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Processing Data and Preparing Profiles

Q: I have collected my data on ASEBA paper forms. What are my options for scoring them?

Q: Is there any way for my clients to enter their responses directly into the computer?

Q: Can I read your forms using a scanner?

Q: Is there any difference between data files that have been entered by key entry and those entered by another method (scanning or client entry)?

Q: I want to perform my own data analyses. What are the formats of the raw and scored data files?

Q: Is there a way to get scale scores and T Scores into my SPSS statistical package?

 

Q: I have collected my data on ASEBA paper forms. What are my options for scoring them?

ASEBA paper forms can be scored by hand or on the computer.

Scoring on the computer:

  • The ADM program allows you to enter and score each of our forms. See the ADM program for more information.

  • Our forms can also be scored by using Web-Link, our secure Internet solution for entry and scoring of ASEBA rating forms.

Scoring by hand:

  • All of our forms can be scored by hand using the pre-printed paper profiles and optional templates. See our current ASEBA Catalog for more information. Please note that the on-line version of our catalog requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader you may download it for free by clicking on the button below.

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Q: Is there any way for my clients to enter their responses directly into the computer?

Computer entry by clients at your location:

  • When they are at your facility, parents, teachers, and youths can directly enter their responses to CBCL/6-18, TRF, and YSR items via our ADM Client Entry Module.

Computer entry by clients at other locations:

  • ASEBA’s Internet product, Web-Link, enables individuals, parents, and teachers to fill out our forms on-line. School-age forms (CBCL/6-18, TRF/6-18, YSR/11-18), preschool-age forms (C15/1½-5, T15/1½-5), adult forms (ASR/18-59, ABC/18-59), and older adult forms (OASR/60-90+, OABC/60-90+), are all available from any computer with an Internet connection. Their responses are automatically transmitted back to you. Find more details at the Web-Link demonstration at www.web-link.org.

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Q: Can I read your forms using a scanner?

We no longer offer ascanning option.

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Q: Is there any difference between data files that have been entered by key entry and those entered by another method (scanning or client entry)?

The three methods of data entry (key entry, scanning, and client entry) create substantially identical data files.

Users of our ADM program will notice that it stores data from different sources in different ways. When you view the list of forms entered for a particular client; the leftmost column displays a letter that identifies the mode of entry for each form. Those letters and their meaning are as follows:

C - Client Entered
K - Key Entered
S - Scanned
V - Converted from ASCII data
W - Key-entered in Web-Link
E - Client-entered in Web-Link

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Q: I want to perform my own data analyses. What are the formats of the raw and scored data files?

If you want to perform your own data analyses using the raw data from our entry programs, you will need to be able to identify individual items within the raw data files. The ADM program provides an “Export” function that allows you to create files of raw and scored data in different formats.

Refer to the ADM Manual for more information.

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Q: Is there a way to get scale scores and T Scores into my SPSS statistical package?

Our A2S software is a one-way utility designed to import exported ADM data into SPSS. It will not allow you to import SPSS data into ADM.

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