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Test name: Personality Inventory for Children (PIC).
Test use: The objective of this multidimensional test of child and adolescent behavior and emotional and cognitive status. The test assesses the following criteria:
Cognitive Impairment, Impulsivity and Distractibility, Delinquency, Family Dysfunction, Reality Distortion, Somatic Concern, Psychological Discomfort, Social Withdrawal, Social Skills Deficits, Response Validity Scales
Test scales and subscales: It is a forced choice test, where every single answer must be filed in. Full-length version of the PIC, which has 420 true-false items about child cognitive, emotional, and behavioral status. The full-length version has 20 ...