The Problem Behavior Frequency Scale (Dahlberg et. al.‚ 2005); The Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey (GZTS) (Guilford‚ Zimmerman & Guilford‚ 1976); the BFQ-C subscale of neuroticism (Barbaranelli et al.‚ 2003).
Please circle the number of times you have done the following activities in the last month. Number of times: 0‚ 1-2‚ 3-5‚ 6-9‚ 10-19‚ 20 or more
1. Thrown something at someone to hurt them?
2. Been in a fight in which someone was hit?
3. Threatened to hurt a teacher?
4. Shoved or pushed another kid?
5. Threatened someone with a weapon (gun‚ knife‚ club‚ etc.)?
6. Hit or slapped another kid?
7. Threatened to hit or physically harm another kid?
8. Insulted someone’s family?
9. Teased someone to make them angry?
10. Put someone down to their face?
11. Gave mean looks to another student?
12. Picked on someone?
13. Didn’t let another student be in your group anymore because you were mad at them?
14. Told another kid you wouldn’t like them unless they did what you wanted them to do?
15. Tried to keep others from liking another kid by saying mean things about him/her?
16. Spread a false rumor about someone?
17. Left another kid out on purpose when it was time to do an activity?
18. Said things about another student to make other students laugh?
Decide if you agree or disagree with each statement. If you agree with the statement‚ please circle “Yes”‚ if you disagree‚ please circle “No”. If you are unsure you may circle “?”‚ but please avoid marking “?” if possible. There are no right or wrong answers.
1. You would rather plan an activity than take part in it.
2. You believe in the idea that we should “eat‚ drink‚ and be merry‚ for tomorrow we die.”
3. Other people think of you as being very serious minded.
4. You like the parties you attend to be lively.
5. You are inclined to stop to think things over before you act.
6. You like school work that requires considerable attention to detail.
7. You are a carefree individual.
8. You take life very seriously.
9. You often crave excitement.
10. You sometimes make quick decisions that you later wish you hadn’t made.
11. You have a habit of starting things and then losing interest in them.
12. It is difficult for you to understand people who get very concerned about things.
13. Many of your friends think you take your school work too seriously.
14. You make decisions on the spur of the moment.
15. You often act on the first thought that comes into your head.
16. You like to play practical jokes on others.
17. You are a happy-go-lucky individual.
18. You are so concerned about the future that you do not get as much fun out of the present as you might.
19. You often stop to analyze your thoughts and feelings.
20. It is difficult for you to understand how some people can be so unconcerned about the future.
21. You can listen to a class lecture without feeling restless.
22. You sometimes find yourself becoming upset or worried even before the problem arises.
23. You often eat more junk foods than you should.
24. You like wild enthusiasm‚ sometimes to a point bordering on rowdyism‚ at a football or basketball game.
25. You keep at a task until it is done‚ even after nearly everyone else has given up.
26. You seldom let your responsibilities interfere with having a good time.
27. You generally feel as though you haven’t a care in the world.
28. You usually say what you feel like saying at the moment.
29. When you get angry‚ you feel better if you let yourself go.
30. You are fond of doing dares‚ whether you think they are safe or not.
Please circle how often the following statements apply to you:
1=Almost Never‚ 2=Rarely‚ 3=Every Once in a While‚ 4=Sometimes‚ 5=Almost Always
1. I worry about silly things.
2. I get nervous for silly things.
3. My feelings get hurt easily.
4. I like to be active.
5. I cry.
6. I like to compete with others.
7. I get angry easily.
8. I lose my calm easily.
9. I argue with others.
10. I am in a bad mood.
11. I get irritated when things are difficult for me.
12. I am sad.
13. I am not patient.
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