The SSQ is a broad measure of children’s social skills that has parent (SSQ-P) and teacher versions (SSQ-T). Parents and teachers are asked to rate how often a child displays 30 social skills on a 3-point Likert scale ranging from zero (never) to two (always). Total scores range from 0 to 60 and normative data are available. The present study obtained Cronbach’s alphas of .88 for the SSQ-P and .94 for the SSQ-T. In this study, the SSQ was used as a measure of ‘far’ social skill transfer, given that many items assess social skills that are not specifically taught in the SAS program (e.g. Expresses affection or positive feelings to others).

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