Brief Problem Monitor (BPM) 6-18

The Brief Problem Monitor (BPM) 6-18 is part of the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) taxonomy and is a validated instrument to assess psychiatric symptoms in both clinical and research settings. The brief ASEBA parent/teacher/self report version for youths 6 to 18 years old includes the scales Attention Problems, Internalizing, Externalizing, and Total Problems.

Adolescents completed the Brief Problem Monitor - Youth Form (BPM-Y) - a questionnaire containing 19 items covering total problems, internalising behavior, externalising behavior, and attention problems, drawn from the Youth Self Report.

Available measurements
  • Main Cohort

  • 9-10 years
  • CC
    8.7 - 12.5 years   From 2012-01-01 to 2016-12-31

  • 17-18 years
  • CC
    18.0 years   From 2020-10-01 (ongoing)

    Mode of collection SelfAdministeredQuestionnaire
    Instrument name Brief Problem Monitor - Youth Form (BPM-Y)
    Alternate name mijn eerste vragenlijst; Grow it Online vragenlijst (Collected during pandemic)
    Measure name Children's behavior and emotions
    You can also access this dataset using the API (see API Docs).