B Kruidenier

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Age trends and gender differences in a normative sample of 1,676 children (6- to 13-years) were explored with the use of scores obtained from the Children's Self-Report Questionnaire (SRQ). Several interesting trends emerged. Boys scored higher than girls on Conduct Problems, and girls scored higher than boys on dimensions labeled Worry and(More)
There have been few attempts to standardize assessment methods in Child Psychiatry. This paper describes a semi-structured approach to diagnostic interviewing of the child. Thirty-four children six to 13 years of age, and their parents, were interviewed two weeks apart by two different psychiatrists. A diagnostic coding form consisting of 29 clinical(More)
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