(CBCL, TRF, YSR, SCICA,
Adults (OABCL, OASR)
Data Manager (ADM)
with Module for Ages 1½-5 with Multicultural Options
Stress Problems Scale!
modules provide data entry, scoring, profiles, cross-informant
comparisons, & exportable narrative reports for ASEBA
forms for ages 1½ to 90+.
makes it easy to manage data obtained with ASEBA forms.
It creates easy-to-read profiles of normed scale scores
and narrative reports exportable to screen, printer, MS
Word®, text, and PDF files, including A4 and U.S.
include competence, adaptive functioning,syndromes,DSM-oriented
scales, Internalizing, Externalizing, Total Problems,
and Other Problems. Narrative reports include Critical
scores are displayed below the profile, enabling you
to quickly see both the profile pattern and the specific
Cross-Informant Report compares up to 8 pre-school,
school-age, adult, or older adult forms in a color-coded
report. View side-by-side item scores from each form,
correlations between informants, and color-coded bar
graphs of scale scores for each form.
Windows® 7 (version 9.1 & up only), 2000, XP,
or Vista (32-bit). ADM can be used on Macintosh computers
with computer virtualization software such as Bootcamp,
Parallels, and VMware.
and School-Age Modules offer
options and additional scales. The
ADM Modules for Ages 1½-5 and Ages 6-18 with Multicultural
Options enables you to display profiles & cross-informant
comparisons with multicultural norms for scales including
the new Stress Problems scale and a Sleep Problems (CBCL/1½-5
only) scale for Ages 1½-5. Tthe following scales
were published in 2007 for Ages 6-18: the Obsessive-Compulsive
Problems, Posttraumatic Stress Problems, Sluggish Cognitive
Tempo, & Positive Qualities.
data into ADM from Web-Link,
or WebForms Direct. Export
data from ADM for statistical analyses and other purposes.
A Network License allows multiple users to share
a single installation of ADM on a network or shared drive.
ADM does not support Wide Area Networks (WAN) or Thin
Client Networks. License requires ADM version 6.0 or higher.
is easy to implement in a HIPAA-compliant system when
used with passwords.