|The fast SDQ scoring site for online scoring and report generation.|
||Instructions in English for scoring by hand SDQs for 4-17 year olds, as completed by parents, teachers or youths.
These instructions also cover scoring the SDQ for those aged 18+. Instructions in many other
languages are also available, accessed through the page for that language.|
Scoring the SDQ accurately and generating useful reports is best done by computer.
||Instructions in English for scoring by hand SDQs for 2-4 year olds, as completed by parents or teachers.|
Our own scoring website is SDQscore.org, which has been
generated and optimised by the youthinmind team itself.
We provide a method for hand scoring (see below), primarily for use in difficult circumstances in low income countries.
We do not otherwise recommend hand scoring: it is prone to human error, generates an inferior report and does not even save money if you take the cost of staff time into account
||Black-and-white transparent overlays for hand scoring the English versions of the SDQ.
There is one overlay for each of the five subscales (emotional, conduct, hyperactivity, peer
and prosocial). You can print the five pages onto paper and then photocopy onto transparency
films. Or you can print directly onto transparency films if they are suitable for your printer.
To calculate total score, add the emotion, conduct, hyperactivity and peer scores - but don't
include the prosocial score. Similar overlays are also available in many other languages, accessed
through the page for that language.|
||A record sheet in English for hand-scored questionnaires. Record sheets in many other languages
are also available, accessed through the page for that language.|
|Scoring syntax using SPSS.|
|Scoring syntax using SAS.|
|Scoring syntax using Stata.|
|Scoring syntax using R.|
|Computerised algorithm for predicting disorders from multi-informant SDQ scores|
|An "added value" score for specialist services|