Do you never play with toys?
Do you sometimes play with other children?
Do you never argue with your mother?
Are you sometimes not polite to older people?
Do you sometimes shout when you feel angry?
Do you never tell a little lie?
Do you never hit another boy or girl?
Do you sometimes not help people?
Do you sometimes show off to your friends?
Do you never say mean things to people?
Do you never feel like throwing or breaking things?
Do you sometimes feel that your parents are not always right?
Do you sometimes act naughty?
Do you always do what your teacher tells you to do?
Do you never do things you’re not supposed to do?
Do you think you know more than your teacher does? (I know more)
Do you never want things your parents don’t want you to have?
Does It never bother you when you don’t get your way?
Do you sometimes not listen to your parents?
Do you sometimes not wash your hands before every meal?
Do you sometimes feel like making fun of other people?
Do you never forget to say “please” and “thank you”?
Does it never bother you to share things with your friends?
Do you never want to do things your parents tell you not to do?
Do you sometimes get angry?
Are you sometimes not nice to people?
Do you always do the right things?
Do you sometimes not tell the truth?
Ford‚ L. H.‚ Rubin‚ B. M. (1970). A Social Desirability Questionnaire for Young Children. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology‚ 35(2)‚ 195-204.
Ford‚ L. H.‚ Rubin‚ B. M. (1970). Young Children’s Social Desirability Scale (YCSD). In Fischer‚ Joel.‚ Corcoran‚ Kevin J. (2007). Measures for Clinical Practice and research: A sourcebook. (4th ed.). NY. Oxford University Pr. Vol. 1‚ Page (s): 613-615.