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Modification of the Syracuse scales of social relations for administration in the third and fourth grades and in special classes for the mentally retarded


, : Modification of the Syracuse scales of social relations for administration in the third and fourth grades and in special classes for the mentally retarded. Psychological Reports 18(1): 295-327

Certain assumptions and procedures for administering the Syracuse Scales of Social Relations are examined, using classes of elementary and educable mentally retarded school children and a modified Syracuse Scales developed and administered to a sample of 400 third through 6th grade and special class children. The detailed analysis of these data supports the use of the modification for this population.

US$19.90

PMID: 5908496

DOI: 10.2466/pr0.1966.18.1.295


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