(CBCL, TRF, YSR, SCICA,
Adults (OABCL, OASR)
15-16, 2015, Montevideo, Uruguay. RESEARCH AND CLINICAL
APPLICATIONS OF THE ASEBA IN LATIN AMERICA.
for details or e-mail Peter Fitermann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
in the 2015 Catalog!
Family Assessment Module (MFAM)
Adult Multicultural Norms,
for Ages 1½-90+
www.aseba.org/specialoffer.html for special prices
to upgrade to ASEBA-PC and ASEBA-Web when purchased
from March 31, 2015 through December 15, 2015.
Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA)
offers a comprehensive approach to assessing adaptive
and maladaptive functioning. Developed through decades
of research and practical experience to identify actual
patterns of functioning, the ASEBA provides professionals
with user-friendly tools.
studies demonstrate significant associations between
ASEBA scores and both diagnostic and special education
categories. You can relate ASEBA directly to DSM-5 diagnostic
categories by using the DSM-oriented scales for scoring
ASEBA approach originated in the 1960s with
Dr. Achenbachs efforts to develop a more
differentiated picture of child and adolescent
psychopathology than was provided by the prevailing
the standard for integrated multi-informant assessment
culturally diverse worldwide applications; translations
in 100 languages
multi-informant assessment for ages 1½-90+
multicultural scoring for ages 1½-59
widely used in mental health services, schools, medical
settings, child and family services, HMOs, public
health agencies, child guidance, and training programs
comparable scales across wide age ranges
used in national surveys to track development and
predict competencies and problems
supported by extensive research on service needs and
outcomes, diagnosis, prevalence of problems, medical
conditions, treatment efficacy, genetic and environmental
effects, and epidemiology
a comprehensive picture of the ASEBA, see The
Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA):
Development, Findings, Theory, and Applications.