This report describes a study investigating the extent to which the Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP) (2015) correlates with other assessments of related areas of child development (e.g., social and emotional development, self-regulation, language and literacy, general cognition/math, and physical development). In order to provide evidence that the DRDP assesses key developmental constructs as intended, we tested whether DRDP scores correspond with the scores on similar assessments of child development. (author abstract)
DRDP technical report for early infancy through kindergarten: Validity in relation to external assessments of child development
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