RCAD


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RCAD

Abbreviation for:
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The event invitation depicts an original comic strip that tells the story of 2013 Ringling graduate Tyrell Waiters, a graphic designer at Abercrombie & Fitch, who could not have attended RCAD without a scholarship and is the special star tonight.
Founded 80 years ago in 1931 with a push from John Ringling, RCAD has students representing 44 states, 60 countries, two military bases, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and two autonomous regions: Bermuda and Hong Kong.
The original version of the RCADS (Chorpita et al., 2000; Sandin et al., 2010; Sandin, Valiente, & Chorot, 2009) consists of a 47-item Likert-type scale ranging from 0 to 3 points (never, sometimes, often, and always).
Each member of the sample completed the RCADS in their assigned format (either online or pencil and paper) with their classmates; support was given by experienced psychologists who instructed them, resolved doubts, and informed the children and adolescents that there were no right and wrong answers.
Por ultimo, para establecer el valor predictivo de las variables consideradas en el trabajo, se llevaron a cabo analisis de regresion multiple jerarquica, tomando como variables criterio cada una de las subescalas del RCADS (version de 47 y 30 items) y su puntuacion total.
Las dimensiones de perfeccionismo y rumiacion y las puntuaciones totales correlacionaron positivamente con la sintomatologia ansioso depresiva general segun el RCADS. Las magnitudes fueron grandes para la asociacion del RCADS total con la puntuacion total de rumiacion y las dimensiones Reflexion y Rumiacion negativa, mientras que fueron medianas con el perfeccionismo.
The comparison of RCADS scores between parent and child demonstrated moderate to strong correlation with each other on the following scales: separation anxiety, generalized anxiety, obsessive/compulsive, and depression.
The Revised Child Anxiety and Depression Scale (RCADS) (Chorpita, Moffitt, & Gray, 2005; Chorpita, Yim, Moffitt, Umemoto, & Francis, 2000) is a self-report questionnaire for youth used to measure the risk for depression and anxiety.
Descriptive statistics (frequencies, means, standard deviations) were used to describe demographics, and anxiety and depression (RCADS) and quality of life (PedsQL) scores.
The RCADS is a 47-item self report questionnaire, with scale corresponding to Separation Anxiety Disorder (SAD), Social Anxiety (SA), Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Disorder (PD), Obsessive Compulsion Disorder (OCD) and Major Depressive Disorder (MDD).
An effort to develop a parsimonious instrument resulted in the Revised Child Anxiety and Depression Scale (RCADS).