COSC 622 Quiz Chapter Thirteen
COSC 622 Quiz: Chapter Thirteen Overview
- is a 72-item strength-based measure that can be completed by caregivers and teachers to assess the resilience and social–emotional competencies of children in grades kindergarten to 8
- can be described as specific behaviors that when initiated, lead to desirable social outcomes for the person initiating them.
- Which of the following is not an example of the behaviors targeted by the Student Interaction in Specific Settings Tools (SISS)?
- This dimension is dominated by social skills that reflect a child or adolescent who might be called “outgoing” or “extroverted” by others
- Children who acquire emotion knowledge and emotion regulation skills early in life may be able to respond prosocially to others and may demonstrate attentional control in the classroom
- describes the conceptual, social, and practical skills that people have learned to be able to function in their everyday lives
- The TPIC (Target Peer Interaction Code) requires coding of social behaviors of the target subject and interacting peers during continuous ten-second intervals
- Which of the following does not include the five primary dimensions of child and adolescent social skills identified by Caldarella and Merrell, (1997)
- Which of the following is NOT true of the Social Skills Improvement System (SSIS)?
- _is a characteristic related to social competence that is reflective of cognitive and emotional adjustment that has drawn more attention in the research literature