Social-cognitive processing and depressive symptoms in children: a comparison of measures.

@article{Robins1989SocialcognitivePA,
  title={Social-cognitive processing and depressive symptoms in children: a comparison of measures.},
  author={Clive J. Robins and Kenneth P. Hinkley},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={1989},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={29-36}
}
We assessed aspects of the reliability and validity of three measures of social-cognitive processing in children that have been developed to investigate the relations of such processes to childhood depression: the Children's Attributional Style Questionnaire (CASQ), the Children's Negative Cognitive Error Questionnaire (CNCEQ), and the Common Beliefs Inventory for Students (CBIS). In an unselected sample of 61 children, aged 8 to 12, the internal consistencies of the total scores on the CNCEQ… CONTINUE READING

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