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If you want to change violent behavior, it helps to knwo what's montivating it. Now there's a quick and reliable way to find out whether and why specific individuals are attracted to guns and violence. The AGVQ measures the attitudes of young people, ages 6 to 29, toward guns, physical aggression, and interpersonal conflict. AGVQ items focus on violence related issues relevant to young people, with an emphasis on guns. The test form (titled "What's Your Opinion?") asks individuals to choose one of three response options to indicate extent of agreement with each item. Quick and inexpensive, the AGVQ is an important addition to any program intended to reduce violence.
|Authors||John H. Wineman|
|Contents||25 AutoScore Answer Forms; Manual; 50 Aggressive Behavior Checklists (25 Teacher Forms; 25 Student Forms)|
|Age Range||6 - 29 yrs|
|Time Taken||5 - 10 minutes|