Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ): A Parent-Completed, Child-Monitoring System (2nd ed.)

Author(s): Bricker, Diane D.; Squires, Jane; Mounts, Linda; Potter, LaWanda; Nickel, Robert E.; Twombly, Elizabeth; Farrell, Jane;
Date Issued: 1999
Publisher(s): Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
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Alernative Title: ASQ
Source: Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing [Primary source]
Topics: Research & Evaluation Methods > Measures
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