STAIC

AcronymDefinition
STAICState-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children
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Divergent validity was calculated in two ways: first, with a sub-sample n=180, comparing the results of the scale with the STAIC questionnaire (Spielberger, Goursch, & Lushene, 1989), and second, with another sub-sample n = 335, comparing the mean of the scale with the number of disciplinary sanctions.
The STAIC is designed to assess both state anxiety, which is how a person feels at the immediate time, and trait anxiety, which describes how likely a person is to react with anxiety to a threatening situation [62].
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RCMAS; Spence (2005) Children's Anxiety Scale (SCAS), child and parent; Behavior Assessment System for Children (BASC), parent and teacher Beidel et STAIC; CBCL; ADIS al.
O estudo da validade descriminante do ISQV-E com recurso ao STAIC (ansiedade) e ao CDI (depressao) revelou correlacoes positivas significativas: r= 0,15 comp = 0,014 er = 0,57 comp < 0,001, respetivamente.
After the definitive diagnosis, the patients and their parents were asked to fill the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children (STAIC) and the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory (PedsQL).
State test anxiety was measured by the twenty-item C-1 form of the State Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children (STAIC: Spielberger et al., 1973).
Several popular self-report measures of anxiety include the Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale (RCMAS; Reynolds and Richmond 1985), the revised Fear Survey Schedule for Children (RSSC-R; Ollendick 1983), the State-Trait Anxiety Scale for Children (STAIC; Speilberger 1973), and the Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children (MASC; March, Parker, Sullivan, Stallings, and Conners 1997).