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Challenges in Measuring Longitudinally

John E. Bates outlines some measurement challenges related to children's development.

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Choosing Measures

Liliane Windsor discusses finding culturally appropriate measures.

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Developing an Evidence-based Measure

Grayson N. Holmbeck and Katie Devine describe a checklist that they created to guide researchers in the development of measures.

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Ecological Momentary Assessment

Innovative assessment measures are sometimes necessary for accurate information gathering, says Neal Ryan.

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How Family Dynamics Effect Research

Differing views of the child can make research decisions difficult, says David A. Axelson.

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Measurement Selection for Children

David A. Axelson identifies several measures useful for working with adolescent and youth populations with mood disorders.

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Modifying an Instrument

Peter Mangione describes two circumstances in which a researcher may consider modifying an existing instrument.

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Using Copyrighted Measures

David Weber discusses navigating the copyright process at the North Carolina Translational & Clinical Sciences Institute.

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Using Multiple Informants

Using multiple measures is important in depression research, maintains Judy Garber.

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How Family Dynamics Effect Research
Differing views of the child can make research decisions difficult, says David A. Axelson.


Modifying an Instrument
Peter Mangione describes two circumstances in which a researcher may consider modifying an existing instrument.



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