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Teachers' Ratings of Shy Behavior--90-94

Item Description1990 S1991 S1992 S1993 S1993 F1994 S
Cohort 15th grade6th grade7th grade8th grade  
Cohort 24th grade5th grade6th grade7th grade  
Cohort 3    1st grade1st grade
Cohort 4      
TOCA-R Teacher Observation of Classroom Adaptation - Revised
Part I - Classroom SAS (continued):      
Shy Behavior      
Plays with ClassmatesTOCPCL52TOCPCL62TOCPCL72TOCPCL82TOCPCL11TOCPCL14
Gregarious (reworded as below)      
Initiates InteractionsTOCGRE52TOCGRE62    
Initiates Interactions/Seeks out Classmates  TOCGRE72   
Initiates Appropriate Interaction...,etc.   TOCGRE82TOCGRE11TOCGRE14
Engages with Classmates (reworded as below)       
Interacts with ClassmatesTOCECL52     
Socializes/Interacts with Classmates TOCECL62TOCECL72TOCECL82TOCECL11TOCECL14
Engages with Teacher (reworded as below)      
Interacts with TeacherTOCETE52     
Socializes/Interacts with Teacher TOCETE62    
FriendlyTOCFRI52TOCFRI62TOCFRI72TOCFRI82TOCFRI11TOCFRI14
Avoids Classmates*TOCACL52TOCACL62TOCACL72TOCACL82TOCACL11TOCACL14
Avoids Teacher*TOCATE52TOCATE62    
Rejected By Classmates*TOCRCL52TOCRCL62TOCRCL72TOCRCL82TOCRCL11TOCRCL14
Gets Left Out of Groups*      
Last to be Chosen by Classmates*      
Has Lots of Friends* TOCHLF62TOCHLF72TOCHLF82TOCHLF11TOCHLF14
Children Seek Him/Her Out to Play*  TOCCSP72TOCCSP82TOCCSP11TOCCSP14
Construct Shy Behavior      
Cohort 1SCTSB15SSCTSB16SSCTSB17S   
Cohort 2SCTSB25SSCTSB26SSCTSB27SSCTSB28S  
Cohort 3    SCTSB39FSCTSB39S
Cohort 4      
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