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Message ID: 8127
Date: 2009-04-09

Author:Boris, Neil W

Subject:RE: measures/references

The Berkely Puppet Interview (Ablow and Measelle) is paired with the Health Behavior Questionnaire (which also has norms for kids in this range); the interview is terrific for younger kids as it is a forced choice interview (with multiple scales which are matched to HBQ parent and teacher reports). I've used the system with maltreated kids who respond well to the "puppets as interviewers" down to age 5-6.



Neil Boris



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From: bounce-3780928-6834008@list.cornell.edu on behalf of Lehmann, Peter

Sent: Wed 4/8/2009 8:27 PM

To: Child Maltreatment Researchers

Subject: RE: measures/references







Hi Rebecca;



if you'd be interested in a child reporting their own adjustment, try Nikki Weld's 3 houses; the house of good things, the house of worry, and the house of dreams. The data is real time based on interviewing the child and particularly suited towards children who have witnessed domestic violence. good luck. p



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From: bounce-3778544-6833529@list.cornell.edu [bounce-3778544-6833529@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Nilsen, Wendy [Wendy_Nilsen@URMC.Rochester.edu]

Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2009 12:32 PM

To: Child Maltreatment Researchers

Subject: RE: measures/references



You can look at the Dominic-R. It is a computerized diagnostic inventory

for children 6+.



-----Original Message-----

From: bounce-3776338-8740709@list.cornell.edu

[mailto:bounce-3776338-8740709@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of RF Barns

Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2009 5:33 AM

To: child-maltreatment-research-l@list.cornell.edu

Subject: measures/references



Dear All



I am working on my PhD and am looking at different measures for child

adjustment (specifically focusing on externalising/internalising). I

want

a measure which enables the child to report on their own adjustment.

However, the children in my sample will be aged between 7 and 11 (too

young for the CBCL).



If anyone knows of any good measures, other than the The

Children’s

Manifest Anxiety Scale–Revised, Harter’s (1985)

Self-Perception Profile for Children and Disruptive Behavior Scale for

Children, I would be very grateful if you could let me know.



Also I am doing some other work on siblings and domestic violence and am

having trouble finding references. If anyone knows of any good work done

in this area, please do send me the details



Thank you for your time!



Rebecca Barns







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The Berkely Puppet Interview (Ablow and Measelle) is paired with the Health Behavior Questionnaire (which also has norms for kids in this range); the interview is terrific for younger kids as it is a forced choice interview (with multiple scales which are matched to HBQ parent and teacher reports). I've used the system with maltreated kids who respond well to the "puppets as interviewers" down to age 5-6.



Neil Boris



________________________________



From: bounce-3780928-6834008list.cornell.edu on behalf of Lehmann, Peter

Sent: Wed 4/8/2009 8:27 PM

To: Child Maltreatment Researchers

Subject: RE: measures/references







Hi Rebecca;



if you'd be interested in a child reporting their own adjustment, try Nikki Weld's 3 houses; the house of good things, the house of worry, and the house of dreams. The data is real time based on interviewing the child and particularly suited towards children who have witnessed domestic violence. good luck. p



________________________________________

From: bounce-3778544-6833529list.cornell.edu [bounce-3778544-6833529list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Nilsen, Wendy [Wendy_NilsenURMC.Rochester.edu]

Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2009 12:32 PM

To: Child Maltreatment Researchers

Subject: RE: measures/references



You can look at the Dominic-R. It is a computerized diagnostic inventory

for children 6+.



-----Original Message-----

From: bounce-3776338-8740709list.cornell.edu

[mailto:bounce-3776338-8740709list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of RF Barns

Sent: Wednesday, April 08, 2009 5:33 AM

To: child-maltreatment-research-llist.cornell.edu

Subject: measures/references



Dear All



I am working on my PhD and am looking at different measures for child

adjustment (specifically focusing on externalising/internalising). I

want

a measure which enables the child to report on their own adjustment.

However, the children in my sample will be aged between 7 and 11 (too

young for the CBCL).



If anyone knows of any good measures, other than the The

Children’s

Manifest Anxiety Scale–Revised, Harter’s (1985)

Self-Perception Profile for Children and Disruptive Behavior Scale for

Children, I would be very grateful if you could let me know.



Also I am doing some other work on siblings and domestic violence and am

having trouble finding references. If anyone knows of any good work done

in this area, please do send me the details



Thank you for your time!



Rebecca Barns







--