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Patwardhan, Irina; Duppong Hurley, Kristin; Lambert, Matthew; Ringle, Jay L. – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2019
Psychometric properties of the 30-item Family Resource Scale (FRS) were examined in a sample of families seeking assistance for their child's behavioral difficulties (N = 300). The FRS is a measure that assesses the adequacy of family resources across several contexts including intra-family support and personal resources. Our analyses supported a…
Descriptors: Psychometrics, Family Financial Resources, Family Needs, Behavior Problems
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Howard, Steven J.; Melhuish, Edward – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2017
Several methods of assessing executive function (EF), self-regulation, language development, and social development in young children have been developed over previous decades. Yet new technologies make available methods of assessment not previously considered. In resolving conceptual and pragmatic limitations of existing tools, the Early Years…
Descriptors: Executive Function, Language Acquisition, Self Management, Social Development
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Martin, Andrew J.; Yu, Kai; Papworth, Brad; Ginns, Paul; Collie, Rebecca J. – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2015
This study explored motivation and engagement among North American (the United States and Canada; n = 1,540), U.K. (n = 1,558), Australian (n = 2,283), and Chinese (n = 3,753) secondary school students. Motivation and engagement were assessed via students' responses to the Motivation and Engagement Scale-High School (MES-HS). Confirmatory factor…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Motivation, Learner Engagement, Secondary School Students
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Bower, Julie M.; Carroll, Annemaree; Ashman, Adrian – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2014
Traditional resources for ascertaining risk and protection for disengaged youth are often unsuitable, due to the stamina and skill required to complete them. Many of these tools assess risk without considering participants' potential for personal growth. The present study outlines the development and initial validation of a tool titled the…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Risk Assessment, High School Students, Test Construction