Site and Scoring Licenses for the Reproduction of ASEBA Forms and Scoring

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If you wish to apply for a Site or Scoring License to reproduce our forms, please fill out the appropriate Application Form, as specified below:

The application process is as follows:

  • Application is completed by you and submitted via email to [email protected]
  • Application is reviewed and approved by ASEBA and quote for cost is sent to you via email
  • You reply affirmatively to accept the quote
  • We prepare the agreement and send it to you along with an invoice and payment instructions
  • You sign the agreement, return it to us, and pay invoice in full
  • Once signature page is received and payment has been made in full, we issue you the fully executed agreement and requested form(s) and/or T-scoring files

This process typically takes a couple of days to a week depending on whether we need additional information from you.

For any customizations to our standard agreement, please note that there may be a $200 “License customization fee” depending on the significance of the changes requested. Fee will be charged at the sole discretion of the licensor.

Site License Application (MS Word®)
Site License Application (PDF)
Download the Site License Application (MS Word®)

In the file download box, click on “open” (Note: If you have an earlier version of Internet Explorer or use another browser, you may need to first “save” the form on your PC and then open it from the saved location.)

If you want to save a copy on your PC, click on “file” on the browser menu bar and then save the form to the folder of your choice.
Download the Site License Application (PDF)

(Note: You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader® to open this form.)
Scoring License Application (MS Word®)
Scoring License Application (PDF)
Download the Scoring License Application (MS Word®)

In the file download box, click on “open” (Note: If you have an earlier version of Internet Explorer or use another browser, you may need to first “save” the form on your PC and then open it from the saved location.)

If you want to save a copy on your PC, click on “file” on the browser menu bar and then save the form to the folder of your choice.
Download the Scoring License Application (PDF)

(Note: You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader® to open this form.)

All ASEBA forms, profiles, templates, software, DVDs, videos, audiotapes, Manuals, and Guides are copyrighted and must not be reproduced or altered without written permission from the copyright owner.

The copyrights provide legal protection against unauthorized reproduction and alteration of the copyrighted materials. Violation of copyrights is punishable by fines up to $100,000, plus civil penalties.

Standard Aseba Scoring Options For Site Licenses

When preparing your project, it is important to plan ahead for scoring your data. ASEBA offers several products to accurately produce ASEBA scores. Standard options 1-4 below are all available from our Catalog.

Option 1: ASEBA-Web

Similar to the ASEBA-PC modules but available over the web. Has the convenience of an informant site that allows informants to complete the forms over the web. SCICA and TOF are not available on ASEBA-Web.

Option 2: ASEBA-PC

We strongly recommend that you score data from ASEBA forms using ASEBA-PC, our rigorously tested scoring software. The easiest way to use ASEBA-PC for scoring is to plan to enter the responses from your paper forms directly into ASEBA-PC. ASEBA-Network gives simultaneous access for multiple users.

What to purchase:

One ASEBA-PC module for each age group (each sold separately or a combined module for all ages):

  • Preschool module (CBCL/1½-5, C-TRF/1½-5 – includes earlier versions)
  • School-age module (CBCL/6-18, TRF/6-18, YSR/11-18 – includes earlier versions)
  • Software for Brief Problem Monitor/6-18
  • Adult module (ABCL/18-59, ASR/18-59)
  • Software for Brief Problem Monitor/18-59
  • Older Adult module (OABCL/60-90+, OASR/60-90+)
  • Family Assessment Module (School-Age and Adult Modules combined with family assessment reports)

Option 3: Hand-scored profiles:

You can score forms individually using paper hand-scored profiles. Total scores, T-scores, and/or percentiles from each completed paper profile must be manually transferred into the software application of your choice for eventual analyses. Hand-scoring is available only for current ASEBA forms, excluding the DOF. Hand-scored profiles do not have the multicultural norms or the new 2007 scales for School-Age, the new 2010 scale for Preschool forms, nor the new 2015 scales for the Adult forms.

What to purchase (refer to our catalog for details; current versions only):

  • Hand-scored profiles for empirically based syndromes (gender-specific by form)
  • Hand-scored profiles for DSM-oriented scales (gender-specific by form)
  • Optional reusable templates for both types of profiles (form-specific) 

Non-standard Scoring For Aseba Forms

We strongly recommend that you select one of the standard scoring options above for your data. However, in some situations, our standard options may not fit a non-ASEBA scoring model. To score ASEBA forms using a non-ASEBA scoring model, you must apply for a Scoring License. Please call our Customer Service staff at (802)656-5130 to discuss your best option and determine whether you need to apply for a scoring license.

Resources available for non-ASEBA scoring:

  • Child Behavior Checklist/1½-5
  • Caregiver-Teacher Report Form/1½-5
  • Child Behavior Checklist/6-18
  • Teacher Report Form/6-18
  • Youth Self-Report/11-18
  • Brief Problem Monitor/6-18 (BPM-P, BPM-T, BPM-Y)
  • Adult Behavior Checklist/18-59
  • Adult Self-Report/18-59
  • Brief Problem Monitor/18-59
  • Older Adult Behavior Checklist/60-90+
  • Older Adult Self-Report/60-90+

Sold separately: Electronic T-score lookup tables for all age/gender groups available in Excel® format. (Prices are on the Scoring License application)

Complimentary (included with purchased electronic T-score lookup tables): 

  1. The Manual that is appropriate for the T-score lookup table(s) you order.
  2. ASEBA Score Comparison Data Suite: Use this suite to compare scored output from your non-ASEBA scoring model with scores produced by ASEBA software.
    • Scripts that describe each test condition for each type of ASEBA form
    • Set of ASEBA forms (as PDF files) with ratings for each test condition
    • Set of unscored data for test conditions delivered in a variety of formats to potentially import into your scoring system. This set of data will include a file for each gender/age group based on the form’s breakdown of T-scores (i.e., CBCL = 4 gender/age groups; C-TRF = 2 gender groups)
    • Set of scored data based on the unscored data set delivered in a variety of formats to facilitate comparison with scores your system produces
    • File format definitions for both unscored and scored data set