Administration Method:Self-Report Questionnaire

PACE research began in 1990 with a small contract from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention to develop tools to help primary care physicians counsel their patients on becoming more physically active. It has now grown to encompass a broad array ...

The Financial Self-Efficacy Scale (FSES) is a 6-item scale that measures how respondents manage certain financial problems and how they cope with setbacks. The FSES scores are expected to correlate with the respondent's level of confidence in being able t ...

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The Moral Approval of Bullying Scale is a 10-item subscale of the longer Student School Survey (SSS), a 70-item measure of school experiences.  The SSS consists of 10 subscales measuring the following areas: social cohesion and trust, school climate, the ...

The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale is a tool used to screen women who have given birth in the last six to eight weeks for depression.  The Scale is not a diagnostic tool, but it can help determine if a woman should be referred for a depression diagn ...

The DILQ (7-9 years) is a 17-item self-completion questionnaire that measures fruit and vegetable consumption in the previous 24 hours. In addition to fruit consumption the DILQ includes a limited number of questions related to mode of travel to and from ...

IndicatorsDiet/Nutrition

This tool measures reported impulsive behavior.  Impulsive behavior demonstrates a lack of self-control. This tool could be used before a middle-schooler participates in a program targeted to reducing impulsive behaviors and again after to determine the ...

Category:Self-Management

This tool was developed by Child Trends for the Templeton Foundation, as part of the Flourishing Children Project. It includes three items that measure life satisfaction in teenagers. Life satisfaction is defined as a perception of being happy with one’s ...

IndicatorsLife Satisfaction

The Screen for Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED)-Parent Report instrument consists of 41 items asking the parent (or caregiver) to indicate how often a descriptive phrase regarding how their child may have felt over the course of the previous t ...

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IndicatorsAnxiety Disorders

The first round of the NLSY 97 was implemented in 1997 with a nationally representative sample of approximately 9,000 youth between 12 and 16 years old. The Delinquency Index consists of 10 self-report items, each representing a delinquent act. Higher sco ...

This tool was developed by Child Trends for the Templeton Foundation, as part of the Flourishing Children Project. It includes seven items designed for parents to rate their relationship with their children. Parents who have positive relationships with th ...

The Drug Refusal Assertiveness Scale is one dimension of assertive behavior derived from a factor analysis of the Gambrill-Richey Assertion Inventory.  Items from that inventory were adapted to be applicable to an adolescent population, and other dimensio ...

This tool “represents the respondent’s opinions about the importance and desirability of relationships between people who do not share the same cultural and/or ethnic background” (p. 14, http://www.nationalservice.gov/pdf/national_evaluation_youthcorps_te ...

The is a self-assessment tool for organizations to help them determine the extent to which they already engage youth in their programs, their strengths in engaging the youth, and their challenges in engaging them more.  It helps programs reflect on why th ...

The questions on this tool are taken from a larger questionnaire administered to students and young adults ages 15 and up as part of the National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health (Add Health). The Add Health study is a nationally representative st ...

The Family Management Scale is part of the Communities That Care (CTC) Youth Survey. This survey is designed to measure adolescent antisocial behaviors such as drug use, delinquency, and school dropout, and the risk and protective factors that increase or ...

These five financial literacy questions were developed by Lusardi and Mitchell (2006) and included in the 2004 Health and Retirement Study (a survey of US households ages 50 and older) and the 2009 National Financial Capabilities Study (a study by FINRA I ...

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Please note that this tool is proprietary and may only be obtained by contacting the creators of the tool below. PerformWell cannot make this tool available in ETO. The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is a standardized test designed by McGraw Hill t ...

The DILQ for 9-11 year olds is a self-administered 15-item questionnaire that measures food and beverage consumption at home in the previous 24 hours.  In addition to food and beverage consumption, the DILQ (for both 7-9 and 9-11 year olds) includes a sma ...

IndicatorsDiet/Nutrition

This survey gathers information on family life, marriage and divorce, pregnancy, infertility, use of contraception, and men's and women's health.  The survey results are used by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and others to plan health se ...