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Table 1.

Measure

Constructs Measured

Periodicity of Measure

(# Grade)

Psychometric Results

(Alpha Coefficients)

1. Teacher Rating (TOCA-R)

1.Authority Acceptance

2.Social Contact

3.Concentration

4. Peer Rejection

5.Need of and Use of Services and Treatment

C1 G1-G2 = 2 per yr.

C2 G1 = 2 per yr.

C2 G2 = 1 per yr.

C1 & C2 G3-G8 = 1 per yr.

.85 - .89

2. Classmates Peer Nominations

1.Aggression/ Disruption

2.Social Contact

3.Peer Acceptance

4.Anxiety & Depression

G1 = 2 per yr.

C1 G2 = 1 per yr.

C1 G4*-G5** = 1 per yr*

C2 G3* = 1 per yr.*

.74 - .91

3. Direct Observation of

Classroom Behavior

1.Aggression/ Disruption

2.Social Contact

3.Concentration

C1 & C2 G1 = 4 per yr.

C1 G2 = 1 per yr

.70 - .79

4. Self Report of Psychological Well-Being

1.Depression

2.Anxiety

G1 = 2 per yr.

G2-G8 = 1 per yr.

.79 - .83 anxiety

.80 - .84 depression

5. Self Report of Social Adaptational Status

1.Antisocial/Delinquent Behavior

2.Substance Use, Knowledge, Opportunity and Intention to Use, Impairment/Trouble Associated w/Use

3.Perceived Competence

Academic (Harter)

C1 G4-G8 = 1 per yr.

C2 G3-G8 = 1 per yr.

6. Youth Self-Report of Moderators & Mediators of Intervention Outcome

1. Parent Discipline, Reinforcement, Rejection & Monitoring Practices

2. Exposure/Involvement w/ Deviant Peers

3. Neighborhood Environment

C1 G4-G8 = 1 per yr.

C2 G3-G8 = 1 per yr.

6. School Records

1.Grades

2.Attendance

3.Standardized Achievement

4.Special Education

5.Disciplinary Removals Suspensions and Expulsions

6.Free Lunch Status

7.Grade Retention

8.Curricular Track

9.Dropout/Graduation

G1-G12 = 1 per yr.

7. Parent Ratings

1.Social Contact

2.Authority Acceptance

3.Concentration

4.Anxiety

5.Depression

6.Use of Services

7.Parent Discipline, Monitoring

Reinforcement, & Rejection

8. Home Learning Environment

9. Parent and Child Physical Health

10. Family Income/Structure

C1 G4 and G6 = 1 per yr.

C2 G3 and G6 = 1 per yr.

.60 - .74

.68 - .80

.75 - .84

.70 - .79

.81 - .83

.61 - .64

.78 - .81

Table 2.

Measure

Constructs Measured

Periodicity of Measure

Psychometric Results

1. CIDI (Kessler et al., 1994)

1.Simple Phobia

2.Agoraphobia

3.Social Phobia

4. Panic

5. MDD/Dysthymia

6. Antisocial Personality

7. ADHD

8. Substance Abuse: Tobacco, Alcohol & Drugs, Including Prescription Drugs

C1 C2 Age 20-21

2. Suicide

1. Ideation (Lifetime)

2. Attempt (Lifetime)

3. Specific Plan

4. Method

5. Received/Should Have Received Medical Treatment

C1 C2 Age 20-21

3. Mental Health Services

1.History of Outpatient & Inpatient

2. Age Received

3. Past Year Use

4. Current Use

5. Perceived Need for Service

6. Barriers/Reasons for Not Obtaining Services

7. Satisfaction w/Services

C1 C2 Age 20-21

4. Work/Education History

1. Current Employment Status

2.Current Job, Salary, Hours Worked

3..Previous Job & Reasons for Leaving

4. Perception of Job Performance

5. Health Insurance w/ Job

7. Job Aspirations

8. Military Service/Discharge

9. Highest Level of School

10. Repeated Grades

11. How Well Performed Academically/Past/Current

12. Current Educational Studies/Programs/Status

C1 C2 Age 20-21

5. Sexual Behavior

1.History: Age of 1st Vaginal, Receptive anal, Insertive Anal, Oral, Receptive Oral

2. Gender of Partners

3. Age Difference

4. # of Partners

5. Use of Birth Control, Condom Use

6. Kinds of Sex Past 30 Days

7. Victim of Unwanted/Forced Sex

8. Sex for Money/Drugs/Food

9. Physica/Verbal Force to Get Sex

10. STDs including AIDS

C1 C2 Age 20-21

Table 2 Continued

Measure

Constructs Measured

Periodicity of Measure

(# Grade)

Psychometric Results

(Alpha Coefficients)

6. Intimate Relationship History

1.Age When Had First

2.Race/Ethnicity of First Partner

3.Nature of Relationship w/ First

4. How Many Relationships Since 1st

5. Gender of Partners

6. Nature of Relationships with Partners

7. Current Relationship, Gender, Race, Nature, Age Difference,

How Ended

8. Partner=s

A. Religious activities,

B. Job Status,

C. Community involvement, D. Substance use,

E. Weapon use,

F. Violence against others, G. Arrests

H. Commit Crimes

9. Affective Quality of Current Relationship.

10. Conflict/Physical Fights

C1 C2 Age 20-21

7. Pregnancy History

1.# Pregnancies, Miscarraiges, Abortions, Still Births, Live Births

2 .Planned

3. Age at Each Event

4. # Children Caring For

C1 C2 Age 20-21

Table 3

Measure

Constructs Measured

Periodicity of Measure

(# Grade)

Psychometric Results

(Alpha Coefficients)

1. Characteristics of Young Adult=s Parents/Caregivers

1. Religious activities,

2. Job Status,

3. Community involvement, 4. Substance use,

5. Weapon use,

6. Violence against others, 7. Arrests,

8. Commit Crimes,

9. Provide Social Support

10. Shared Enjoyable Activities

11. Conflict/Physical Fights

12. Affective Quality of Relationship

C1 C2 Age 20-21

2. Mental Health of Young Adult=s Parents/Caregivers

1. History of Mental Health

Problems

2. Suicide

3. Service Use

C1 C2 Age 20-21

3. Resources Young Adult Had When Growing Up

1.Who Provided Financial Support

2.Kind of Work (Financial Supporter)

3.Level of Education (Financial Supporter)

4. How Much Time Received Public Assistance

C1 C2 Age 20-21

4. Young Adult=s Parents= Monitoring/Supervision When Growing Up

1. Rule Enforcement

2. Monitoring

C1 C2 Age 20-21

5. Family Structure When Growing Up

1. Who=s in the Household Over Time (Relationship to Young Adult)

C1 C2 Age 20-21

6. History of Living Situations

1. Moves

2. People Lived withBNow and Past

3. Homeless

C1 C2 Age 20-21

7. Fateful Life Events

1. Experienced by Youth

2. Family Member

3. Friend

C1 C2 Age 20-21

8. Adult Report of Exposure to Violence

1) Media;

2) Reports of violence occurring to others;

3) Violence directly witnessed; and 4) Victimization (violence directly/personally experienced).

C1 C2 Age 20-21

Table 3 continued

Measure

Constructs Measured

Periodicity of Measure

(# Grade)

Psychometric Results

(Alpha Coefficients)

9. Peers=/Friends=Characteristics

1. # Friends

2. Age Difference

3. Education

3. Religious activities,

4. Job Status,

5. Community involvement, 6. Substance use,

7. Weapon use,

8. Violence against others, 9. Arrests,

10. Commit Crimes,

11. Provide Social Support

12. Shared Enjoyable Activities

13. Conflict/Physical Fights

14. Affective Quality of Relationship

C1 C2 Age 20-21

10. Religious Activities

1. Belong to A Church/Name

2. How Often Attend Religious Activities

C1 C2 Age 20-21

11. Community Involvement/Group Membership

1. Sororites/Fraternities

2.Gangs

3. Lodges or Groups

4. Social Clubs

5. Big Brothers/Sisters

6. Political Organizations

7. Labor Union

8. Organized Sports

C1 C2 Age 20-21

12. Neighborhood Environment Scale (Elliot et al., 1985)

1. Violence

2. Drugs & Alcohol

3. Racism

4. Crime

5. Safety

C1 C2 Age 20-21

13. Youth Self-Report: Harter Self-Perception Profile for Adolescents

1. Scholastic Competence

2. Work

C1 C2 Age 20-21

14. Youth Self-Report: Harter How Important Are These to How You Feel About Yourself As A Person?

1. Scholastic Competence

2. Work

C1 C2 Age 20-21

15. Youth=s Physical Health

1. Overall

2. Impairment in Every day Activities

3. Prescription Medications for Mental and Physical Health

4. Health Insurance

C1 C2 Age 20-21

 

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