Role-Play Assessment of Social Skills in Conduct Disordered and Substance Abusing Adolescents: An Empirical Review
Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse
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An integration and critical examination of studies that have evaluated social skill functioning in delinquent and substance abusing youth utilizing role-play assessment is warranted. Hence, the purpose of this paper is threefold: (a) to delineate the often misunderstood term “social skill,” (b) to describe role-play assessment, the most commonly utilized method to evaluate social skill functioning and, (c) to critically examine studies investigating social skills of conduct disordered and substance abusing adolescents.
Social skills; Conduct disorder; Substance abuse; Adolescent
Van Hasselt, V. B.,
Role-Play Assessment of Social Skills in Conduct Disordered and Substance Abusing Adolescents: An Empirical Review.
Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 8(2),