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Adolescent Self-Perception Inventory (ASPI) The ASPI is based upon the idea that success, defined as achievement and personal well-being, is within the grasp of any adolescent once specific executive functions, learning skills, psychological resources and personal strengths can be identified and supported. Delineating and assessing the.....read more

Beck Anxiety Inventory A.T. Beck & R.A. Steer The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is a recent addition to the Beck series of inventories. It measures the severity of anxiety in adults and adolescents, giving professionals a firm basis upon which to make confident diagnostic decisions. The BAI evaluates both physiological and cognitive symptoms of.....read more

Beck Depression Inventory ® -II (BDI ® -II) A.T. Beck, R.A. Steer & G.K. Brown This edition of the Beck Depression Inventory, the world’s most widely used instrument detecting depression, features new items that will bring it in line with current depression criteria of the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders - fourth.....read more

Career Portfolio (General) Dr. L. Beekman The rationale for the Career Portfolio Activity Workbook is to provide activities for qualitative assessment and to facilitate self and career exploration in the counselling practice of career psychology professionals who follow a post-modern counselling approach and for Life Orientation teachers who are.....read more

Handbook of Individualized Strategies for Building Resiliency in At-Risk Students W.G. Selig, Ed.D. A.A. Arroyo, Ed.D., L.P. Lloyd-Zannini, Ph.D. & H. Jordan, Ph.D. This Handbook shows teachers how to build resilience in students who are at risk for educational failure. By assessing a student’s needs, behavior style, and current level of.....read more

Life Stressors and Social Resources Inventory (LISRES-A and LISRES-Y) (LISRES) Rudolf H. Moos, PhD A structured interview, the LISRES provides a unified framework to measure ongoing life stressors and social resources and their changes over time. It can be used to describe a person's life context, to monitor stability and changes, to compare.....read more

NEO™ Personality Inventory-3 (NEO™ -PI-3) P.T. Costa & R.R. McCraw The NEO  Personality Inventory -3 (NEO™ -PI-3) provides a comprehensive and detailed assessment of adult and adolescent personality based on the Five-Factor Model (FFM) of personality. The NEO PI-3, a revision of the revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R™), the.....read more

Occupational Stress Inventory-Revised™ (OSI-R™) Samuel H. Osipow, PhD The revised edition of the OSI measures domains of occupational adjustment that include not only occupational stress, but also stress associated with the client’s inability to cope effectively with stressors in the workplace and other settings. It also assesses coping.....read more

Problem Experiences Checklist - Adolescent Version L. Silverton This time-saving checklist gives the clinician a quick picture of the adolescent’s life situation, indicating what kind of difficulties he or she is experiencing. Give prior to the initial intake interview, it helps pinpoint problems and identifies areas for subsequent.....read more

School Motivation and Learning Strategies Inventory (SMALSI) K. C. Stroud & C. R. Reynolds Measure student learning strategies early and intervene proactively. Poor study skills, ineffective learning strategies, test anxiety--all of these things impede academic success. And they often go unrecognised until a student enters college and is placed.....read more

The Values Scale (VS) R. Langley, R. Du Toit & D.L. Herbst The Values Scale was developed to provide an instrument measuring the following values: Ability utilization; Achievement; Advancement; Aesthetics; Altruism; Authority; Autonomy; Creativity; Cultural identity; Economic rewards; Financial security; Own lifestyle; Personal.....read more


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 Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition (ABAS-3)

Widely used to evaluate people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the ABAS-3 assesses adaptive behaviour in individuals from birth to 89 years of age. It is particularly useful in evaluating individuals with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, learning disabilities, neuropsychological disorders and sensory or physical impairments.

 

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Contents
1. Introduction
2. What do we understand by the term “bullying”?
3. Prevalence of bullying acts
4. Types of Bullying
4.1 Verbal bullying
4.2 Physical bullying
4.3 Social/Emotional or Relational bullying
4.4 Cyber bullying
5. Different Roles and Profiles of those participating in the Bullying Process
5.1 The bully
5.2 The bully’s accomplice(s)
5.3 Vulnerable Groups
6. Signs that someone is bullied/or is the bully
6.1 Being bullied
6.2 Being a Bully
7. Effects of Bullying
8. When does bullying become a crime?
9. Interventions

The following assessments could assist with identifying potential/actual  bullying or behaviour/attitude and/or effects of being bullied:

Reynolds Bully-Victimization Scales for Schools...read more

Adolescent Anger Rating Scale™ (AARS™)...read more

Aggression Questionnaire (AQ)...read more

Adolescent Psychopathology Scale™ (APS™)...read more

Beck Youth Inventories™ - Second Edition..read more

Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ)...read more

Coping Responses Inventory (CRI)...read more

Interpersonal Behavior Survey (IBS)...read more

Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents...read more

Conflict Tactics Scales...read more

Detailed Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress™ (DAPS™)..read more

Interpersonal Behavior Survey (IBS)...read more

Trauma and Attachment Belief Scale (TABS)...read more

Trauma Assessment Inventories...read more

Trauma Symptom Inventory™-2 (TSI™-2)...read more

 
 

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