French

Single-sided version without impact supplement
One-sided SDQ for parents or teachers of 4-17 year olds
One-sided self-rated SDQ for 11-17 year olds
s18+    One-sided SDQ for self-report by those aged 18 and over
i18+    One-sided SDQ for informant report on those aged 18 and over
 
Double-sided version with impact supplement
P2-4 - SDQ and impact supplement for the parents of 2-4 year olds
P4-17 - SDQ and impact supplement for the parents of 4-17 year olds
S11-17 - SDQ and impact supplement for self-completion by 11-17 year olds
T4-17 - SDQ and impact supplement for the teachers of 4-17 year olds
i18+    SDQ and impact supplement for informant report on those aged 18 and over
s18+    SDQ and impact supplement for self-report by those aged 18 and over
 
Follow-up version (the default is to ask about 'clinic visits': email youthinmind@gmail.com for versions asking about other interventions)
P4-17 FOLLOW-UP - SDQ, follow-up questions and impact supplement for the parents of 4-17 year olds
S11-17 FOLLOW-UP - SDQ, follow-up questions and impact supplement for self-completion by 11-17 year olds
i18+ FOLLOW-UP  - SDQ follow-up questions and impact supplement for informant report on those aged 18 and over
s18+ FOLLOW-UP  - SDQ follow-up questions and impact supplement for self-report by those aged 18 and over
 
For scoring
Scoring instructions for SDQs for 4-17 year olds completed by parents or teachers. See 'Scoring the SDQ' page for the latest information in English, including scoring SDQs aimed at other age groups.
Scoring instructions for self-report SDQs for 11-17 year olds. See 'Scoring the SDQ' page for the latest information in English.
Black-and-white overlays for hand scoring parent and teacher SDQs. You can either print them directly onto transparency films designed for printers, or print them onto paper and then photocopy them onto transparency films. There is one overlay for each of the five subscales (emotional, conduct, hyperactivity, peer and prosocial). To calculate total score, add the emotion, conduct, hyperactivity and peer scores - but don't include the prosocial score.
Black-and-white overlays for hand scoring self-report SDQs. You can either print them directly onto transparency films designed for printers, or print them onto paper and then photocopy them onto transparency films. There is one overlay for each of the five subscales (emotional, conduct, hyperactivity, peer and prosocial). To calculate total score, add the emotion, conduct, hyperactivity and peer scores - but don't include the prosocial score.
A record sheet for hand-scored questionnaires

The following people have made major contributions to the translation, back-translation or validation: Eric Fombonne, Mathieu d'Acremont, Martial Van der Linden, Christiane Capron, Muriel Maufroy, Louise Proust, Andrea Christiane Samson.


Last modified : 17/06/16