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By Jennifer Merritt

Bankers, cash managers, fast-trackers, and the ultra-rich themselves spill invaluable insider secrets and techniques on the best way to spend your cash wisely—and while to not spend it at all.

Bankers, cash managers, fast-trackers, and the ultra-rich themselves spill priceless insider secrets and techniques on find out how to spend your funds wisely—and while to not spend it in any respect. in accordance with the preferred Reader’s Digest column, thirteen issues wealthy humans Won’t let you know bargains the main dazzling secrets and techniques from self-made prosperous fogeys for making monetary abundance a fact. full of interesting tales and insider suggestion on saving, making an investment, and spending correctly, this ebook will divulge monetary secrets and techniques of every kind so that you can turn into on speedy specialist in every little thing with regards to your cash.

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Dominicinteractive. com) iNTERVIEW sCHEDULE FOR cHILDREN AND aDOLESCENTS Description The Interview Schedule for Children and Adolescents (ISCA) is a semistructured symptom-oriented psychiatric interview (Kovacs, 1997; Sherrill 8c Kovacs, 2000). The ISCA can be used with youths from ages 8 to 17; the Follow-Up Interview Schedule for Adults (FISA) was developed as a forward extension of the ISCA for assessing youths followed into adulthood in longitudinal studies. There are currently two complementary versions of the ISCA: a version for assessing current and lifetime symptomatology and a version for assessing current and interim symptomatology (since the last follow-up assessment in prospective studies).

The K-SADS should be administered by clinicians who have been trained in the diagnostic assessment of children and adolescents and are familiar with DSM-N. The K-SADS versions are appropriate for clinical research and have been used in community-based and longitudinal studies. The K-SADS-E (Orvaschel, 1994) focuses on both current symptomatology and the severity of symptoms during the most severe past episode. Symptoms associated with past episodes are rated as present/absent; current symptoms are rated as mild, moderate, or severe (but the format of present/ absent ratings can be retained at the discretion of the interviewer).

The K-LIFE and the A-LIFE also have a second section titled “Suicidal Gestures and Attempts” in which participants are asked whether there have been times when they have tried to hurt themselves. Follow-up questions include questions about the total number of attempts/gestures; the date, intent, and medical lethality associated with each attempt/gesture; and whether participants were intoxicated, on medication, delusional, hallucinating, confused, or disorganized when the gesture/attempt occurred.

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