is this evaluation based on a time when the child
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Adapted from the Vanderbilt Rating Scales developed by Mark L. Wolraich, M.D. Revised - 0303
3. Change of appetite (Explain Below)
4. Trouble sleeping
5. Irritability in the late morning, late afternoon, or evening (Explain Below)
6. Socially withdrawn - Decreased interaction with others
7. Extreme sadness or unusual crying
8. Dull, tired, listless behavior
9. Tremors/feeling shaky
10. Repetitive movements, tics, jerking, twitching, eye blinking (Explain below)
11. Picking at skin or fingers, nail biting, lip or cheek chewing (Explain below)
12. Sees or hears things that aren't there
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