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In the present study, two of the five available factors, the withdrawn-sociable scale and the submissive-dominant scale (Becker & Krug, 1964), were used. Both of these factors were presumed to assess a child's level of overt sociability or withdrawal. In intact families, the mean of the parents' ratings on each scale was used. , 1979): (a) the teacher verbal frequency ranking procedure (TVFR), and (b) the social behavior rating scale (SBRS) (Greenwood, Todd, Walker, & Hops, 1978). The TVFR requires the teacher simply to rankorder all the children in the classroom on the basis of an estimate of each child's verbal behavior output.
If the manner in which children's social competence is exhibited has an impact on others, their judgments should provide a summary measure of the children's level of successful social functioning or adaptation. Peers, teachers, and parents comprise the primary groups of social agents whose judgments have been measured or examined (Hops & Greenwood, 1981; Hops & Lewin, 1984). The judgment of peers has been shown to have both shortand long-term predictability for a variety of mental health and social difficulties (Cowen, Pederson, Babigian, Izzo, & Trost, 1973; Roff, Sells, & Golden, 1972).