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Author: Bruce A. Bracken & Lori K Keith
Summary: The CAB was designed as a comprehensive assessment tool for the objective evaluation of children and adolescents between ages 2 and 18 years. With a balance of adaptive and clinical scales and clusters, the CAB provides a valuable and unique measurement of a child's or an adolescent's adjustment and psychosocial strengths and weaknesses. It has multiple applications, with broad uses in clinical, educational, and research settings.
Format: ix, 319 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (12 cm.)
Library Record: Neil John Maclean Health Sciences Library Reserves (WS 105.5 E8 B797c 2004 ATOOLS)
Population: 2 to 18 years (parent ratings), 5 to 18 years (Teacher ratings - individual or group administration).
Accompanied by 3 rating forms: Parent rating form (CAB-P), Parent extended rating form (CAB-PX), Teacher rating form (CAB-T) (28 cm.); Accompanying CD-ROM has title: CAB, clinical assessment of behavior scoring program (CAB-SP); Assessment Tools Outcomes Measures Instruments
URL Link to Publisher: http://www.hogrefe.co.uk/clinical-assessment-of-behavior-cab.html
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