Psiquiatria Clínica, 7(3), 203-207. Tem publicado e apresentado inúmeros trabalhos nas seguintes áreas: Cronociências, Psicofisiologia, Neurociências, Psicologia Clínica e Psicopatologia. On the other hand, symptoms like squirmy (.4%), truant (1.1%) and tics (1.9%) were rated as not so often present. [ Links ], Fowler, P. C. & Park, R. M. (1979). The questionnaire ratings were compared with a contemporaneous psychiatric study of behaviour disturbance for each child. Regarding the reliability, this scale has been mainly assessed for test-retest and inter-ratter reliability. All pupils were out of the mid-class social status and had not been referenced (or being in treatment) for any psychiatric or psychological services. In this study, mothers completed the SDQ and the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) on 132 children aged 4 through 7 and drawn from psychiatric and … & Cohen, P. (1990). In our study, we constructed the deviant categories based on the internalising and externalising scales. Teachers report feeling poorly equipped to deal with behavioural problems, often pointing to their lack of experience and preparation (Martin, Linfoot & Stephenson, 1999). (1997). This classification has been adopted in many studies as a useful way to systematise the spectrum and prevalence of psychiatric symptoms and disorders, and their antecedents, and thus to promote psychiatric services for children, and to develop preventive measures in the field of child mental health (Costello, Burns, Angold & Leaf, 1993). [ Links ], McGee, R., Silva, P. A. More measures of disruptive behaviours should be used to evaluate children's classroom behaviour. Factor structure of the Rutter children's behaviour questionnaire in a primary school population in a developing country. Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London. T2 - A comparison between two screening instruments. How teachers respond to concerns about misbehaviour in their classroom. School health services are making the first steps in Portugal, and educational psychologists are not always present in each school setting. An exploratory factor analysis, was performed to verify underlying dimensions of the Portuguese RCBQ. Foi encontrada uma estrutura fatorial de dois fatores, que exibiu uma fidelidade e valores de teste-reteste aceitáveis ao longo de um período de 3 meses. Your comment will be reviewed and published at the journal's discretion. [ Links ], Almqvist, F., Kumpulainen, K., Ikäheimo, K., Linna, S-L., Hentonnen, I., Huikko, E., Tuompo-Johansson, E., Aronen, E., Puura, K., Piha, J., Tamminen, T., Räsänen, E. & Moilanen, I. Behavioural and emotional symptoms in 8-9 year old children. The Preschool Behaviour Questionnaire has been widely used in North-America to study social competencies and behavioural problems of preschool children. This increased a world-wide consensus regarding the urge for primary prevention, early detection, and proper management of behavioural and emotional disorders. & Mortimore, P. (1979). Like other child questionnaires, this will ask for the child's details, along with a list of questions to gauge and evaluate their behavior. [ Links ], Ekblad, S. (1990). All values were considerably high (p = .001) for both retest moments. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 31, 775-791. [ Links ], Verhulst, F. C. & Akkerhuis, G. W. (1989). (1989). A large sample of 7-year-old children (n = 940) was rated by teachers using the Rutter Child Scale B, a 26-item questionnaire covering a variety of behavioural problems. Temperament dimensions for which CBQ scales have been developed have been adapted from dimensions we have studied in both adults and infants. Psychological problems in Ugandan schoolchildren: a controlled evaluation. Search for more papers by this author. Thus, for children who have an emotional or behavioural disorder, there will be perhaps very little skilled help available. (1992a). Once completed the questionnaire, they were placed in an envelope and returned to the school's main office, where they were picked up from the school secretaries by members of the research team. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. [ Links ], Martin, A., Linfoot, K. & Stephenson, J. Both reliability and test-retest values show that this questionnaire is a suitable tool for teachers at assessing children's behaviour in classroom context. [ Links ], Zimmermann-Tansella, C., Minchetti, T., Tacconi, A. Teachers' beliefs and educational research: cleaning up a messy construct. The medicalization of society. A CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR QUESTIONNAIRE FOR COMPLETION BY TEACHERS: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS. & van der Ende, J. [ Links ], Lawrence, J. CHILDREN’S BEHAVIOR QUESTIONNAIRE: PARENT VERSION (ABBREVIATED) On the next several pages you will see a set of statements that describe children’s reactions to a number of situations. The correlation coefficients varied of .39 to .89, and were all significant for p = .001. Fifteen Thousand Hours. Search for more papers by this author. André Sourander, Lotta Lempinen, Anat Brunstein Klomek, Changes in Mental Health, Bullying Behavior, and Service Use Among Eight-Year-Old Children Over 24 Years, Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 10.1016/j.jaac.2016.05.018, 55, 8, (717-725.e2), (2016). The Children’s Behavior Questionnaire has been designed to measure temperament in children aged 3 to 7 years. The children's Behaviour Questionnaire for completion by teachers in an Italian sample: preliminary results. Six year developmental course of internalising and externalising problem behaviours. Caron & Rutter, 1991). Although the high disturbance rates obtained on the teacher questionnaire are similar to what other surveys in similar areas have found (Kolvin et al., 1981; Rutter, 1973), they may reflect a pervasive bias among teachers to overrate the items, perhaps in an attempt to draw attention to problems with children in their classes. Mechanical response of porcine hind leg muscles under dynamic tensile loading. Comparative properties (reliability and time of completion) of the two scales are presented and discussed. The teachers then completed the Rutter Child Behaviour Questionnaire (Teachers' Scale) for the same children. Preview. The teachers then completed the Rutter Child Behaviour Questionnaire (Teachers' Scale) for the same children. Developmental Psychology, 10(5), 601-610. S. O. Iloeje, BSc, MB, BCh, FMCPaed, FWACP, Joyce Meme, MSc, Rutter's Behaviour Scale (B2) for Children (Teacher's Scale): Validation and Standardization for Use on Nigerian Children, Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, Volume 38, Issue 5, October 1992, Pages 235–239, https://doi.org/10.1093/tropej/38.5.235. [ Links ], Offord, D. R., Boyle, M. H. & Racine, Y. Search for more papers by this author. A total of 970 Portuguese mid class children (530 girls and 440 boys) aged between 8 to 11 years (M=8.47; SD=.771) were evaluated. [ Links ], Wang, Y. F., Shen, Y. C., Gu, B. M., Jia, M. X. Search for more papers by this author. Why are London children so disturbed? [ Links ], Ferdinand, R. F., Verhulst, F. C., Wiznitzer, M. (1995). Michael Rutter. Verificou-se que 16,1% dos alunos apresentavam algum problema ao nível do comportamento, e foram descritos pelos professores como os sintomas mais prevalentes: ansiedade (3,1%), preocupação (5,1%) e dificuldades de concentração (1,.1%). The Social Communication Questionnaire. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 856-860. & Zhang, A. L. (1989). Some items have rather weak relations to their latent factors. Student Behaviour Questionnaire 1. International Journal of Early Years Education, 1(3), 35-47. We would like you to tell us what your child’s reaction is likely to be in those situations. In the course of the years, the scale has been successively analyzed by factor analysis in order to describe the internal structure of the items. The procedure for the retest was similar; there were two retest evaluations, the first retest was after a 30-days period and the second one after a 3-month period. Then, this Child Behavior Questionnaire should help. Further, this scale does not include many questions about somatic symptoms, such as bronchial asthma, headaches or body pain. Use Template. British Journal of Educational Studies, 32(1), 4-17. Table 3 presents the correlation coefficients found be tween the first evaluation and each subsequent RCBQ score. Journal of Public Health, 133, 233-236. @article{Rutter1967ACB, title={A children's behaviour questionnaire for completion by teachers: preliminary findings. The teachers then completed the Rutter Child Behaviour Questionnaire (Teachers' Scale) for the same children. In order to provide a better understanding of the individual's position in the normative sample we converted the raw subscale scores and global score to percentile ranks. (1999). The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) is a brief behavioral screening questionnaire that can be completed in 5 minutes by the parents or teachers of children aged 4 to 16; there is a self-report version for 11- to 16-year-olds. Considering a cut off score higher than the 80th percentile, a value of nine points at the RCBQ global score, such as considered in previous studies (Azevedo et al., 1986; Rutter, 1967), we noticed that 16.1% of our sample exhibited some behavioural problems. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 20, 595-611. New York: Harper and Row. The Children's Behaviour Questionnaire for Completion by Parents and Teachers in a Chinese Sample. [ Links ], Nunnally, J. C., & Bemstein, I. H. (1994). Table 1). Behavioural and emotional problems are typically measured by symptom scales and, from a statistical point of view, the deviant category (syndrome) is defined by cut points on the scale. Research undertaken in Europe and across the Atlantic has clearly revealed that progressively younger children than ever have been perceived as exhibiting behaviour problems in educational settings (Clarizio & McCoy, 1983; Lawrence & Steed, 1984; Papatheodorou & Ramasut, 1993). Please check your email address / username and password and try again. The children's scores on the Rutter Scale were matched against the teacher's grouping, the aim being to identify the Rutter Score that separates the children into two 'behaviour' groups that agree most closely with the teachers' own grouping. Nos últimos anos, tem-se dedicado a estudar as perturbações do comportamento alimentar e as perturbações de sono. An epidemiological study of behaviour problems in schoolchildren in urban areas of Beijing. [ Links ], Verhulst, F. C. & van der Ende, J. The findings suggest that the translated scale could serve as a rapid and useful screening instrument in clinical and in research settings. This paper aimed a twofold purpose: (a) to determine the psychometric properties of the RCBQ for completion by teachers and, (b) to determine behavioural and emotional problems in young children, as they occur in the classroom, based on teachers report. Like other child questionnaires, this will ask for the child's details, along with a list of questions to gauge and evaluate their behavior. In the present study, some gender differences were found regarding to abnormal behaviour, although these differences should not be overemphasized before performing a larger study which takes differences in the social and demographic background of the family in terms of social class, family size, crowding index, parents' education, birth order and parental death into account. There are problems in measuring comorbidity in epidemiological research. New York: Oxford University Press. [ Links ], Fombonne, E. (1994). Website Questionnaire Form. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 30, 123-136. The Rutter Children’s Behaviour Questionnaire (Rutter, 1967) for completion by teachers is a 26- item survey designed to evaluate children’s behaviour at school. 1967 May;8(1):1-11. Furthermore, they will be able to develop a setting, in which children can reach high achievements, experiences, emotional and social well-being. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health, 7, 265-285. Comorbidity, on the other hand, is not dimensional but by definition entails caseness. The Rutter scale, which was used for screening, describes general mental health problems and does not focus on specific stress-related problems. [ Links ], Caron, C. & Rutter, M. (1991). [ Links ], Verhulst, F. C. & van der Ende, J. Throughout the last years some data has highlighted problematic rates of emotional and behavioural problems in school-aged children (e.g. [ Links ], McGee, R., Williams, S., Bradshaw, J., Chapel, J. L., Robins, A. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, v24 n2 p213-22 Apr 1983 Data from use of Rutter's Children's Behavior Questionnaire in a developing country suggest that the scale's factor structure is stable over sex and racial groups. Herewith the final factor structure for the Portuguese RCBQ were as followed:  Factor 1 - Extrovert behaviour disorder - comprises 11 items (items: bullying, disobedient, aggressiveness, lying, irritable, destroying, restless, squirmy,  unconcentrated and violent), and Factor 2 - Introvert behaviour disorder - aggregate 15 items (items: disliked, fussy, anxious,  painful, nail biting, solitary, unhappy, apathetic, tearful, truant, tics, stuttering, absent, worried and sucking). Search for more papers by this author. Validity of the teachers' grouping was confirmed, using as reference measure the findings from traditional psychological assessment of the children. The forty-five teachers who participated were all females, aged between 35 and 55 years (M=43.59; SD=7.9), with a minimum of 8 years of teaching experience and know each pupil at least for one and a half year period. A two factor structure was found to be suitable, exhibiting an acceptable reliability and test-retest values along a 3-month period. Latent Variable Analysis of the Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire. [ Links ], Kolvin, I., Garside, R. F., Nicol, A. R., Macmillan, A., Wolstenholme, F. & Leitch, I. M. (1981). Venables et al., 1983). The item-scale correlations for the remaining items ranged from .32 to .69. Of note, no statistically significant differences for gender and school grade were found regarding the total and subscales scores. Preview. Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London. The Child Behaviour Checklist and the Rutter Parental Questionnaire: a comparison between two screening instruments - Volume 19 Issue 3 Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. Register, Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Attending to a comprehensive review of the published estimates of the prevalence of these disorders in different countries they vary widely from 3% to 39%, with a median of 12% (McGee, Silva & Williams, 1984; Verhulst, 1995; Verhulst & van der Ende, 1992a;). All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License, https://doi.org/10.1590/S1413-82712009000200004. Children's problems at school show a somewhat different spectrum compared with home (Offord, Boyle & Racine, 1989; Verhulst & Akkerhuis, 1989), and teachers provide unique information for evaluating the severity of children's psychopathology (Verhulst & van der Ende, 1997). The Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire (Rutter, 1967) for completion by teachers is a 26- item survey designed to evaluate children's behaviour at school. (1993). To establish the psychometric properties of the RCBQ for completion by teachers and to determine behavioural and emotional problems in young children, as they occur in the classroom, we asked 45 elementary school teachers of the north of Portugal to rate classroom behaviour of their pupils based on Rutter Children’s Behaviour Questionnaire for teachers. This is less than that described for inner London children (19.1%) (Rutter, 1973), in Uganda (18%) (Minde, 1976) and in Lusaka (14.8%) (Lin & Ebrahim, 1991), but higher than the frequency observed in Finland (13.9%) (Almqvist et al., 1999), in Bangladesh (13.4%) (Rabbani & Hossain, 1999), in Saudi Arabia (13.4%) (Abolfotouh, 1997) and in Beijing (8.3%) (Wang, Shen, Gu, Jia & Zhang, 1989). Possible ratings on the scale range from 0 to 52. Selecting measures of emotional and behavioral disorders of childhood for use in general populations. & Steed, D. M. (1984). Although, there was an item that needed to be excluded of the obtained structure, respectively the item concerning thievish activities. Items were adapted from previously existing questionnaires, including the Infant Behavior Questionnaire (Rothbart, 1981) and the Physiological Reactions Questionnaire (Derryberry & Rothbart, 1988). The questionnaire is generally completed with a paper and a pencil. CHILDREN’S BEHAVIOR QUESTIONNAIRE: PARENT VERSION (ABBREVIATED) On the next several pages you will see a set of statements that describe children’s reactions to a number of situations. Help starts here: the maladjusted child in the ordinary school. (1996). Moreover the reliability values decrease to .72 and .50 when considered as inter-ratter evaluation (Rutter, 1967; Zimmermann-Tansella et al., 1980). Website Questionnaire Form. Once determined a two-factor solution we analysed the internal consistency, item means and item-scale correlation of the RCBQ Global Score and their subscales (extrovert behaviour disorder and introvert behaviour disorder) were calculated. [ Links ] Serrão, F., Klein, J. M. & Gonçalves, A. Palavras-chave: epidemiologia; psicopatologia da infância; problemas de comportamento; sala de aula. Other important issues, which also should be extended in future studies, are the possible mediating factors, such as family functioning, parenting capacity, and social and peer relationships. A linear regression analysis, using the total score of the Rutter scale as an independent variable, predicts a value of 41 as the optimal cut-off to be used for the Child Behaviour Checklist. The aim of the present study was: a) to determine the psychometric properties of the RCBQ for completion by teachers and, (b) to determine behavioural and emotional problems in young children, as they occur in the classroom, based on teachers report. New York: McGraw-Hill. School influences. Thus, this scale showed to be a reliable measure for assessing behavioural and emotional problems among schoolchildren. London: Open Books. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics, 37, 303-309. The Rutter Children’s Behaviour Questionnaire (Rutter, 1967) for completion by teachers is a 26- item survey designed to evaluate children’s behaviour at school. Answers are rated on a scale of 0 to 2, with higher ratings indicating more severe presence of the symptoms. Teachers' attitudes towards children's behaviour problems. Additionally, the influence of forms of support, such as a school psychologist or welfare coordinator, should also be taken into account to evaluate teachers confidence in behaviour management. School, however, has an independent impact on children's development (Kasen, Johnson & Cohen, 1990; Ouston, Mauhgan & Mortimore, 1980; Rutter, Mauhgan & Mortimore, 1979). Solvig Ekblad. Alda Gonçalves é licenciada em Psicologia pela Universidade do Minho (Portugal), onde atualmente está completando o Mestrado em Psicologia Clínica. Comorbidity: concepts, claims and choices. A children's behaviour questionnaire for completion by teachers: preliminary findings. DOI: 10.1111/J.1469-7610.1967.TB02175.X Corpus ID: 9077633. (2001). A Behaviour Rating Scale for the pre-school child. Keywords: epidemiology; child psychopathology; behavior problems; classroom. Agreement between parents' and teachers' ratings of behavioural/emotional problems of children aged 4-12. [ Links ], Forlin, C., Douglas, G. & Hattie, J. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 3, 274-283. Educational Studies, 10, 87-92. [ Links ], Rabbani, M. G. & Hossain, M. M. (1999). Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30, 384-394. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 26, 727-739. Answers are rated on a scale of 0 to 2, with higher ratings indicating more severe presence of the symptoms. Problemas de Sono-vigilia em Crianças: um estudo da prevalência. [ Links ], Papatheodorou, T. & Ramasut, A. A CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR QUESTIONNAIRE FOR COMPLETION BY TEACHERS: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS Rutter, Michael 1967-05-01 00:00:00 institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London INTRODUCTION AN OVERALL psychiatric assessment of the child requires the combination of several different approaches to the measurement of the cliild's behaviour (Rutter and Graham, 1966), but as … Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 32, 1063-1080. [ Links ], Klein, J. M., Gonçalves, A., Silva, C. F. & Peixoto, T. (2008). Analyzed the data from the Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire (M. Rutter, 1967) from 450 Swedish children in grades 2, 5, and 8 using latent variable analysis. Em F. C.  Verhulst & H. M. Koot (Orgs.). Don't already have an Oxford Academic account? British Journal of Psychiatry, 164, 69-79. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Applied Disciplines, 30, 907-912. Psychometric theory (3rd ed.). Teachers only rated a maximum of ten pupils in order to avoid possible ratter biases. TY - JOUR. Given the lack of psychometric properties of the Portuguese RCBQ, the factor structure and reliability was determined; normative data and estimation of behavioural and emotional related problems of elementary school children were also calculated. Consequently, management of such problems appears to become an imperative duty for teachers. [ Links ], Minde, K. K. (1976). Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Vol. & Cohen, P. (1989). 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