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1. Dutch Norms for the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory: Comparisons with other Western Countries (Full text)

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 PubMed

2. Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory

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2018 FP Notebook

3. 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

4. Validation of a cross-cultural instrument for child behavior problems: the Disruptive Behavior International Scale – Nepal version (Full text)

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 (...) Validation of a cross-cultural instrument for child behavior problems: the Disruptive Behavior International Scale – Nepal version Obtaining accurate and valid measurements of disruptive behavior disorders remains a challenge in non-Western settings due to variability in societal norms for child behavior and a lack of tools developed outside of Western contexts. This paper assesses the reliability and construct validity of the Disruptive Behavior International Scale - Nepal version (DBIS-N

2018 BMC psychology PubMed

5. Do evidence-based interventions work when tested in the "real world?" A systematic review and meta-analysis of parent management training for the treatment of child disruptive behavior

used a combination of group sessions in combination with homework and other elements. Outcomes assessed included the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) and its subscales, Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) Externalizing scale and the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) conduct problems scale. Three reviewers assessed the abstracts for further consideration; full texts of potentially eligible studies were assessed by another reviewer and discrepancies were resolved by consensus (...) Do evidence-based interventions work when tested in the "real world?" A systematic review and meta-analysis of parent management training for the treatment of child disruptive behavior Do evidence-based interventions work when tested in the "real world?" A systematic review and meta-analysis of parent management training for the treatment of child disruptive behavior Do evidence-based interventions work when tested in the "real world?" A systematic review and meta-analysis of parent management

2013 DARE.

6. In the Eye of the Beholder? Parent-Observer Discrepancies in Parenting and Child Disruptive Behavior Assessments (Full text)

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 PubMed

7. Feasibility study of a family- and school-based intervention for child behavior problems in Nepal (Full text)

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 PubMed

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

specialist at the discretion of their pediatrician and the office social worker for additional diagnosis and treatment and/or provided with a 1-2 page informational handout on child behavior problems from the CHOP patient care manual. Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Change in Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) score between baseline and time 3. [ Time Frame: baseline (time 1), 6-19 weeks (time 2), and 14-27 weeks (time 3) ] The primary objective of this study is to determine (...) . 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

9. Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE): A Randomized Trial of a Parent Training for Child Behavior Problems. (PubMed)

and parenting attitudes were measured at baseline (0 weeks), program completion (9 weeks), and 7 weeks after program completion (16 weeks) using the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) and the Adult Adolescent Parenting Inventory 2 (AAPI2). Linear regression models compared mean ECBI and AAPI2 change scores from 0 to 16 weeks in the PriCARE and control groups, adjusted for baseline scores.Of those randomized to PriCARE, 43% attended 3 or more sessions. Decreases in mean ECBI intensity and problem scores (...) Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE): A Randomized Trial of a Parent Training for Child Behavior Problems. Child-Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE) is a 6-session group parent training designed to teach positive parenting skills. Our objective was to measure PriCARE's impact on child behavior and parenting attitudes.Parents of children 2 to 6 years old with behavior concerns were randomized to PriCARE (n = 80) or control (n = 40). Child behavior

2016 Academic pediatrics

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

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

11. Treating Child Disruptive Behavior in High-Risk Families: A Comparative Effectiveness Trial from a Community-Based Implementation. (Full text)

 = 67.7, SD = 15.9) were referred for treatment, and they and their parent(s) were randomly assigned to PCIT or FCT. Treatment effectiveness was measured primarily by the degree of improvement on child behavior problems, using the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory. Secondary outcomes included parent and teacher report data and independent observations of parenting skills and child behavior. During the trial, randomization was violated by treatment crossovers (from FCT to PCIT). Intention-to-treat (...) Treating Child Disruptive Behavior in High-Risk Families: A Comparative Effectiveness Trial from a Community-Based Implementation. Parent management training programs have proven the most effective way to treat child behavior problems. This study reports on an effectiveness trial of a community-based implementation of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) in comparison with the Dutch-developed Family Creative Therapy (FCT). Forty-five children (58 % boys) aged between 32 and 102 months (M

2016 Journal of Child and Family Studies PubMed

12. Parent-Child Relationships in Type 1 Diabetes: Associations Among Child Behavior, Parenting Behavior, and Pediatric Parenting Stress. (Full text)

. Data are available from 86 preadolescent-parent dyads who participated in the initial baseline assessment of a randomized controlled trial designed to assess the efficacy of an adherence promotion program. Measures included the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory, the Diabetes Family Behavior Checklist, and the Pediatric Inventory for Parents. After controlling for significant demographic and medical characteristics, parents who reported their child's behavior as more problematic reported more (...) Parent-Child Relationships in Type 1 Diabetes: Associations Among Child Behavior, Parenting Behavior, and Pediatric Parenting Stress. Interactions between parents and children can influence behavioral and emotional functioning related to Type 1 diabetes (T1D), yet have been relatively unexplored during preadolescence. The present study examined associations among child problem behaviors, critical parenting behaviors, and pediatric parenting stress in a sample of preadolescent youth with T1D

2014 Families, systems & health : the journal of collaborative family healthcare PubMed

13. Parental training improves a child’s disruptive behaviours regardless of socio-economic disadvantage or ethnicity

. The reviewers had to make assumptions to combine data from trials using different measures . Behaviours were rated on the 36-item Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Intensity scale (ECBI-I), in which higher numbers indicate a higher level of disruptive behaviours. What did it find? At two months following programme completion, the intervention had led to a moderate reduction in parent-rated disruptive behaviour, compared to a waiting list control, minimal intervention or usual care. Unadjusted pooled (...) of practitioners were certified in Incredible Years. Unavoidably, parents and practitioners were aware of their allocation to treatment groups; the reviewers assessed trials as having a low risk of bias. The reviewers had to make assumptions to combine data from trials using different measures . Behaviours were rated on the 36-item Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Intensity scale (ECBI-I), in which higher numbers indicate a higher level of disruptive behaviours. What did it find? At two months following

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

14. Parental training improves a child’s disruptive behaviours regardless of socio-economic disadvantage or ethnicity

. The reviewers had to make assumptions to combine data from trials using different measures . Behaviours were rated on the 36-item Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Intensity scale (ECBI-I), in which higher numbers indicate a higher level of disruptive behaviours. What did it find? At two months following programme completion, the intervention had led to a moderate reduction in parent-rated disruptive behaviour, compared to a waiting list control, minimal intervention or usual care. Unadjusted pooled (...) of practitioners were certified in Incredible Years. Unavoidably, parents and practitioners were aware of their allocation to treatment groups; the reviewers assessed trials as having a low risk of bias. The reviewers had to make assumptions to combine data from trials using different measures . Behaviours were rated on the 36-item Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Intensity scale (ECBI-I), in which higher numbers indicate a higher level of disruptive behaviours. What did it find? At two months following

2018 NIHR Dissemination Centre

15. 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

16. Parenting for Lifelong Health for young children: a randomized controlled trial of a parenting program in South Africa to prevent harsh parenting and child conduct problems. (PubMed)

.Two hundred and ninety-six caregivers, whose children showed clinical levels of conduct problems (Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory Problem Score, >15), were randomly assigned using a 1:1 ratio to intervention or control groups. At t0 , and at 4-5 months (t1 ) and 17 months (t2 ) after randomization, research assistants blind to group assignment assessed (through caregiver self-report and structured observation) 11 primary outcomes: positive parenting, harsh parenting, and child behavior; four (...)  = .003), observed positive parenting (39% higher in the intervention group, p = .003), and observed positive child behavior (11% higher in the intervention group, p = .003); at t2, both observed positive parenting and observed positive child behavior were higher in the intervention group (24%, p = .003; and 17%, p = .003, respectively). Results with p-values < .05 prior to adjustment were as follows: At t1 , the intervention group self-reported 11% fewer child problem behaviors, 20% fewer problems

2019 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry

17. Parent Program to Improve Child Behavior Problems

stability, and wellness. The training teaches parents to follow a child's lead thus building a connection and promoting positive behaviors. The focus is on giving attention to child's pro-social behavior and ignoring minor misbehavior. The second phase teaches techniques for giving effective commands. Other Name: Child Adult Relationship Enhancement (CARE) Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Change from baseline in the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI) score at different time points (...) (baseline up to 18 weeks) [ Time Frame: Baseline, 6-8 weeks and 14-18 weeks ] Behavior will be measured by the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory (ECBI). The primary outcome is the ECBI change score (time 3-time1). The ECBI is a parent rating scale designed to measure conduct problem behaviors in children ages 2-16 years. The instrument contains 36 items that assess behavior on two scales. The problem scale provides a yes/no problem identification rating for each item, and the sum of yes responses yields

2014 Clinical Trials

18. Comparing an Emotion- and a Behavior-Focused Parenting Program as Part of a Multsystemic Intervention for Child Conduct Problems. (PubMed)

conditions (Tuning in to Kids, Positive Parenting Program, and waitlist control) and two periods (preintervention and 6-month follow-up). The sample consisted of 320 predominantly Caucasian 4- to 9-year-old children who were screened for disruptive behavior problems. Three outcome measures of child conduct problems were evaluated using a parent (Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory) and teacher (Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire) rating scale and a structured child interview (Home Interview With Child (...) Comparing an Emotion- and a Behavior-Focused Parenting Program as Part of a Multsystemic Intervention for Child Conduct Problems. This study evaluated the effectiveness of a multisystemic early intervention that included a comparison of an emotion- and behavior-focused parenting program for children with emerging conduct problems. The processes that moderated positive child outcomes were also explored. A repeated measures cluster randomized group design methodology was employed with three

2014 Journal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53

19. Prevention of Child Mental Health Problems in Southeastern Europe

responsible for the care of a child between the ages of two and nine; Report elevated levels of child behavior problems for the child he/she chooses to be part of the study (based on the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory); Have lived in the same household as this child at least four nights a week in the previous month and will continue to do so; agreement to participate in the PLH 2-9 program; Provision of Informed consent to participate in the full stud Exclusion Criteria: for caregivers/parents: any adult (...) for Young Children, PLH) to the specific needs of families in three low- and middle income countries (LMICs) in southeastern Europe (Romania, FYR of Macedonia and Republic of Moldova). The investigators want systematically evaluate key barriers and facilitators at the local, national and international levels that impact prevention of child behavioral disorders. The investigators will prepare training materials adapted to Romanian, Moldovian, Albanian, Macedonian, and Russian and train facilitators

2018 Clinical Trials

20. A Study of Parent and Child Emotions in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

the disappointment task. The change over time will be calculated. mean change in intensity of negative emotion during the disappointment task [ Time Frame: baseline to 8 weeks ] The Disappointment Task measures children's intensity of negative affect (5-point Likert scale) and is coded in response to a disappointment. The range in score is 1-5 with 1 being less intense negative emotions mean change in intensity of disruptive behaviors using the Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory [ Time Frame: baseline to 20 week (...) . ] The Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory is a 36-item scale assessing the intensity of disruptive behaviors in children. Parents rate each item on a 7 point scale. This is then converted into a standardize score with a T score with mean of 50 and standard deviation of 10 with higher scores reflecting more problems. This is given at baseline, 8 and 20 weeks. Eligibility Criteria Go to Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk

2018 Clinical Trials

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