Validation of the SDQ in a multi-ethnic population of young children.

@article{Mieloo2014ValidationOT,
  title={Validation of the SDQ in a multi-ethnic population of young children.},
  author={Cathelijne L. Mieloo and Floor Bevaart and Marianne Catharina Henri{\"e}tte Donker and Floor V. A. van Oort and Hein Raat and Wilma Jansen},
  journal={European journal of public health},
  year={2014},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={
          26-32
        }
}
BACKGROUND The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) is a valuable screening tool for identifying psychosocial problems. Its performance in a multi-ethnic society, common to many paediatric health care workers, has not been investigated. Because it is important that screening instruments are valid and reliable for all ethnic groups within one society, we examined differences in the SDQ's psychometric properties in a multi-ethnic society. METHODS The SDQ parent (n = 8114) and teacher… CONTINUE READING

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