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Aggressive behaviors include physical aggression, and social/relational aggression (which relates to behavior that is intended to harm another’s friendships, social status, or self esteem).  In very young children, some level of physical aggression toward siblings, peers, and adults is common.  However, children and youth who persist in aggressive behaviors are at higher risk for alcohol and drug abuse, injuries, violent criminality, depression, suicide attempts, and domestic violence (Tremblay, Nagin, Seguin, Zoccolillo, Zelazo, Boivin, Perusse, & Japel, 2004; Goldstein, Young, & Boyd, 2008), as well as for academic underachievement (Hinshaw, 1992). (By ChildTrends)

 


 

The Illinois Bully Scale is an 18 item, self-report measure that contains three subscales for measuring the frequency of fighting, peer victimization, and bully behavior.  Consisting of 9 items, the Bully subscale includes items that address how often a y ...

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Please note that this tool is proprietary and may only be obtained by contacting the creators of the tool below. PerformWell cannot make this tool available in ETO. The CTS-2 is a tool used to examine whether psychological and/or physical abuse or intera ...

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