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- Behavioural and Emotional Rating Scale 2nd Edition
Behavioral And Emotional Rating Scale Sample Questions
Identification of strengths is considered an important part of school psychological practice. The Behavioral and Emotional Ratings Scale BERS was developed in response to the need for a valid and reliable instrument for assessing and evaluating strengths, but it became evident that the single instrument was not comprehensive. The BERS has now been restandardized to create two additional scales: a parent rating scale and a youth self-report scale. The purpose of this article is threefold: a to provide a brief overview of strength-based assessment in school psychological practice, b to discuss the development of the BERS-2, and c to discuss the use of the BERS-2 in school psychological practice. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: You and G. Morrison and A. Griffiths Published Psychology Behavioral Disorders. Youth strengths are as important to consider as deficits in understanding developmental outcomes and thus are an important component of psychoeducational assessment.
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The BERS has now been restandardized to create two additional scales: a parent rating scale and a youth self- report scale. The Behavioral and Emotional Rating.
Behavioural and Emotional Rating Scale 2nd Edition
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Behavior rating scales are one of the oldest assessment tools used in mental health, education, and research. These scales typically assess problem behaviors, social skills, and emotional functioning; are widely employed in the assessment of personality development, adaptive behavior, and social-emotional functioning; and aid in diagnostic decision making and in planning treatment and education. These well-proven scales are easy to administer, score, and interpret and have become an integral part of the clinical and school assessment of children and adolescents.