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The Early Coping Inventory is an observation tool used to assess the coping-related behavior of children who function developmentally between 4 and 36 months. The 48 items are divided into 3 categories:

  • Sensorimotor Organization, behaviors used to regulate psycho-physiological functions as well as to integrate sensory and motor processes
  • Reactive Behaviors, actions used to respond to the demands of physical and social environments
  • Self-Initiated Behaviors, autonomously generated, self-directed actions used to meet personal needs and to interact with objects and people

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Zeitlin,Shirley Williamson,Gordon and Szczepanski,Margey (1988). Early Coping Inventory : a measure of adaptive behavior. Bensenville, IL : Scholastic Testing Service


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Scholastic Testing Services website

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