CASQ

AcronymDefinition
CASQCalsequestrin
CASQChildren's Attributional Style Questionnaire (psychological evaluation)
CASQChinese Association for Software Quality
CASQCentre for Academic Standards and Quality (Nottingham Trent University; UK)
CASQConners Abbreviated Symptom Questionnaire (disruptive behaviors)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Children in the comparison school population met the following inclusion criteria: a) age and gender matched to the T & A sample, b) no history of obstructive sleep apnea, c) a score within the normative range of the Cleveland Adolescent Sleepiness Questionnaire (CASQ) (Spilsbury et al., 2007), and d) body mass index (BMI) less than 95%.
The CASQ mean score for the age and gender-matched school sample (n = 13) was 30.92 (SD = 6.14), with a range of scores from 24 to 43.
The girls' comments about antisemitism were analyzed with reference to the numerical ratings they gave their lives, their scores on the CASQ, the type of school they attended (public or Jewish), and the kind of Judaism with which their family identified.
With regard to psychometric characteristics, moderate coefficient alphas were reported for the CASQ Total Composite, Positive Total, and Negative Total scores (.73, .71, and .66 respectively; Seligman et al., 1984).
The BDI, LOC, CASQ, and HSC were administered as part of the self-report battery.
Social Justice--From the Civic Attitudes and Skills Questionnaire (CASQ)
We carried out analyses of variance for each of seven attitude scales from the HES-LS and CASQ. Each analysis included Preference and Match as between-subjects variables and Time of Test as a repeated measure, with Gender and Social Desirability as covariates.
Psychometric properties and correlates of civic attitudes and skills questionnaire (CASQ): A measure of students' attitudes related to service-learning.
Psychometric properties and correlates of the Civic Attitudes and Skill Questionnaire (CASQ): A measure of students' attitudes related to service-learning.
Civic attitudes was measured using three factors of the Civic Attitudes and Skills Questionnaire (CASQ) developed by Moely, Mercer, Ilustre, Miron and McFarland (2002) to measure civic attitudes and responsibilities.
The Civic Attitudes and Skills Questionnaire (CASQ) was used to assess students' self-evaluations.
The present study reports on developing the Civic Attitudes and Skills Questionnaire (CASQ), on which college students can describe attitudes and skills that may be affected by a service-learning experience.