Changes in the Process of Identification By karenleewood Feb 2, 1978 The Behavior Rating Profile Feb 2, 1985 Hoover and Collier suggest need to understand relationship between school-related behaviors and cultural customs. Feb 2, 1985 The Waksman Social Skills Rating Scale (Waksman) Feb 2, 1990 Conner's Teacher Rating Scale Feb 2, 1995 Walker and McConnell's Scale of Social Competence and School Adjustment. Feb 2, 1996 -1997 school year saw a 33-fold difference between the lowest and highest State identification rates of school-aged youth. .74% Feb 2, 1996 McIntrye & Forness support including social maladjustments and conduct disorders. Feb 2, 1996 McIntyre difines cognitive style as "the way in which one acquires, processes/analyses, and displays knowledge." Feb 2, 1997 -1998 .74% of all school-aged special education students were identified as EBD. Feb 2, 1997 IDEA 97 defines emotional disturbances. Feb 2, 1998 Social Skills Rating System Feb 2, 1998 Behavior Assessment System for Children (Reynolds & Kamphaus) Feb 2, 1998 Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale (Epstein & Sharma) Feb 2, 1999 Garbarino studies support underlying pyschological and emotional disturbances of students who act in violent or distructive ways. Feb 2, 1999 Study reports 28 of 44 states exclude students with social maladjustments from eligability.