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(p. 74) Assessment Procedures for Tier 2 

(p. 74) Assessment Procedures for Tier 2
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(p. 74) Assessment Procedures for Tier 2
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Christopher A. Kearney

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199985296.003.0005
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date: 28 November 2020

This chapter covers Tier 2 assessment practices that may be used to support the intervention strategies discussed in Chapter 4. Sections include interviews and interview questions, questionnaires, behavioral observations, daily monitoring, formal testing, medical examinations, and other procedures. Most evaluative methods in this area represent a concentrated behavioral assessment approach designed to measure the specific “nuts and bolts” of a child’s daily functioning. Other than absenteeism, evaluative methods in this area generally surround consequences of a child’s absenteeism, forms of a child’s school refusal behavior, functions of school refusal behavior, general variables that may influence a child’s school refusal behavior, and information necessary to develop an effective intervention plan.

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