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The Early Childhood Behavioral Questionnaire encompasses 18 scales, and 201 items to measure several aspects of temperament in toddlers. A short form (107 items; 18 scales), and a very short form (36 items; 3 broad scales) are available.

http://www.bowdoin.edu/~sputnam/rothbart-temperament-questionnaires/instrument-descriptions/early-childhood-behavior.html

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