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Why were the 2 month and 9 month questionnaires added in ASQ-3?

The addition of the 2 month questionnaire enables users to reliably screen children as young as 1 month of age. The new 9 month questionnaire helps pediatricians follow the American Academy of Pediatrics’s guideline to screen all children at the 9-month, 18-month, and 30-month well-child visits.

What is new about the third edition of ASQ?

ASQ-3 features two new questionnaires (the 2 month and 9 month questionnaires); an expanded and more flexible age range for administration; a refined Spanish translation; new cutoff scores and a new monitoring zone; new standardization data; an updated user’s guide, and online data management and questionnaire complet…

The age ranges for the 9 and 10 month old questionnaires overlap, but the cutoff scores on the two intervals are different. If we used the 10 month questionnaire for a child 9 1/2 months, his score falls into the monitoring zone, but if we use the 9 month questionnaire his scores falls in the normal range. Which questionnaire interval do you recommend using for a child between 9 months, 0 days and 9 months, 30 days?

The cutoff scores do differ between the 9 month and 10 month questionnaire intervals. The developers added the 9 month questionnaire with the third edition of ASQ in 2009, primarily to meet the needs of pediatricians following the American Academy of Pediatrics’ recommendations to screen at 9, 18, and 30 months. Resea…

Why are there are both 9 and 10 month questionnaires for ASQ-3?

The 9 month questionnaire interval was added to the third edition of ASQ to assist with pediatricians' use of screening tools at the 9, 18, and 30 month visits per the [AAP policy statement on screening][1]. There is an overlap between the age administration windows for the 9 and 10 month questionnaires, and your prog…

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