Journal article

Social function assessment tools for children and adolescents: A systematic review from 1988 to 2010

LM Crowe, MH Beauchamp, C Catroppa, V Anderson

Clinical Psychology Review | PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD | Published : 2011

Abstract

Advances in neuroscience have added to the understanding of social functioning which has become an increasing area of focus in the psychology and neuropsychology literature. Given importance of appropriate social functioning to everyday interactions, as well as psychological well-being, accurately identifying and documenting such functions constitute a critical undertaking for both researchers and clinicians in psychology and related health professions. This review aimed to identify available social function assessment tools for children and adolescents using a comprehensive search method. Eighty-six measures were identified. Information on the assessment tools including the theoretical mode..

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