What is atypicality as defined by the BASC-2?


The BASC-2 is a test that evaluates behavior in children. Atypicality is defined by the BASC-2 as a tendency to behave in ways considered 'odd', immaturity, having thoughts regarded as bizarre, and having large mood swings, along with other unusual behavior.
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