CHILD BEHAVIOR SCALE

1. Tends to react to classmates’ distress by teasing them or making things worse
2. Seems concerned when classmates are distressed
3. Is an aggressive child
4. Taunts and teases classmates
5. Threatens classmates
6. Is kind toward classmates
7. Listens to classmates
8. Compromises in conflicts with classmates
9. Is cooperative with classmates
10. Loses temper easily in conflicts with classmates
11. Argues with classmates
12. Is friendly toward classmates
13. Annoys or irritates classmates
14. Disrupts classmates’ activities
15. Shows concern for moral issues (e.g. fairness‚ welfare of others)
16. Offers help or comfort when classmates are upset
17. Will continue to bother or hurt classmates even when they are clearly upset
 
 
·         Children’s aggressive
·         Children’s withdrawn
·         prosocial behaviors.
 
This instrument can be found on page 1 of CHILD BEHAVIOR SCALE‚ Elementary & Middle Teacher Report ‚ Study of Promising After-School Programs .available online at: http://www.education.uci.edu/childcare/pdf/afterschool/CHILD%20BEHAVIOR%20SCALE%20TEACHER%20REPORT%20documentation.pdf
 
 
Response scale
0 = not true
1 = sometimes true
2 = often true
 Mean item scores
 Aggressive with Peers = 9 items: 1‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5‚ 10‚ 11‚ 13‚ 14‚ 17
 Prosocial with Peers = 8 items: 2‚ 6‚ 7‚ 8‚ 9‚ 12‚ 15‚ 16 
 

Ladd‚ G. W.‚ & Profilet‚ S. M. (1996). The Child Behavior Scale: A teacher-report measure of young children’s aggressive‚ withdrawn‚ and prosocial behaviors. Developmental Psychology‚ 32(6)‚ 1008-1024.