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1. Dutch Norms for the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory: Comparisons with other Western Countries Full Text available with Trip Pro

Dutch Norms for the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory: Comparisons with other Western Countries The Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) is one of the most widely used and well-validated parent rating scales for children's disruptive behavior. This screening instrument is a short, targetted and easy to implement inventory with good psychometric properties and is normed for different countries, among which the United States, Spain, Sweden and Norway. The ECBI has been successfully used (...) for research and clinical purposes, in several countries including The Netherlands. To date, Dutch studies have relied on Scandinavian or US norm scores. However, this may be problematic because of cross-cultural differences in the degree to which certain behaviors are seen as problematic by parents. The main goal of this paper therefore was to obtain norm scores for The Netherlands among 6462 Dutch children aged 4 to 8 years (Mage = 6.37 years; SD = 1.32; 50.6% boys). In line with previous research, we

2017 Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment

2. Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory

Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Eyberg Child Behavior (...) Inventory Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Aka: Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory From Related Chapters II. Description Behavioral for ages 2.5 to 4 years Thirty six questions assessing behavior problems Conduct Aggression Attention Resultant score suggests referral or no referral Requires 5 minutes for parent to complete III. Efficacy : 80% : 86% IV. Resources and References Psychological Assessment Resources (Test Publisher) Developmental and Behavioral Screening Images: Related links to external sites

2018 FP Notebook

3. Service models for children under 10 with problematic sexual behaviours

• Parent–Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) • Game-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (GB-CBT) • Group Treatment for Preschool Children with Sexual Behavior Problems • The Sexualised Behaviour (under tens) Program Target group characteristics Across the five primary studies included, the targeted age range of children spanned from three to 11 years. While three years was the most common lower age cut-off d , the upper age cut-off varied between seven and 11 years. Regarding other characteristics (...) ) • Game-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (GB-CBT) • Group Treatment for Preschool Children with Sexual Behavior Problems • The Sexualised Behaviour (under tens) Program With the exception of the Sexualised Behaviour (under tens) Program, all models were delivered in the US. Most models used dyadic approaches that were based on cognitive behavioural and trauma-informed principles, but there was a mix of group-based and individual–dyad formats. The duration of services ranged from 12 weeks/sessions

2018 Sax Institute Evidence Check

4. Screening for disruptive behaviour problems in preschool children in primary health care settings

of mental health problems in children . However, advocacy toward much earlier identification and intervention is an important direction in current public health policy . Table 4. Standardized screening measures for preschool children at risk for disruptive disorders Child behavior checklist (CBCL) Strengths and difficulties questionnaire (SDQ) Preschool paediatric symptom checklist Ages and stages questionnaire: Social Emotional 2 Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Type of screening measure Broad Broad (...) that paediatric care settings underidentify behavioural disorders in preschool children, as they do for school-aged children . Factors contributing to underdiagnosis include time constraints, lack of training in how to identify, evaluate and manage childhood psychiatric disorders, and the limited number and accessibility of specialists to whom children and families can be referred . Opportunities for identification arise whenever parents express concern over a child’s behaviour, emotionality, social skills

2017 Canadian Paediatric Society

5. Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory

Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Eyberg Child Behavior (...) Inventory Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Aka: Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory From Related Chapters II. Description Behavioral for ages 2.5 to 4 years Thirty six questions assessing behavior problems Conduct Aggression Attention Resultant score suggests referral or no referral Requires 5 minutes for parent to complete III. Efficacy : 80% : 86% IV. Resources and References Psychological Assessment Resources (Test Publisher) Developmental and Behavioral Screening Images: Related links to external sites

2015 FP Notebook

6. Antisocial behaviour and conduct disorders in children and young people: recognition and management

using established rating scales of antisocial behaviour (for example, the Child Behavior Checklist and the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory). P Parent tr arent training progr aining programmes ammes 1.5.1 Offer a group parent training programme to the parents of children and young people aged between 3 and 11 years who: have been identified as being at high risk of developing oppositional defiant disorder or conduct disorder or or have oppositional defiant disorder or conduct disorder (...) a considerable proportion of the work of the health and social care system. For example, 30% of a typical GP's child consultations are for behavioural problems, 45% of community child health referrals are for behaviour disturbances and psychiatric disorders are a factor in 28% of all paediatric outpatient referrals. In addition, social care services have significant involvement with children and young people with conduct disorders, with more vulnerable or disturbed children often being placed with a foster

2013 National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence - Clinical Guidelines

7. Behavioural and cognitive?behavioural group?based parenting programmes for early?onset conduct problems in children aged 3 to 12 years Full Text available with Trip Pro

( ; ; ). Moreover, other findings indicate that parental distress and mental illness, substance abuse and disrupted family life (all of which can affect the quality of parent‐child interactions) are involved in the aetiology of early‐onset conduct problems ( ; ; ). However, the causal link between parental stress and depression and childhood problem behaviour may be bidirectional in that parents and children reciprocally affect and shape one another's behaviour ( ; ). For example, the parent who lacks positive (...) . Moreover, meta‐analyses within Dretzke 2009 and NICE 2006 selected specific measures from each study for an outcome (for example, the Eyberg Child Behaviour Inventory) and did not obtain the mean of a construct from several measures. Thus, the evidence for behavioural group‐based parenting programmes in reducing clinically significant conduct problems in young children remains unclear. The current review focused on examining the effectiveness of behavioural and cognitive‐behavioural group‐based

2012 Campbell Collaboration

8. Transdiagnostic, Cognitive and Behavioral Intervention for in School-aged Children With Emotional and Behavioral Disturbances

the two self-reported subscales: 'Physical Well-Being' and 'Psychological Well-Being'. The child's behavioural problems, reported by the parent on the Eyberg Child Behaviour Inventory (ECBI) [ Time Frame: Week 0, 18 and 26 ] The ECBI is a brief, parent-reported behavioral rating scale of externalizing problems in children of age 2-16 years. It consists of 36 items that assess typical problem behavior in children with oppositional and conduct disorders. Each item is rated on a 7-point Intensity Scale (...) Intervention/treatment Experimental: Mind My Mind (MMM) Mind My Mind (MMM) Behavioral: Mind My Mind (MMM) Mind My Mind (MMM) is a new transdiagnostic and modular cognitive and behavioural therapy (CBT) program comprising evidence-based interventions for children and adolescents with anxiety, depression or disruptive behavior. MMM manual consists of evidence-based CBT methods that are organized into modules. The intervention is tailored to the individual child by the dosing and the sequencing of the modules

2018 Clinical Trials

9. Validation of a cross-cultural instrument for child behavior problems: the Disruptive Behavior International Scale – Nepal version Full Text available with Trip Pro

factor analysis in the remaining half. We compared the classification accuracy and incremental validity of the DBIS-N and Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) using local defined behavior problems as criteria. Local criteria were assessed via parent report using: 1) local behavior problem terms, and 2) a locally developed vignette-based assessment.Ten items were selected for the final scale. The DBIS-N had good internal consistency (Cronbach's α: 0.84) and excellent test-retest reliability (...) )-a scale developed using ethnographic research in Nepal-and compares it with a widely used Western-derived scale in assessing locally defined child behavior problems.We assessed a population-based sample of 268 children ages 5-15 years old in Nepal for behavior problems with a pool of candidate items developed from ethnographic research. We selected final items for the DBIS-N using exploratory factor analysis in a randomly selected half of the sample and then evaluated the model fit using confirmatory

2018 BMC psychology

10. The promotion of well?being among children exposed to intimate partner violence: A systematic review of interventions Full Text available with Trip Pro

, Grip et al. ( ) employed a repeated measures design to evaluate the impact on behavioral functioning of a community‐based program for children exposed to IPV. Similarly, Herschell et al. ( ) examined preschool child behavior and mental health symptomatology before and after receiving Parent‐Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT). 6.1.3.8 No child‐level outcomes Twenty reports were excluded because they did not present child‐level outcomes. Studies excluded for this reason typically included outcomes (...) , trauma‐focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF‐CBT; Cohen, Mannarino, & Deblinger, ) is a clinic‐based intervention—rooted in learning and cognitive theories—addresses distorted beliefs and attributions related to the traumatic experiences and provides a supportive environment in which the child can talk about the traumatic experience or abuse. The treatment focuses on individual therapy sessions with children ages 3–18 years with parallel parent sessions that focus on the same elements

2019 Campbell Collaboration

11. In the Eye of the Beholder? Parent-Observer Discrepancies in Parenting and Child Disruptive Behavior Assessments Full Text available with Trip Pro

high levels of these behaviors might be indicators of negative perceiver bias or patterns of family dysfunctioning. Using restricted correlated trait-models, we analyzed cross-sectional observation (coded with the Dyadic Parent-Child Interaction Coding System) and survey data (Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory and Parenting Practices Interview) of 386 Dutch parent-child dyads with children aged 4-8 years (Mage = 6.21, SD = 1.33; 55.30% boys). Small associations between parent-reported and observed (...) In the Eye of the Beholder? Parent-Observer Discrepancies in Parenting and Child Disruptive Behavior Assessments This study examined parent-observer discrepancies in assessments of negative child behavior and negative parenting behavior to shed more light on correlates with these discrepancies. Specifically, we hypothesized that informant discrepancy between observers and parents on child behavior would be larger when parents reported high levels of negative parenting (and vice versa) because

2018 Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology

12. Feasibility study of a family- and school-based intervention for child behavior problems in Nepal Full Text available with Trip Pro

to assess behavioral changes over a 4-month follow-up period (n = 39). The primary outcome measure was the Disruptive Behavior International Scale-Nepal version (DBIS-N). The secondary outcome scales included the Child Functional Impairment Scale and the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI). Twelve key informant interviews were conducted with community stakeholders, including teachers, parents, and community members, to assess stakeholders' perceptions of the intervention.The study found (...) Feasibility study of a family- and school-based intervention for child behavior problems in Nepal This study evaluates the feasibility, acceptability, and outcomes of a combined school- and family-based intervention, delivered by psychosocial counselors, for children with behavior problems in rural Nepal.Forty-one children participated at baseline. Two students moved to another district, meaning 39 children, ages 6-15, participated at both baseline and follow-up. Pre-post evaluation was used

2018 Child and adolescent psychiatry and mental health

13. Parent?infant Psychotherapy for Improving Parental and Infant Mental Health: A Systematic Review Full Text available with Trip Pro

and behavioural adjustment such as the Infant and Toddler Social and Emotional Assessment (ITSEA) ( ), Eyberg Child Behaviour Inventory (ECBI) ( ), Behaviour Screening Questionnaire (BSQ) ( ), and the Child Behaviour Questionnaire (CBQ) ( ). Adverse effects Adverse effects of interventions were included as an outcome, including a worsening of outcome on any of the included measures. Secondary outcomes Parent outcomes Parental reflective function including, for example, Parent Development Interview (PDI (...) the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Copy URL Share a link Share on ). The Copenhagen Child Cohort Study (6090 infants) found a population prevalence of such regulatory problems (including emotional and behavioural, eating and sleeping disorders) in children aged 1.5 years in the region of 18% ( ; ). Some regulatory disturbances are stable over time with as many as 49.9% of infants and toddlers (aged 12 to 40 months) showing a continuity

2015 Campbell Collaboration

14. Behavioral Sleep Intervention in Children With Disruptive Behaviors

) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline (first visit) to midpoint 1 (after sleep or mealtime intervention, approximately 6 weeks after visit 1). ] Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory, Intensity Score Secondary Outcome Measures : Objective Estimate of Child Sleep Patterns (after sleep or control/mealtime intervention) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline (first visit) to midpoint 1 (after sleep or mealtime intervention, approximately 6 weeks after visit 1). ] Actigraphy, worn by child for 1 week at each time (...) crossover, approximately 12-14 weeks after baseline) ] Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory, Intensity Score Parental Sleep (after sleep or control/mealtime intervention) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline (first visit) to final (appoximately 3 months after visit 1). ] Actigraphy, worn by parent for 1 week at each time point Parental Stress (before and after sleep intervention; pre/post) [ Time Frame: Change from baseline (first visit) to midpoint 1 (after sleep, approximately 6 weeks after visit 1

2016 Clinical Trials

15. A Reexamination of Child Problem Behaviors as Measured by ECBI: Factor Structure and Measurement Invariance Across Two Parent Training Interventions. (Abstract)

A Reexamination of Child Problem Behaviors as Measured by ECBI: Factor Structure and Measurement Invariance Across Two Parent Training Interventions. The Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) is a widely used instrument that assesses disruptive problem behaviors via parent report. The present study compares three different conceptualizations of problem behaviors using traditional confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), a bifactor-CFA, and a bifactor exploratory structural equation model, whereof (...) the latter two represent novel conceptualizations of disruptive problem behaviors. Data were derived from 353 Norwegian parents assigned to parent management training-the Oregon model (PMTO; N = 137) or brief parent training (BPT; N = 216), who rated their child's problem behavior (age 3-12 years). The factor models were estimated within the PMTO and BPT samples, and in the total sample. Results showed that the bifactor-CFA, with a general problem behavior factor and three specific factors representing

2017 Assessment Controlled trial quality: uncertain

16. Behaviour change techniques for telephone-delivered and supported health coaching interventions

32 Parent–child reading style Child total number of utterances Child longest 5 utterances 0.09 0.18 -0.02 22 CHANGING BEHAVIOUR BY TELEPHONE: WHAT WORKS | SAX INSTITUTE Kierfeld et al. 67 (2013) Parents of preschool children with externalising problem behaviour (...) to parents of infants and toddlers 27 The evidence with respect to the tools used to assist decision-making regarding which BCT should be employed, and when 28 6 Conclusion 29 Question 1 29 Question 2 29 Question 3 29 7 References 30 CHANGING BEHAVIOUR BY TELEPHONE: WHAT WORKS | SAX INSTITUTE 1 Glossary of terms Acronyms BCT A Behaviour Change Technique is a method of attempting to alter a person’s behaviour. An extensive typology of 93 different BCTs is reported by Michie et al. 1 ECBI Eyberg Child

2015 Sax Institute Evidence Check

17. Interventions Targeting Sensory Challenges in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder - An Update

. Guex P, Halfon O. [Hegemonic model of autism: epistemological crossroads between medicine, family and politics]. Rev Med Suisse. 2011 Sep 21;7(309):1813-6. PMID: 22016936.X-1 659. Guiraud JA, Kushnerenko E, Tomalski P, et al. Differential habituation to repeated sounds in infants at high risk for autism. Neuroreport. 2011 Nov 16;22(16):845-9. doi: 10.1097/WNR.0b013e32834c0bec. PMID: 21934535.X-1 660. Hall HR, Graff JC. The relationships among adaptive behaviors of children with autism, family (...) ; 2011-08445-004. 687. Joosten A. Evidence-based occupational therapy with children with autism: using information about sensory processing to increase the child's participation in daily life...Occupational Therapy Australia, 24th National Conference and Exhibition, 29 June - 1 July 2011. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal. 2011;58:93- 1p. doi: 10.1111/j.1440-1630.2011.00938.x. PMID: 104690138. Language: English. Entry Date: 20111209. Revision Date: 20150711. Publication Type: Journal Article. X

2017 Effective Health Care Program (AHRQ)

18. Child Adult Relationship Enhancement in Pediatric Primary Care Parenting Group to Reduce Child Behavior Problems

if the modified PriCARE program decreases the intensity and frequency of behavior problems in 2- to 6-year-old children as measured by the change in ECBI score after 3-7 months compared to usual treatment for child behavior problems at CHOP's South Philadelphia Primary Care Center or Karabots Pediatric Care Center. As sub-analyses, we will determine 1) the impact of caregiver depression (as measured by the Brief Symptom Inventory, BSI) on the efficacy of PriCARE intervention to decrease behavioral problems (...) . Partnering with pediatric primary care: Lessons learned through collaborative colocation. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 2012;43(6):596-605. Eyberg SM, Ross AW. Assessment of Child Behavior Problems: The Validation of a New Inventory. J Clin Child Psycho. 1978. Abidin RR. Parenting Stress Index. 4th ed. Lutz, FL: PAR; 2012. Brestan EV JJ, Rayfield AD, Eybert SM. A consumer satisfaction measure for parent-child treatments and its relation to measures of child behavior change. Behavior

2016 Clinical Trials

19. A pilot effectiveness study of the Enhancing Parenting Skills (EPaS) 2014 programme for parents of children with behaviour problems: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

group.This is a pragmatic, multicentre randomised controlled trial. Sixty health visitors will each be asked to identify two families that have a child scoring above the clinical cut-off for behaviour problems using the Eyberg Child Behaviour Inventory (ECBI). Families recruited to the trial will be randomised in a 1:1 ratio into an intervention or waiting-list control group. Randomisation will occur within health visitor to ensure that each health visitor has one intervention family and one control (...) A pilot effectiveness study of the Enhancing Parenting Skills (EPaS) 2014 programme for parents of children with behaviour problems: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. The Enhancing Parenting Skills (EPaS) 2014 programme is a home-based, health visitor-delivered parenting support programme for parents of children with identified behaviour problems. This trial aims to evaluate the effectiveness of the EPaS 2014 programme compared to a waiting-list treatment as usual control

2015 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

20. Evaluation of a peer led parenting intervention for disruptive behaviour problems in children: community based randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

observed in the intervention group compared with the waitlist group, with no difference in parental stress between the groups. An intention to treat analysis for the primary outcome measure, the intensity subscale of the Eyberg child behaviour inventory, showed an intervention effect size of 0.38 (95% confidence interval 0.01 to 0.75, P=0.01). The intervention group had high rates of treatment retention (91.5%) and user satisfaction.The peer led parenting intervention significantly reduced child (...) Evaluation of a peer led parenting intervention for disruptive behaviour problems in children: community based randomised controlled trial. To evaluate the effectiveness of a peer led parenting intervention delivered to socially disadvantaged families.Randomised controlled trial.Schools and children's centres in a socially deprived borough of inner London.Parental caregivers seeking help with managing the problem behaviours of 116 index children, aged 2-11 years; 59 families were randomised

2012 BMJ Controlled trial quality: predicted high

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