CASQ

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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)
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Children's Attributional Style Questionnaire (CASQ; Seligman et al., 1984) is a 48-item forced choice measure of attributional style for children aged 8-13 years.
Assessment involved a semistructured interview for the parents, and administration of several questionnaires to the children to determine their attributional style, including the Beck Depression Inventory, the Children's Attributional Style Questionnaire, and the Children's Cognitive Assessment Questionnaire, and the Depressive Experiences Questionnaire.
The KASTAN: A children's attributional style questionnaire. Unpublished manuscript, University of Pennsylvania.
The Children's Attributional Style Questionnaire (CASQ; Kaslow, Tanenbaum & Seligman, 1978; Seligman, Peterson, Kaslow, Tanenbaum, Alloy & Abramson, 1984) is a 48-item forced-choice measure designed to assess attributional style in children ages 8 to 18 years.
In terms of cross-cultural utility of the measures, results of the current study supported the comparability of New Zealand children's performance on some aspects of the three self-report measures (Children's Depression Inventory, Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale-Revised, and Children's Attributional Style Questionnaire) with that of overseas children.
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