Concurrence of the strengths and difficulties questionnaire and developmental behaviour checklist among children with an intellectual disability

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Rice, LJ
Emerson, E
Gray, KM
Howlin, P
Tonge, BJ
Warner, GL
Einfeld, SL
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2018
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The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) is widely used to measure emotional and behavioural problems in typically developing young people, although there is some evidence that it may also be suitable for children with intellectual disability (ID). The Developmental Behaviour Checklist – Parent version (DBC-P) is a measure of emotional and behavioural problems that was specifically designed for children and adolescents with an ID. The DBC-P cut-off has high agreement with clinical diagnosis. The aim of this study was to estimate the relationship between DBC-P and SDQ scores in a sample of children with ID.

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Journal of Intellectual Disability Research
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62
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Rice, LJ; Emerson, E; Gray, KM; Howlin, P; Tonge, BJ; Warner, GL; Einfeld, SL, Concurrence of the strengths and difficulties questionnaire and developmental behaviour checklist among children with an intellectual disability, Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 2018, 62 (2), pp. 150-155
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