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Closeness to Caregiver(s) (Adapted from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health), In-Home Questionnaire) 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Community Environment [adapted from the Philadelphia Family Management Study-Parent Interview Schedule] 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Court Hearings 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Employment- Resources to Live [Adapted from the Three State Survey, the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY97) the Current Population Survey (CPS) and the Precarious Families Study] 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Family Compliance and Progress 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Future Expectations [Adapted from the Expectations about Employment, Education, and Life Span Section from National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health(Add Health)] 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Grade Progression & Academic Performance 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Group Home Household Roster 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW History Before Case Report 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW History Since Case Report 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Household Roster 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW II Child's Living Environment [Adapted from the Traumatic Events Screening Inventory (TESI-PRR)] 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW II Child Health & Services [Adapted from Multiple Sources] 154; 173
NSCAW Income 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Independent Living 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Independent Living Module for Caregivers of Emancipated Youth 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Involvement with the Law 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Living Environments 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Permanency Planning 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Risk Assessment [Adapted from Michigan, New York, Washington, Illinois, Colorado risk assessment forms and checklists] 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Satisfaction with Caseworker 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW School Engagement [Adapted from the Drug Free Schools (DFSCA) Outcome Study] 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Services Received 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Services Received by Caregivers 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Services Received by Foster Caregivers 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Services to Child 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Services to Parents 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Sexual Activity [Adapted from the LONGSCAN Adolescent Sexual Experience Measure] 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Sexual Activity-Young Adult [Adapted from the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) and the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY97)] 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Social Support [Adapted from Duke-UNC Functional Social Support Scale and Sarason Social Support Questionnaire-3] 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Special Educational Needs of the Child 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Substance Abuse [Adapted from the Drug Free Schools (DFSCA) Outcome Study] 127; 132
NSCAW Trauma [Adapted from Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children- PTSD section] 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Trauma-Young Adult [Adapted from Trauma Symptom Inventory for Adults- Instrusive Experiences and Dissociation] 127; 132; 154; 173
NSCAW Up-Front Verification Module 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Victimization-Young Adult [Adapted from the Three State Survey] 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
NSCAW Your Relationship with Student 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Observed Parenting Essentials (OPE) 140
Organizational Social Context (OSC) 154; 155; 172; 173
Orientations to Seeking Professional Help: Attitude Scale (OSPH) 133
Parent Discipline Practices 112
Parent Opinion Questionnaire (POQ) 140
Parent Perception Inventory (PPI) 100
Parental Monitoring 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Parent-Child Activities Interview (PCA) 140
Parent-Child Conflict Tactics Scale (CTSPC) with Neglect and Substance Abuse questions added 127; 132; 154; 173
Parenting Opinion Questionnaire - Short Form (POQ-SF) 140
Parenting Sense of Competence Scale (PSOC) 85
Parenting Stress Index - Short Form (PSI-SF) 140
Parenting stress index (PSI) 85
Paulhus Deception Scales (PDS): The Balanced Inventory of Desirable Responding 140
Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test 96; 108; 110; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Pearlin Mastery Scale 140
Peer Assessment Ratings (PAR) 112
Peer Nomination 110; 112
Perceived Benefit Scale (PBS) 133
Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) 55; 133
Peri Life Events Scale (PLES) 55
Personal Experience Inventory (PEI) 133
Pictorial Scale of Perceived Competence and Social Acceptance for Young Children 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Preschool Language Scale, Fourth Edition (PLS-4) 140
Preschool Language Scales-3 (PLS-3) 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Preschool Symptom Self-Report: PREA + PREB 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Psychopathy Personality Inventory - Short Form (PPI-SF) 133
Pupil Evaluation Inventory 96; 110
Questions for Children in Out-of-Home Care from the University of California at Berkeley Foster Care Study 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Relational Health Indices (RHI) 133
Responsibilities and Perceptions of Child Neglect (RPCN) 140
Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scales (RCMAS) 108; 121; 138; 144
Revised Conflict Tactics Scale: Partner to Partner (CTS2) 144; 158; 170
Revised Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS2) 108; 121; 138; 144; 154; 155; 158; 170; 172; 173
Risk of Physical Neglect Indicator (RPNI) 140
Rochester Assessment Package for Schools (RAPS) 127; 132; 154; 173
Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale 133; 170
Russell Sexual Abuse 133
Salzinger Family Events Interview 112; 117
Salzinger Family Interaction 112
Salzinger Guardian Demographics Interview 112; 117
Salzinger Personal Relationships Instrument (PRI) 117
Salzinger Social Network Interview 117
Self-Report Family Inventory (SFI) 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Self-Reported Delinquency Measure (SRD) 117
Service Assessment for Children and Adolescents (SACA) 133
Sexual Experiences Survey (SES) 67
Short-Form Health Survey (SF-12) 127; 132; 154; 173
Social Provisions Scale 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Social Skills Rating System 127; 132; 154; 173
Social Support Interview (SSI) 140
Socially Desirable Response Set Measure 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Stages Of Change Readiness And Treatment Eagerness Scale (SOCRATES) 100
Strange Situation 140
Students' Life Satisfaction Scale (SLSS) 133
Supplement to the HOME for Impoverished Families (SHIF) 140
Survey of Childrens' Exposure to Community Violence - Self Report (SCECV) 96; 110; 117
Symptoms Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) 72
Teacher Checklist of Reactive and Proactive Aggression 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Teacher Estimation of Child Peer Status 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Teenager Experience of Racial Socialization Scale (TERS) 133
Things I Have Seen and Heard 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Toddler Attachment Sort-45 (TAS-45) 154; 155; 172; 173
Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) 144; 158; 170
Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children- Alternate Version 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Trauma Symptom Inventory 170
UCLA Loneliness Scale-Revised (UCLA-R) 66; 117
Urban Institute Casework Telephone Survey 122
Victimization Questionnaire (from the Shelter Sample Questionnaire of the Incidence and Prevalence of Drug Abuse Among Runaway and Homeless Youth Study) 127; 132; 154; 155; 172; 173
Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale (VABS) Screener- Daily Living Skills 108; 121; 127; 132; 138; 144; 154; 155; 158; 170; 172; 173
Violence Exposure Scale (VEX-R)- Home Set 127; 132; 154; 173
Wechsler Abbreviated Scale of Intelligence (WASI) 140
Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence-Revised (WPPSI-R) Short Form 108; 121; 138; 144; 158; 170
Wide Range Achievement Test (WRAT) 133
Wide Range Achievement Test: WRAT-3 (Blue Version) 144; 158; 170
Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement (WJ-III) 127; 132; 154; 155; 161; 172; 173
YISS-2 Internet Use Characteristics 159
YISS-2 Online Relationships 159
YISS-2 Online Risky Behavior 134; 159
YISS-2 Online Safety Tools 159
YISS-2 Reporting 159
YISS-2 Reporting and Prevention 159
YISS-2 Unwanted Sexual Exposure and Solicitation (USES) 159
Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) 117