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The Impact of Personal Background and School Contextual Factors on Academic Competence and Mental Health Functioning across the Primary-Secondary School Transition

Sharmila Vaz Richard Parsons Torbjo rn Falkmer Anne Elizabeth Passmore Marita Falkmer Fiona Gillison, University of Bath, United Kingdom Students negotiate the transition to secondary school in different

School Belongingness and Mental Health Functioning across the Primary-Secondary Transition in a Mainstream Sample: Multi-Group Cross-Lagged Analyses

The relationship between school belongingness and mental health functioning before and after the primary-secondary school transition has not been previously investigated in students with and without disabilities. This study used a prospective longitudinal design to test the bi-directional relationships between these constructs, by surveying 266 students with and without...

The Case for Using the Repeatability Coefficient When Calculating Test–Retest Reliability

The use of standardised tools is an essential component of evidence-based practice. Reliance on standardised tools places demands on clinicians to understand their properties, strengths, and weaknesses, in order to interpret results and make clinical decisions. This paper makes a case for clinicians to consider measurement error (ME) indices Coefficient of Repeatability (CR) or...

Internal Consistency, Test–Retest Reliability and Measurement Error of the Self-Report Version of the Social Skills Rating System in a Sample of Australian Adolescents

Anne Elizabeth Passmore Pantelis Andreou Torbjrn Falkmer Susanne Hempel, RAND Corporation, United States of America The social skills rating system (SSRS) is used to assess social skills and competence