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Mental health of 1 st graders. Social Skills Rating System ( Gresham & Elliott 1990) Problems rated from 1 (never) to 4 (very often) Four outcomes Learning problems difficulties with attentiveness, task persistence, and flexibility Externalizing problems

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mental health of 1 st graders
Mental health of 1st graders
  • Social Skills Rating System (Gresham & Elliott 1990)
  • Problems rated from 1 (never) to 4 (very often)
  • Four outcomes
    • Learning problems
      • difficulties with attentiveness, task persistence, and flexibility
    • Externalizing problems
      • how often the child argues, fights, disturbs activities, and acts impulsively
    • Interpersonal problems
      • difficulties in forming friendships, dealing with others, expressing feelings, and showing sensitivity
    • Internalizing problems
      • anxiety, loneliness, low self-esteem, sadness
five explanatory variables
Five explanatory variables
  • Lack of classroom resources
    • always (1), usually (2), sometimes (3), never (4) adequate
  • Low respect from colleagues
    • strongly disagree (1) to strongly agree (5)
  • Low standards at the school
    • strongly disagree (1) to strongly agree (5)
  • Interference from paperwork and behavior
    • strongly disagree (1) to strongly agree (5
  • Students reading below grade level
    • number of students
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Learning problems
    • The impact of lack of resources and low respect from colleagues were each as great at the impact of socio-economic status (SES), as was the impact of having five students reading below grade level
  • Externalizing problems
    • Lack of resources, low respect, low standards, and interference each had an impact around half that of SES
  • Interpersonal problems
    • Lack of resources, low respect, and interference each had an impact around from one-third to two-thirds that of SES
  • Internalizing problems
    • Lack of resources had around twice, and low esteemfrom colleagues around half, the impact of SES
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