The pupil evaluation inventory
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- Pekarik, E.G., Prinz, R.J., Liebert, D.E. et al. J Abnorm Child Psychol (1976) 4: 83. doi:10.1007/BF00917607
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The Pupil Evaluation Inventory was developed to assess peer ratings of the behavior of male and female children in grades one through nine. Three homogeneous and stable factors emerged from a factor analysis: Aggression, Withdrawal and Likeability. High interrater agreement between male and female raters, stability of factorial structure, high internal consistency, and moderate concurrent validity were found across sex and grade levels. Test-retest reliability was high for a separate sample of third and sixth graders. There was a tendency for higher internal consistency and teacher-peer correlations for the Aggression factor.