Testing the teacher's report form syndromes in 20 societies

Masha Y. Ivanova, Thomas M. Achenbach, Leslie A. Rescorla, Lèvent Dumenci, Fredrik Almqvist, Marie Bathiche, Niels Bilenberg, Hector Bird, Anca Domuta, Nese Erol, Eric Fombonne, Antonio Fonseca, Alessandra Frigerio, Yasuko Kanbayashi, Michael C. Lambert, Patrick Leung, Xianchen Liu, Asghar Minaei, Alexandra Roussos, Zeynep Simsek & 5 others Sheila Weintraub, Tomasz Wolanczyk, Stephen Zubrick, Rita Zukauskiene, Frank C. Verhulst

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    Abstract

    Standardized assessment instruments developed in one society are often used in other societies. However, it is important to determine empirically how assessment instruments developed in one society function in others. The present study tested the fit of the Teacher's Report Form syndrome structures in 20 diverse societies using data for 30,030 6- to 15-year-old students from Asia; Australia; the Caribbean; eastern, western, southern, and northern Europe; and the. Middle East. A correlated seven-syndrome model and a hierarchical Attention Problems model were tested separately in each of the 20 societies via confirmatory factor analyses. The results supported the fit of the models in the tested societies.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)468-483
    Number of pages16
    JournalSchool Psychology Review
    Volume36
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Ivanova, M. Y., Achenbach, T. M., Rescorla, L. A., Dumenci, L., Almqvist, F., Bathiche, M., ... Verhulst, F. C. (2007). Testing the teacher's report form syndromes in 20 societies. School Psychology Review, 36(3), 468-483.

    Testing the teacher's report form syndromes in 20 societies. / Ivanova, Masha Y.; Achenbach, Thomas M.; Rescorla, Leslie A.; Dumenci, Lèvent; Almqvist, Fredrik; Bathiche, Marie; Bilenberg, Niels; Bird, Hector; Domuta, Anca; Erol, Nese; Fombonne, Eric; Fonseca, Antonio; Frigerio, Alessandra; Kanbayashi, Yasuko; Lambert, Michael C.; Leung, Patrick; Liu, Xianchen; Minaei, Asghar; Roussos, Alexandra; Simsek, Zeynep; Weintraub, Sheila; Wolanczyk, Tomasz; Zubrick, Stephen; Zukauskiene, Rita; Verhulst, Frank C.

    In: School Psychology Review, Vol. 36, No. 3, 2007, p. 468-483.

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    Ivanova, MY, Achenbach, TM, Rescorla, LA, Dumenci, L, Almqvist, F, Bathiche, M, Bilenberg, N, Bird, H, Domuta, A, Erol, N, Fombonne, E, Fonseca, A, Frigerio, A, Kanbayashi, Y, Lambert, MC, Leung, P, Liu, X, Minaei, A, Roussos, A, Simsek, Z, Weintraub, S, Wolanczyk, T, Zubrick, S, Zukauskiene, R & Verhulst, FC 2007, 'Testing the teacher's report form syndromes in 20 societies', School Psychology Review, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 468-483.
    Ivanova MY, Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA, Dumenci L, Almqvist F, Bathiche M et al. Testing the teacher's report form syndromes in 20 societies. School Psychology Review. 2007;36(3):468-483.
    Ivanova, Masha Y. ; Achenbach, Thomas M. ; Rescorla, Leslie A. ; Dumenci, Lèvent ; Almqvist, Fredrik ; Bathiche, Marie ; Bilenberg, Niels ; Bird, Hector ; Domuta, Anca ; Erol, Nese ; Fombonne, Eric ; Fonseca, Antonio ; Frigerio, Alessandra ; Kanbayashi, Yasuko ; Lambert, Michael C. ; Leung, Patrick ; Liu, Xianchen ; Minaei, Asghar ; Roussos, Alexandra ; Simsek, Zeynep ; Weintraub, Sheila ; Wolanczyk, Tomasz ; Zubrick, Stephen ; Zukauskiene, Rita ; Verhulst, Frank C. / Testing the teacher's report form syndromes in 20 societies. In: School Psychology Review. 2007 ; Vol. 36, No. 3. pp. 468-483.
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