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This is an update on the Adverse Childhood Experiences versus Positive Childhood Experiences (ACE versus PCE). This new chart adds numbers to each test’s items, one through ten. It also reformats the page so the two tests align each item for item, which makes it easier to compare a negative experience with its positive one. To achieve that effect it was necessary to change the positive definitions slightly to fit the new format. Each test was given a title line above it, which aids clarity. A bit of brief comment was added to the conclusion. The aim of this presentation is to clarify the types of behaviors that adults would use to raise a child in a way that would bring about a happier adult. Here is a printable PDF file – ACE-PCE test

Adverse Childhood Experiences versus Positive Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences versus Positive Childhood Experiences (ACE versus PCE)

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