Search for more papers by this author. The response rate to the questionnaires was very high (97%). Please check for further notifications by email. [ Links ], Endereço para correspondência: John M. Klein Klinisch Psychologie and Psychotherapie Fachbereich I - Psychologie Universität Trier D - 54286 Trier, Germany E-mail: jkein@iep.uminho.pt, Recebido em novembro de 2008 Reformulado em abril de 2009 Aprovado em maio de 2009. & Silva, P. A. Journal of Tropical Paediatrics, 37, 303-309. Answers are rated on a scale of 0 to 2, with higher ratings indicating more severe presence of the symptoms. [ Links ], Harvey, D. (1992). British Journal of Psychiatry, 164, 69-79. Website Questionnaire Form. (1993). An exploratory factor analysis, was performed to verify underlying dimensions of the Portuguese RCBQ. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 35, 1141-1157. Educational Studies, 10, 87-92. [ Links ], McGee, R., Silva, P. A. Teacher efficacy: a model for teacher development and inclusion. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 18,165-177. Latent Variable Analysis of the Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 32, 1106-1113. Even if the Portuguese version of the RCBQ revealed to be a valid and reliable tool, for both clinical and non-clinical settings, it is important to notice some key aspects that should be developed in future research. (2001). & Williams, S. (1984). Just say which year you are in. [ Links ], Almqvist, F., Kumpulainen, K., Ikäheimo, K., Linna, S-L., Hentonnen, I., Huikko, E., Tuompo-Johansson, E., Aronen, E., Puura, K., Piha, J., Tamminen, T., Räsänen, E. & Moilanen, I. [ Links ], Moeller, A. Psychology in the Schools, 36, 347-358. European voices on disruptive behaviour in schools: definitions, concern and types of behaviour. (1983). Possible ratings on the scale range from 0 to 52. All other items showed factor loadings ranging from .27 to .87 (cf. Nigerian teacbers were asked to place the chitdren in their classes in either of two groups: Group I, comprising children of normal behaviom, and Group II, children who, in their opinion, had significant behavioural problems. Don't already have an Oxford Academic account? There are problems in measuring comorbidity in epidemiological research. [ Links ], Fowler, P. C. & Park, R. M. (1979). Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 856-860. Under this umbrella measures should be aware of the objective and subjective perception of the classroom reality. A number of studies looking at the factor structure of these scales have been reported. T1 - The Child Behaviour Checklist and the Rutter Parental Questionnaire. Thank you for submitting a comment on this article. What Is the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)? We would like you to tell us what your child’s reaction is likely to be in those situations. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1-21). Psico-USF, 13(1), 51-58. First published: May 1967. Please check your email address / username and password and try again. A longitudinal analyses of selected risk factors for childhood psychopathology. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 66, 1221-1225. Analyzed the data from the Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire (M. Rutter, 1967) from 450 Swedish children in grades 2, 5, and 8 using latent variable analysis. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 31, 775-791. Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London. [ Links ], McConaughy, S. H. & Achenbach, T. M. (1994). }, author={M. Rutter}, journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines}, year={1967}, … Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 26, 137-159. Behaviour Disorders in Children. @article{Rutter1967ACB, title={A children's behaviour questionnaire for completion by teachers: preliminary findings. (1997) Factors associated with child mental health service use in the community. Em M. Rutter (Org.). Nitrite accumulation and microbial behavior by seeding denitrifying phosphorus removal sludge for partial denitrification (PD): The effect of COD/NO. Your comment will be reviewed and published at the journal's discretion. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 34, 680-690. S. O. Iloeje, BSc, MB, BCh, FMCPaed, FWACP, Department of Paediatrics, University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital. An average of 16.1% of the pupils exhibited some behavioural problems, where teachers described anxiety (3.1%), worry (5.1%) and unconcentration (14.1%) as the most prevalent symptoms. To establish the psychometric properties of the RCBQ for completion by teachers and to determine behavioural and emotional problems in young children, as they occur in the classroom, we asked 45 elementary school teachers of the north of Portugal to rate classroom behaviour of their pupils based on Rutter Children’s Behaviour Questionnaire for teachers. Even so, taking into account each of the symptoms, gender differences were found in three of them: boys had higher scores for bullying (M=.24; SD=.53; p=.000) than girls (M=.09; SD= .34) and for disobedient behaviour (boys, M=.19; SD= .45; girls, M=.08; SD= .30) (p=.026), as girls had scored higher for sucking behaviour (M=.19, SD=.43; p=.019) than boys (M=.08, SD=.32). The aim of the present study was: a) to determine the psychometric properties of the RCBQ for completion by teachers and, (b) to determine behavioural and emotional problems in young children, as they occur in the classroom, based on teachers report. A children's behaviour questionnaire for completion by teachers: preliminary findings. A total of 970 Portuguese mid class children (530 girls and 440 boys) aged between 8 to 11 years (M=8.47; SD=.771) were evaluated. (1999). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 25, 251-259. Evidence based on response processes [ Links ], Conrad, Peter (2008). Usually children's behavioural and emotional symptoms have been divided into two main groups, externalising and internalising symptoms. [ Links ], Zimmermann-Tansella, C., Minchetti, T., Tacconi, A. The item-scale correlations for the remaining items ranged from .32 to .69. The questionnaire ratings were compared with a contemporaneous psychiatric study of behaviour disturbance for each child. Most users should sign in with their email address. [ Links ], Costello, E. J., Burns, B. J., Angold, A. Mechanical response of porcine hind leg muscles under dynamic tensile loading. The forty-five teachers who participated were all females, aged between 35 and 55 years (M=43.59; SD=7.9), with a minimum of 8 years of teaching experience and know each pupil at least for one and a half year period. The Rutter scale, which was used for screening, describes general mental health problems and does not focus on specific stress-related problems. Behaviour Disorders in urban primary schoolchildren in Dhaka, Bangladesh. [ Links ], Wang, Y. F., Shen, Y. C., Gu, B. M., Jia, M. X. Website Questionnaire Form. An epidemiological study of behaviour problems in schoolchildren in urban areas of Beijing. We would like you to tell us what your child’s reaction is likely to be in those situations. … To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Herewith the final factor structure for the Portuguese RCBQ were as followed:  Factor 1 - Extrovert behaviour disorder - comprises 11 items (items: bullying, disobedient, aggressiveness, lying, irritable, destroying, restless, squirmy,  unconcentrated and violent), and Factor 2 - Introvert behaviour disorder - aggregate 15 items (items: disliked, fussy, anxious,  painful, nail biting, solitary, unhappy, apathetic, tearful, truant, tics, stuttering, absent, worried and sucking). Frequency of behaviour disorder and related factors in schoolchildren in Lusaka. The scree test and eigenvalues greater than one criteria was applied and suggested a nine-factor solution which account for 79% of the total variance. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 31, 924-931. Use Template Preview. [ Links ], Klein, J. M., Gonçalves, A., Silva, C. F. & Peixoto, T. (2008). Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 861-864. The Children's Behaviour Questionnaire for Completion by Parents and Teachers in a Chinese Sample. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 32, 1063-1080. The epidemiology of child and adolescent psychopathology (pp. However, the first factor accounted for 26% of the variance and the second factor for 25%, whereas factors 3 through 7 accounted for additional 28% (9%, 5%, 5%, 5% and 4% respectively). From out of the behavioural problems, listed along the questionnaire items, the teachers described anxiety (3.1%), worry (5.1%) and unconcentration (14.1%) as those symptoms that were most prevalent and clearly identifiable for them (definitely applies). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 8 , 1 – 11 . Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London. The children's scores on the Rutter Scale were matched against the teacher's grouping, the aim being to identify the Rutter Score that separates the children into two 'behaviour' groups that agree most closely with the teachers' own grouping. Are American children's problems getting worse? [ Links ], Ouston, J., Maughan, B. Classroom behaviour problems which junior school teachers find most troublesome. The questionnaire ratings were compared with a contemporaneous psychiatric study of behaviour disturbance for each child. Teachers report feeling poorly equipped to deal with behavioural problems, often pointing to their lack of experience and preparation (Martin, Linfoot & Stephenson, 1999). Factor structure of the Rutter children's behaviour questionnaire in a primary school population in a developing country. Further, psychopathology of a significant degree of severity and associated with impairment of functioning has been identified in 6-19% of children and adolescents in studies from different parts of the world (Achenbach & Howell, 1993; Fombonne, 1994; Klein, Gonçalves, Silva & Peixoto, 2008; Serrão, Klein & Gonçalves, 2007; Velez, Johnson & Cohen, 1989). DOI: 10.1111/J.1469-7610.1967.TB02175.X Corpus ID: 9077633. Abolfotouh, M A. [ Links ], Verhulst, F. C. & Akkerhuis, G. W. (1989). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 30, 123-136. Additionally, this specific view increases the medicalization perspective of disruptive behaviours and forgets the social and cultural determinants of those behaviours (Conrad, 2008). Further, this study found also no gender differences and stability for different ethnic groups. [ Links ], Azevedo, M. H. P., Barreto, M. M., Faria, M. M. & Robalo, M. M. (1986). Regarding to school grades the sample distributes as followed: three-hundred and seventy pupils (38.14%) of the 2nd grade, two-hundred and seventy-eight of the 3rd grade (28.66%), and three-hundred and twenty-two were of 4th grade (33.20%). [ Links ], Caron, C. & Rutter, M. (1991). Behaviour disorders among urban schoolboys in south-western Saudi Arabia. Factor structure of the Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire in a primary-school population in a developing country. André Sourander, Lotta Lempinen, Anat Brunstein Klomek, Changes in Mental Health, Bullying Behavior, and Service Use Among Eight-Year-Old Children Over 24 Years, Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 10.1016/j.jaac.2016.05.018, 55, 8, (717-725.e2), (2016). Use Template Preview. Those errors in judging and evaluating behaviours are committed by parents and teachers because the used inventories may be based on non-specific diagnostic criteria, which leads toward a generalization of the behaviours in some diagnostic syndromes, that may not be the most adequate to the needs of the child and leads to a wide variety of interventions (Daw, 2001). (1991). School, however, has an independent impact on children's development (Kasen, Johnson & Cohen, 1990; Ouston, Mauhgan & Mortimore, 1980; Rutter, Mauhgan & Mortimore, 1979). We asked elementary school teachers of the north of Portugal to rate classroom behaviour of their pupils. A CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOUR QUESTIONNAIRE FOR COMPLETION BY TEACHERS: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 8(4), 7-16. The number of children screened according to the original sample was 1000, but 30 questionnaires were incorrectly completed or not returned, thus leaving 970 children for the analysis. Foi encontrada uma estrutura fatorial de dois fatores, que exibiu uma fidelidade e valores de teste-reteste aceitáveis ao longo de um período de 3 meses. & Mortimore, P. (1979). [ Links ], Rabbani, M. G. & Hossain, M. M. (1999). (1992a). New York: McGraw-Hill. Fairly little research has been conducted on comorbidity in the school environment with teachers acting as informants of children's problems. The Rutter Children Behaviour Questionnaire for teachers: from psychometrics to norms, estimating caseness, Psico-USF, 10.1590/S1413-82712009000200004, 14, 2, (157-165), (2009). Indeed, since his development, the Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire for completion by teachers (RCBQ- Rutter, 1967) has been one of the most wide spreading behavioural assessment tool in classroom environment. Considering a cut off score higher than the 80th percentile, a value of nine points at the RCBQ global score, such as considered in previous studies (Azevedo et al., 1986; Rutter, 1967), we noticed that 16.1% of our sample exhibited some behavioural problems. Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 32, 1145-1154. Verificou-se que 16,1% dos alunos apresentavam algum problema ao nível do comportamento, e foram descritos pelos professores como os sintomas mais prevalentes: ansiedade (3,1%), preocupação (5,1%) e dificuldades de concentração (1,.1%). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, v24 n2 p213-22 Apr 1983 Data from use of Rutter's Children's Behavior Questionnaire in a developing country suggest that the scale's factor structure is stable over sex and racial groups. London: Tavistock. Like other child questionnaires, this will ask for the child's details, along with a list of questions to gauge and evaluate their behavior. Michael Rutter. & van der Ende, J. This is one point higher than tbe score of ≥ 9 recommended for British children. Preview. The Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire was completed by the teachers of 108 Aboriginal pupils at two rural schools in the far west of New South Wales. London: Medical Books Limited. In our study, we constructed the deviant categories based on the internalising and externalising scales. All values were considerably high (p = .001) for both retest moments. The Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire (Rutter, 1967) for completion by teachers is a 26- item survey designed to evaluate children's behaviour at school. (1999). Student Questionnaire ... You do not have to put your name on this questionnaire. Monitor on Psychology, 32, 64. More templates like this. The children's scores on the Rutter Scale were matched against the teacher's grouping, the aim being to identify the Rutter Score that separates the children into two 'behaviour' groups that agree most closely … Journal of Learning Disabilities, 30, 384-394. This is less than that described for inner London children (19.1%) (Rutter, 1973), in Uganda (18%) (Minde, 1976) and in Lusaka (14.8%) (Lin & Ebrahim, 1991), but higher than the frequency observed in Finland (13.9%) (Almqvist et al., 1999), in Bangladesh (13.4%) (Rabbani & Hossain, 1999), in Saudi Arabia (13.4%) (Abolfotouh, 1997) and in Beijing (8.3%) (Wang, Shen, Gu, Jia & Zhang, 1989). [ Links ], McGee, R., Williams, S., Bradshaw, J., Chapel, J. L., Robins, A. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 19, 167-173. The selection of cut points on the original scales has a strong influence on the comorbidity rates, which represents a problem for a reliable assessment of comorbidity rates. screening instruments have been standardized for children in this age group. The Chartres study: I. prevalence of psychiatric disorders among French school-aged children. The Rutter Children's Behaviour Questionnaire was completed by the teachers of 108 Aboriginal pupils at two rural schools in the far west of New South Wales. Sobre os autores: John M. Klein é doutor em Psicologia Clínica e atualmente é professor na Universidade de Trier (Alemanha). The Portuguese version of Azevedo, Barreto, Faria and Robalo (1986) was used. Possible ratings on the scale range from 0 to 52. Most of the studies on the course of disorders concern the home environment, as they are based on parents' reports and children's self-reports (Ferdinand, Verhulst & Wiznitzer, 1995; Verhulst & van der Ende, 1992a; Verhulst & van der Ende, 1992b). Nos últimos anos, tem-se dedicado a estudar as perturbações do comportamento alimentar e as perturbações de sono. (SLD) In the course of the years, the scale has been successively analyzed by factor analysis in order to describe the internal structure of the items. Behavior problems in a population of seven-year-old children: prevalence, stability and types of disorder - A research report. Berklund (1999) used latent variable analysis to explore the factor structure of the RCBQ, obtaining a two factor structure labelled as introversive and extroversive. Key questions related to building collaborative and inclusive schools. Institute of Psychiatry, Maudsley Hospital, London. [ Links ], Behar, L. & Stringfield, S. (1974). Like other child questionnaires, this will ask for the child's details, along with a list of questions to gauge and evaluate their behavior. Continuity and change of self-reported problem behaviours from adolescence into young adulthood. Answers are rated on a scale of 0 to 2, with higher ratings indicating more severe presence of the symptoms. Although, Fowler and Park (1979) found in a study with normal population only a two factor solution, somewhat similar to Behar and Stringfield's (1974) first and last factor. The Ritalin debate. Six year developmental course of internalising and externalising problem behaviours. Abstract. Further this solution is to somewhat similar to the studies of Ekblad (1990), Venables et al. [ Links ], Martin, A., Linfoot, K. & Stephenson, J. A modification of Rutter's Children's Behaviour Questionnaire was standardized on a sample of 496 normal and 102 emotionally disturbed preschool children. Carlos Fernandes da Silva: é doutor em Psicologia Clínica e professor catedrático na Universidade de Aveiro (Portugal). (1985). Psychometric theory (3rd ed.). [ Links ], Pajares, F. (1992). Indeed the obtained structure is similar to those found by Berklund (1999), and therefore supports the assumption of a two factor solution in non clinical samples as the best descriptive structure of the scale (e.g. Concerning the use of quick screening and information gaining screening tools adequate for classroom proposal, one scale has been successfully used and accepted by teachers to fulfil this endeavour. Tem publicado e apresentado vários trabalhos nas seguintes áreas de interesse: Psicopatologia, Processos e Resultados Terapêuticos, Avaliação Psicológica e Neurociências. Corresponding Author. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 43(4), 433-442. Student Behaviour Questionnaire 1. 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