The Adaptation and Standardization of the Teacher Version of the Child Behavior Profile: Turkish Boys aged 7–12

Askar, Petek
Akkök, Füsun
This article reports on the adaptation and standardization of the teacher version of the Child Behavior Profile for boys aged 6–11 to Turkish boys aged 7–12. Data were obtained from 48 referred and 294 nonreferred boys. Comparison of referred and nonreferred samples showed significant differences on all behaviour problem scores, except the ‘Anxious’ scale. The median of the Cronbach internal consistency of the scale scores was 0.75.
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P. Askar and F. Akkök, “The Adaptation and Standardization of the Teacher Version of the Child Behavior Profile: Turkish Boys aged 7–12,” International Journal of Psychology, pp. 129–136, 1989, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: