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Key information

Identify behavioural or emotional problems

Author(s):

Jack A Naglieri,

Paul A LeBuffe,

Steven I Pfeiffer

Publication Year:

1994

Age Range:

5 years to 18 years

Administration:

Individual - 15 minutes

Qualification Code:

CL2R

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The Devereux Scales of Mental Disorder indicates whether a child or adolescent is experiencing or at risk for an emotional or behavioural disorder.

The 111 item childform and the 110 adolescent form cover the full range of psychopathology and are based on DSM IV categories including:

  • Externalising disorders (conduct and attention delinquency scales)
  • Internalising disorders, anxiety, and depression
  • Critical pathology disorders (autism and acute problems scale)

Any adult who has known a child for four weeks may serve as a rater. The same form is used for parent and teacher raters with separate norms provided for each.

Its excellent composite scale reliabilities and content validity data based on DSM IV criteria indicate the DSMD are a psychometrically robust tool for identifying behavioural and emotional problems and for use in treatment planning and outcome evaluation.

 

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Complete kit:

Includes manual, ready score™ answer documents (5 to 12 years), pack of 25 and ready score™ answer documents (13 to 18 years), pack of 25
ISBN: 9780158048000
£314.50
£320.79 inc VAT
Currently out of stock, available to pre-order
Manual
ISBN: 9780158048017
£128.00
£128.00 inc VAT
Currently out of stock, available to pre-order
Ready score™ answer document (5 to 12 years), pack of 25
ISBN: 9780158048024
£93.50
£112.20 inc VAT
Available
Ready score™ answer document (13 to 18 years), pack of 25
ISBN: 9780158048031
£93.50
£112.20 inc VAT
Available

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