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NDACAN Measure Details

LONGSCAN Child's Life Events [Adapted from the Coddington Child Life Events Scales]

Citations

Hunter, W.M., Cox, C.E., Teagle, S., Johnson, R.M., Mathew, R., Knight, E.D., & the LONGSCAN Investigators (2003). Measures for Assessment of Functioning and Outcomes in Longitudinal Research on Child Abuse- Volume 2: Middle Childhood. Retrieved from: http://www.unc.edu/depts/sph/longscan/

Knight, E. D., Smith, J. S., Martin, L. M., Lewis, T., & the LONGSCAN Investigators (2008). Measures for Assessment of Functioning and Outcomes in Longitudinal Research on Child Abuse-Volume 3: Early Adolescence (Ages 12-14). Retrieved from: http://www.unc.edu/depts/sph/longscan/

Coddington, R.D. (1972). The significance of life events as etiologic factors in the diseases of children-II: A study of a normal population. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 16(3), 205-213. doi: 10.1016/0022-3999(72)90045-1

Coddington, R.D. (1972). Coddington Life Events Scales. North Tonawanda, NY: MHS Inc. Retrieved from: http://www.mhs.com

LONGSCAN Investigators (1992). LONGSCAN child's life events [Instrument adapted from the Coddington Child Life Events Scales]. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Injury Prevention Research Center. Retrieved from: http://www.iprc.unc.edu/longscan

Knight, E. D., Smith, J. S., Martin, L. M., Lewis, T., & the LONGSCAN Investigators (2014). Measures for Assessment of Functioning and Outcomes in Longitudinal Research on Child Abuse- Volume 4: Middle Adolescence (Age 16). Retrieved from: http://www.unc.edu/depts/sph/longscan/