Similarly, Buhrow, Hartshorne, and Bradley-Johnson (1998) found that children in first to sixth grade who were visually impaired showed significantly lower levels of social assertion than did a normed sample, when social assertion was measured using ratings by the children's parents on the Social Skills Rating System (SSRS; Gresham & Elliott, 1990).
What does SSRS stand for?
SSRS stands for Social Skills Rating System
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Consequently, comprehensive teacher rating measures, such as the Social Skills Rating System for Teachers, Preschool Level (SSRS-T; Gresham & Elliot, 1990) have generated much research and clinical interest because of their purported ability to assess multiple dimensions of children's social behavior and conduct problems in a cost efficient manner.
Eighty-two Head Start preschoolers were assessed with a peer rating measure of sociometric status, the Social Skills Rating System for Teachers (Gresham & Elliott, 1990), an Overt Aggression scale culled from items from the Aggressive Behavior subscale of the CBCL-TRF (Achenbach, 1997), and teacher ratings of relational aggression (Crick, Casas, & Mosher, 1997).
Two measures that have been frequently used in the past are the Social Skills Rating System (Gresham & Elliot, 1990) and the Teacher-Child Rating Scale (Hightower, Spinell, & Lotyczewski, 1987).
Measures The Social Skills Rating System (SSRS) (Gresham & Elliott, 1990) was used to provide an assessment of children's social behaviors.
The Social Skills Rating System (SSRS; Gresham & Elliott, 1990) is a standardized, norm-referenced rating scale developed to assess student social behaviors.
Parents completed the Social Skills Rating System and the Child Behavior Checklist for the children with disabilities and their siblings.
Lane and colleagues extended the work on elementary (in press) and secondary (2002) teachers' expectations by surveying teachers using a portion of the Social Skills Rating System (Gresham & Elliott, 1990) in addition to collecting additional demographic information on teacher characteristics.