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Note, however, that the Social Skills Rating System (SSRS) scales, in which the adapted questionnaire for this study is integrated, are not based on an exclusively behavioral design, instead incorporating a social validation perspective.
Self-report on the social skills rating system: Analysis of reliability and validity for an elementary sample.
Similarly, Buhrow, Hartshorne, and Bradley-Johnson (1998) found that children in first to sixth grade who were visually impaired showed significantly lower levels of social assertion than did a normed sample, when social assertion was measured using ratings by the children's parents on the Social Skills Rating System (SSRS; Gresham & Elliott, 1990).
Box 1 Items from the Social Skills Rating System Frequency with which the child: * joins groups without being told * makes friends easily * ends disagreements with a respondent calmly * seems confident in social situations * avoids situations that are likely to result in trouble * starts conversations rather than waiting for others to start * receives criticism well * controls his or her temper when arguing with other children * keeps working at something until he or she is finished * speaks in an appropriate tone at home * cooperates with family members without being asked to do so PROCEDURE
American Guidance Services: (Social Skills Rating System):
Social Skills Rating System. Cedar Pines, MN: American Guidance Service.
Social Skills Rating System. Circle Pines, MN: American Guidance Service.
Multirater congruence on the Social Skills Rating System: Mother, father, and teacher assessments of urban Head Start children's social competence.
Preschool version of the social skills rating system: An empirical analysis of its use with low-income children.
4.2 Social Skills Rating System Overview of SSRS (Gresham & Elliott, 1990) and Social Skills Questionnaire.
Lane and colleagues extended the work on elementary (in press) and secondary (2002) teachers' expectations by surveying teachers using a portion of the Social Skills Rating System (Gresham & Elliott, 1990) in addition to collecting additional demographic information on teacher characteristics.
Slate); (7) "Screening for Behavior Problems in Preschool: A Comparison of the Social Skills Rating System (SSRS) and a Structured Teacher Interview" (Ronald K.