Achenbach


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Ach·en·bach

(ahk'ĕn-bahk),
Walter, 20th-century German internist. See: Achenbach syndrome.
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I used the Achenbach Child Behavioral Checklist (1991) to measure the well siblings behavioral functioning.
Music therapist Chris Achenbach explained: "Music is a powerful medium to which almost all of us respond in some way.
During the home interview, the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL; Achenbach, 1991) was administered.
I don't know if any trend ever really sweeps the nation," says Jay Achenbach, corporate marketing manager for foodservice for Libbey Glass in Toledo, OH.
JOEL ACHENBACH, Washington Post columnist and author
Several Book Fair featured authors explore scientists, their struggles and how the discoveries have impacted our world are Joel Achenbach, who chronicles the success and failures of the BP Oil disaster and how engineers worked to find a solution; Thea Cooper, who documents the struggles of the scientists, manufacturers and patients in the development of Insulin in Breakthrough; Holly Tucker, author of Blood Work, delves into the mid-century perception of blood transfusions and how scientific understandings of the day limited the success of this life-saving procedure which is common in medical practices throughout the world today; and Celeste Baine, author of Is There an Engineer in You?
These teachers filled out the Child Behavior Checklist-Teacher's Report Form (CBCL-TRF) [Achenbach and Rescorla 2001; Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) 2010] during the period of March 2009 and June 2009.
Experiential learning can be an effective tool, as it (a) encourages students to consider cultural contexts that influence their own behavior, attitudes, and beliefs; (b) engages students in affective learning that assists them in challenging their ethnocentrism and promotes their self-awareness; and (c) facilitates students' own cultural experiences, along with those of peers, in a structured environment with relatively low risk (Arthur & Achenbach, 2002).
Achenbach (1997) reported support for criterion-related validity with analyses showing significant differences between clinically referred and nonreferred participants.
By Joel Achenbach I dropped by NASA headquarters earlier in May to hear about the relatively nearby and extremely massive star that might explode at any moment.
Naval Aviation Warfare Officer USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) LTJG Joseph Achenbach, SC, USN LT Sam Riser, SC, USN
Two assessments were used to measure the behavior of the residents, which included the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL; Achenbach, 1991) and the Devereux Scales of Mental Disorders (DSMD; The Devereux Foundation, 1994).