2) Is there a negative relationship between three sub-scales of child rearing approaches with adaptive behavior
of third and fourth grade female students of primary school?
To answer research question 3, the Adaptive Behavior
Assessment Scale II (ABAS-II, Harrison & Oakland, 2008) was used to assess level of functional behavior of participating youth.
Where a firm responds to a partner's adaptive behavior
with increased trust and cooperative norms, the relationship will be characterized by greater collaboration and mutuality.
limited adaptive behavior
, which the AAIDD characterizes as comprised of
2007) concerned relationships between the constructs measured by the IAA and two other types of variables: (a) the ISAT, and (b) established rating scale measures of academic competence (ACES) and adaptive behavior
As perceived threat and likelihood of threat increase, there should be an increase of adaptive behavior
in an effort to protect one's self.
2007) has been developed for modelling window opening adaptive behavior
and builds on the adaptive comfort theory behind the CEN standard.
Allen-Meares and Lane (1983) authored an article in NASW s Social Work journal rifled "Assessing the Adaptive Behavior
of Children and Youths," which appraised the status and use of adaptive behavior
as a concept and measurement tool that would work in the school system.
Results generally indicated positive changes in adaptive behavior
development and social-emotional functioning for students who received DTT.
The children with autism were all assessed to have a mild adaptive deficit based on administration of the Vineland Adaptive Behavior
Scale (Sparrow, Balla, & Cicchetti, 1984).
Finally, "TAAS," launched late last year, addresses research on foundational, engineering, and technological aspects of computing systems exhibiting emergent and adaptive behavior
For the younger school age child from this group, we follow up with a developmental assessment by administering the Vineland Adaptive Behavior