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Chapter 10: Measurement and Instrumentation

Multiple Indicator Multiple Cause Modeling: Application to Children’s Mental Health Research
Gregory A. Aarons

Symposium: CAFAS Outcomes and Functioning for Youths Served by Schools, Mental Health, and Juvenile Justice

Chair: Kay Hodges
Symposium Introduction
Kay Hodges
Assessing Behavioral Functioning in Children Referred for School-Based, Early Intervention Services
Scott Rosas
The PECFAS Screener Within Head Start: A System for Early Identification
Rick Loseth, Sara Carlson, Ed Downey
Understanding Child and Adolescent Users of Targeted Case Management Services in Maine: An Exploratory Study
James T. Yoe, Winston Turner, Julia Burns, Sapna Linus

Evaluating a Continuum of Care with the Ohio Scales
Scott A. Fields, Benjamin M. Ogles

Psychometric Properties of the Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale-Second Edition: Parent and Youth Forums
Michael H. Epstein, Paul Mooney, Corey D. Pierce

Show, Don’t Tell: Animated Graphics Show Longitudinal Models in Action
E. Warren Lambert, Jeb Brown, Ana Regina Andrade

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