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Kaufman, Alan S.; And Others – Psychology in the Schools, 1980
The most disturbing result was the extent of disagreement in parents' and teachers' perceptions of the problem behaviors of Black emotionally disturbed children. There was agreement in perceptions of White emotionally disturbed children, facilitating communication. High levels of parental involvement are recommended. (Author)
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Children, Educational Diagnosis, Emotional Disturbances
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Clarizio, Harvey F.; Veres, Valerie – Psychology in the Schools, 1983
Examined the diagnostic utility of two patterns of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised in differentiating 64 emotionally impaired children (ages 5 to 18) from 290 controls. Data analysis showed neither the high similarities-low information or verbal-performance discrepancy patterns yielded a useful rule for diagnosing emotional…
Descriptors: Children, Diagnostic Tests, Disability Identification, Educational Diagnosis
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Clarizio, Harvey; Bernard, Robert – Psychology in the Schools, 1981
Analyzed WISC-R profiles along a three-factor approach for purposes of differential diagnosis. Profiles of 278 school-verified learning disabled children were compared to those of Educable Mentally Impaired (N=141), Emotionally Impaired (N=67), Otherwise Impaired (N=61), and Nonimpaired (N=294). Resulting data was not useful in differential…
Descriptors: Children, Classification, Disability Identification, Educational Diagnosis
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Thompson, Robert J., Jr. – Psychology in the Schools, 1981
Evaluates diagnostic utility of Bannatyne's recategorized WISC-R scores in differentiating among children referred to a developmental evaluation center. Results failed to provide support for the diagnostic utility of recategorized WISC-R scores in general. Use of measure is limited in differentiating psychological and learning problems. (Author/CJ)
Descriptors: Children, Educational Diagnosis, Emotional Disturbances, Evaluation Methods