BASC

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AcronymDefinition
BASCBritish Association for Shooting and Conservation
BASCBehavior Assessment System for Children
BASCBachelor of Applied Science
BASCBarrow Arctic Science Consortium
BASCBusiness Alliance for Secure Commerce (Wilmington, DE)
BASCBusiness Anti-Smuggling Coalition (Customs and Border Protection)
BASCBerkeley APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) Study Center
BASCBritish Association of Skin Camouflage (UK)
BASCBay Area Showcase Chorus (Santa Clara, CA)
BASCBachelor of Arts and Sciences (Melbourne University)
BASCBluegrass Association of Southern California
BASCBoard on Atmospheric Science and Climate
BASCBedford Ambulatory Surgical Center
BASCBulacan Agricultural State College (Philippines)
BASCBerkeley Atmospheric Sciences Center
BASCBengali Association of Southern California
BASCBuckeye Australian Shepherd Club (Ohio)
BASCBay Area Single Christians
BASCBurnham Association of Sports Clubs (Somerset, UK)
BASCBeekeepers Association of Southern California
BASCBoonsboro Area Soccer Club
BASCBinary Asymmetric Channel
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BASC-2 testing: no significant issues identified 40 Female Persistent cough Excess energy 38 Male none Trouble sleeping, decreased memory function (self- reported) Age Other adverse health effects (yrs) 7 Skin rashes; sore, watery eyes 8 Sore, watery eyes 11 Sore, watery eyes 40 Sore, watery eyes; weight loss; improved distance vision 38 Sore, watery eyes; dizziness and blurry vision while cleaning contaminated areas Abbreviations: BASC-2 = Behavior Assessment System for Children, Second Edition; ADHD = attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Temporal stability and convergent validity of the Behavior Assessment System for Children. Journal of School Psychology, 39, 253-265.
-.43 ** -.04 Note: BASC-PRS-P = Behavior Assessment System for Children, Parent Rating Scale, Preschool form.
The social rating scales used included the Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC), Social Skills Rating System (SSRS), Behavior Evaluation Scale-2, Child Behavior Checklist, and Burks Behavior Rating Scale.
In addition, scores on the Behavior Assessment System for Children subscales of depression, hyperactivity, atypicality, and somatization were significantly improved after surgery, compared with presurgery scores for children in both groups, and the scores did not differ significantly between the groups.
The Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC), developed by Reynolds and Kamphaus (1992), was designed to assess children and adolescents for emotional and behavioral disorders in order to develop treatment plans.
Behavior Assessment System for Children: A multidimensional screening tool for children aged 2-18 years.
She and her associates collected data on 74 boys and girls who were referred to the enuresis conditioning clinic at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., between 1998 and 2004 and whose parents had completed the Behavior Assessment System for Children. The children's average age was 9 years.