Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) . CES 728 Advanced Assessment Regent University, Summer 2010. Taquisa Simmons, James Dalton, Nora Coleman, Angel Knoverek. Purpose. Self-report measure of posttraumatic distress and related psychological symptomatology (Briere, 1996).
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CES 728 Advanced Assessment
Regent University, Summer 2010
Taquisa Simmons, James Dalton, Nora Coleman, Angel Knoverek
ON VIDEO - Review sample answers, scores and Example 1 - pages 8-10
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