Select your Language

Behavior Assessment System for Children | Third Edition

BASC-3
A comprehensive set of rating scales and forms, BASC-3 helps you understand the behaviors and emotions of children and adolescents. Guidance on using this test in your telepractice.
View all tests and materials
BASC-3 Q-global Administration/Report with Intervention Recommendations Qty 1 (Digital)
30867 Qualification Level B

Includes 1 on-screen administration, scoring and reporting for the TRS, PRS, SRP-Child, or SRP-Adolescent forms and includes Intervention Recommendations.
For use with On-Screen or Remote On-Screen Administration, or for digital scoring & reporting after traditional administration with printed record forms.
Please note: Intervention recommendations are not available for the SRP-I and SRP-College forms—please order 30866 to generate these reports.

Ordering

$4.65

1-4 $4.65
5-9 $4.42
10-24 $4.19
25-50 $3.95
51+ $3.72
Savings are estimated

Overview

Publication date:
2015
Age range:
2:0 - 21:11 (TRS and PRS); 6:0 through college age (SRP)
Scores/Interpretation:
T scores and percentiles, for a general population and clinical populations
Qualification level:
B
Completion time:
10-20 minutes (TRS and PRS), 30 minutes (SRP)
Scoring options:

Q-global™ Web-based Administration, Scoring, and/or Reporting, or Manual Scoring

Other languages:
French
Telepractice:
Guidance on using this test in your telepractice

Product Details

BASC-3 uses a comprehensive set of rating scales and forms to provide a complete picture of a child's or adolescent’s behavior and emotions.

Benefits

  • Differentiate between hyperactivity and attention problems
  • Identify behavior problems as required by IDEA, and for developing FBAs, BIPs, and IEPs.
  • Strong base of theory and research gives a thorough set of highly interpretable scales.
  • Access to efficient and extensive reports using computer scoring and interpretation.

Features

BASC-3 applies a triangulation method for gathering information. It analyzes a child’s behavior from three perspectives: self, teacher, and parent.

  • Teacher Rating Scales (TRS) measure adaptive and problem behaviors in the preschool or school setting.
  • Parent Rating Scales (PRS) measure both adaptive and problem behaviors in the community and home setting.
  • Parenting Relationship Questionnaire (PRQ).
  • Self-Report of Personality (SRP) provides insight into a child’s or adult’s thoughts and feelings.
  • Student Observation System (SOS) enables clinicians and other qualified observers to code and record direct observations of a child’ behavior in a classroom setting.
  • Structured Developmental History (SDH) offers a comprehensive history and background survey that supplies a thorough review of social, psychological, developmental, educational, and medical information on the child.
BASC-3 Pie Chart

Telepractice

Find out how to use this test in your telepractice.

Learn more

New Emotional Disturbance qualification scale to help identify and support students. Available now within BASC-3 kits.

Scales

 

Teacher Rating Scales (TRS)

  • Completed by: Teacher or other qualified professional
  • Measures: Adaptive and problem behaviors in the preschool or school setting
  • Forms: Preschool (ages 2 to 5), child (ages 6 to 11), and adolescent (ages 12 to 21)
  • Administration Time: 10-20 minutes
  • Number of items: 105-165, using behaviors that are rated on a four-point scale of frequency, ranging from "Never" to "Almost Always"
  • Validity: Validity and response set indexes used to help judge the quality of completed forms are also available.

Parent Rating Scales (PRS)

  • Completed by: Parent or caregiver
  • Measures: Adaptive and problem behaviors in the community and home setting
  • Forms: Preschool (ages 2 to 5), child (ages 6 to 11), and adolescent (ages 12 to 21)
  • Administration Time: 10-20 minutes
  • Number of items: 139-175 items, using a four-choice response format
  • Validity: Validity and response set indexes used to help judge the quality of completed forms are also available.

Self-Report of Personality (SRP)

  • Completed by: Self
  • Measures: Insight into a child's or adult's thoughts and feelings
  • Forms: SRP-I (ages 6 to 7), child (ages 8 to 11), adolescent (ages 12 to 21), college (ages 18 to 25), Spanish version available for the child and adolescent forms only
  • Administration Time: 30 minutes
  • Validity: Includes validity scales for helping judge the quality of completed forms. 
  • A Spanish version is available for the child and adolescent forms only.

BASC-3 Student Observation System (SOS)

  • Completed by: Teacher or other qualified professional
  • Records: Direct observations of a child’s behavior in a classroom setting
  • Assesses: Both adaptive and maladaptive behaviors, from positive peer interaction to repetitive motor movements
  • Administration Time: Uses momentary time sampling during three-second intervals spaced 30 seconds apart over a 15-minute period
  • Can be employed for the direct observation portion of a Functional Behavior Assessment and can be used singly or with other BASC-3 components.

Structured Developmental History (SDH)

Offers a comprehensive history and background survey that supplies a thorough review of social, psychological, developmental, educational, and medical information on the child.

Emotional Disturbance Qualification scales (EDQs)

Aligning with IDEA Criteria for ED, BASC-3 EDQs reflect new combinations of existing BASC-3 clinical and adaptive scales. The EDQs cover five of the six IDEA criterion for ED, including:

  • Unsatisfactory interpersonal relationships
  • Inappropriate behavior and/or feelings
  • Unhappiness or depression
  • Physical symptoms or fears
  • Schizophrenia and related disorders of thought

Resources

Webinars

The following training events are available for BASC-3.

 
 

You may also be interested in....