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Teachers' Ratings of Maturity, Hyperactivity, and Impulsivity --85-89

 Yr 01Yr 01Yr 02Yr 02Yr 03Yr 04
Item Description1985 F1986 S1986 F1987 S1988 S1989 S
Cohort 11st grade1st grade2nd grade2nd grade3rd grade4th grade
Cohort 2  1st grade1st grade2nd grade3rd grade
Cohort 3      
Cohort 4      
TOCA-R Teacher Observation of Classroom Adaptation - Revised
Part 1 - Classroom SAS (continued):      
Maturity      
Self-ReliantTOCSRE11TOCSRE12TOCSRE21TOCSRE22TOCSRE32TOCSRE42
Acts Younger than AgeTOCAYA11TOCAYA12TOCAYA21TOCAYA22TOCAYA32TOCAYA42
Seeks Too Much Attention from ClassmatesTOCSAC11TOCSAC12TOCSAC21TOCSAC22TOCSAC32TOCSAC42
Seeks Too Much Attention from TeacherTOCSAT11TOCSAT12TOCSAT21TOCSAT22TOCSAT32TOCSAT42
Clings (separated as below)TOCCLI11     
Clings to Classmates TOCCCL12TOCCCL21TOCCCL22TOCCCL32TOCCCL42
Clings to Teacher TOCCTE12TOCCTE21TOCCTE22TOCCTE32TOCCTE42
Accepts Responsibility for Actions      
       
Hyperactivity      
Can't Sit Still      
Runs Around A Lot/Climbs Things (reworded as below)      
Out of Seat/Runs Around      
Always on the Go/Driven by Motor      
Construct Hyperactivity      
Cohort 1      
Cohort 2      
Cohort 3      
Cohort 4      
Impulsivity      
Waits for Turn      
Interrupts or Intrudes on Others      
Blurts Out Answer Before Question is Completed      
Construct Impulsivity      
Cohort 1      
Cohort 2      
Cohort 3      
Cohort 4      
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