Table 1

Reduced version of PSYCa 3–6 – 22
The modality of response was 0, 1 or 2 (never, sometimes, often) for each item
0 1 2 1. The child stutters
0 1 2 2. The child refuses to eat repeatedly
0 1 2 3. The child wakes up frequently, insomnia
0 1 2 4. The child is absent, seems somewhere else or in “his world”, has difficulties to interact with you
0 1 2 5. The child had a bad dream or a nightmare that comes often
0 1 2 6. The child is frightened, worried, anxious
0 1 2 7. The child has difficulty to be clean (pee, poop)
0 1 2 8. The child refuses to separate with one of his parents, siblings etc.
0 1 2 9. The child eats too much
0 1 2 10. The child does not speak or very little, his language is very different from children of his age
0 1 2 11. The child refuses to eat certain foods and chooses what to eat at every meal
0 1 2 12. The child has difficulty falling asleep
0 1 2 13. The child has outbursts, have uncontrolled movements for no apparent reason
0 1 2 14. The child complains of pain or complains about his body without obvious medical reason
0 1 2 15. The child is unable to sit still, he moves constantly
0 1 2 16. The child refuses to leave the household
0 1 2 17. The child is tired, discouraged
0 1 2 18. The child's behavior is really too aggressive, he is violent (at home and / or outside)
0 1 2 19. The child isolates himself or often moves away from others
0 1 2 20. The child is easily overwhelmed by his emotions anger, sadness fraternal jealousy etc.
0 1 2 21. The child plays repetitive games or activities
0 1 2 22. The child runs away or avoids sounds, images or specifics situations

Marquer et al.

Marquer et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:170   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-170

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