For this worksheet, you will read the following scenario, and interpret specific data regarding content scales, symptom scales, and settings. Additionally, you will answer five follow-up questions about this information. In the Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales self-report, any t-score over a 55 is considered clinically significant, with scores over 65 being very elevated. Examine the data below and answer the following questions. This data is a self-report for a 14-year-old Caucasian male who recently transferred to a new school. Although he has had some academic difficulties in the past, he is failing most subjects this year. He presents with a depressed mood most days and states that learning is hard. The follow-up questions will ask you to identify which content scales are considered very elevated and which content scales are considered clinically significant, but not very elevated. You will also be asked to identify in which settings the symptoms appear. Lastly, you will need to explain possible diagnoses based on very elevated interpretation and provide two plausible explanations of why this individual is having a difficult year.
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