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After trying other approaches, we ultimately found good discrimination between clinically referred and normal children by having parents report the quality and amount of their child's involvement in specific sports, nonsports activities, organizations, jobs and chores, friendships, and social relations, as well as several specific aspects of school progress. Because item formats varied and more than one item referred to a particular characteristic, the social competence items did not lend themselves to the empirical derivation of scales through multivariate analyses.

Parent reports, by contrast, may be more informative with respect to adaptation outside the classroom and may provide a better basis for formulating interventions that involve the family. Although it may be possible to integrate data from various informants into a single taxonomy, it may also be found that each source is more valuable if used to make the taxonomic distinctions that it does best. 4. A Taxometric Approach None of the approaches reviewed here has a monopoly on truth. Each is responsive to different needs on the part of practitioners and researchers.

615). Achenbach, T. M. The Child Behavior Profile. I. Boys aged 6-11. Journal of COllsultillg alld Clinical Psychology, 1978, 46, 478-488. Achenbach, T. M. The Child Behavior Profile: An empirically based system for assessing children's behavioral problems and competencies. llltemational Joumal of Mental Health, 1979, 7, 24-42. Achenbach, T. M. DSM-III in light of empirical research on the classification of child psychopathology. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 1980, 19, 395-412.

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