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Coping Inventories: A Measure of Adaptive Behavior, Observation and Self-Rated Forms

The Observation Form of the Coping Inventory assesses the behavior patterns and skills used by children ages 3 to 16 to meet personal needs and adapt to the demands of their environment. This form considers two categories of coping behavior, Self and Environment. In addition, it measures three continua of coping styles:

• Productive—Nonproductive
• Active—Passive
• Flexible—Rigid

Designed for individuals age 15 to adult, the Self-Rated Form of the Coping Inventory provides an Adaptive Behavior Index, a profile of coping styles, and a list of those behaviors that facilitate or interfere with adaptive coping. This form can be self-administered and profiled, while professionals assist in scoring and interpreting the scales and coping styles.

Author:
Dr. Shirley Zeitlin
Level:
Ages 3–16 (Observation Form)
Ages 15–Adult (Self-Rated Form)

Early Coping Inventory: A Measure of Adaptive Behavior

The Early Coping Inventory is an observation instrument used for assessing the coping-related behavior of children who function developmentally from 4 to 36 months. The forty-eight items in this inventory are divided into three categories:

Sensorimotor Organization, behaviors used to regulate psycho-physiological functions as well as to integrate sensory and motor processes

Reactive Behaviors, actions used to respond to the demands of physical and social environments

Self-Initiated Behaviors, autonomously generated, self-directed actions used to meet personal needs and to interact with objects and people


Professionals and nonprofessionals can rate and score the Early Coping Inventory. However, professional support is recommended in scoring and interpretation to ensure that the instrument is used in a constructive manner.

Author:
Dr. Shirley Zeitlin
Dr. G. Gordon Williamson
Margery Szczepanski
Level:
Ages 4–36 months

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