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Anger Disorders Scale

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Author Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D & Raymond Chip Tafrate, PhD. Description The ADS helps you identify clinically dysfunctional anger in your clients.  Developed for use with clinical populations, the ADS specifically assesses anger as an independent problem rather than a secondary feature of other disorders.  The ADS is the most comprehensive scientific assessment to date of... READ MORE
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Adult Manifest Anxiety Scale

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Authors Cecil R. Reynolds, Ph.D., Bert O. Richmond, Ed.D., and Patricia A. Lowe, Ph.D. Description  Developed by the authors of the highly regarded Revised Childrens Manifest Anxiety Scale (RCMAS), this self-report inventory measures the level and nature of anxiety in adults.  The AMAS incorporates the best attributes of the RCMAS while adding age-appropriate item content... READ MORE
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Aggression Questionnaire

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Authors Arnold H. Buss, Ph.D. and W. L. Warren, Ph.D. Description  This self-report inventory makes it possible, and practical, to routinely screen children and adults for aggressive tendencies.  The Aggression Questionnaire (AQ) measures an individual's aggressive responses and his or her ability to channel those responses in a safe and constructive manner.  Because it takes just 10... READ MORE
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Adult Suicidal Ideation Questionnaire

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Author William M. Reynolds, PhD Description The ASIQ may be used during intake interviews or during treatment to reduce liability and take appropriate preventative action whenever there may be a risk of suicide. Endorsement of critical items alerts you immediately in case of serious suicidal ideation.  The ASIQ includes a 25-item self-report; items rated on a... READ MORE
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Conners Adult ADHD Diagnostic Interview for DSM-IV

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Authors Jeff Epstein, PhD., Diane Johnson, PhD., & C. Keith Conners, PhD. Description The Conners' Adult ADHD Diagnostic Interview for DSM-IV (CAADID) is a structured interview that aids the process of diagnosing adult ADHD.  The CAADID provides clinicians and researchers with the categorical diagnosis they require when assessing ADHD.  The CAADID is most effective when... READ MORE
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Clinical Assessment of Depression Scoring Program

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Author Bruce A. Bracken, PhD, Karen Howell, PhD, PAR Staff Description The CAD-SP scores and profiles an individual's performance on the CAD Rating Form. After hand-entry of an individual's demographic information and item responses, the software generates a CAD Score Report, which includes a: Score Summary Table for the Symptom scales; Score Summary Table for... READ MORE
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College Adjustment Scales

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Authors William D. Anton, PhD, James R. Reed, PhD Description  This comprehensive screening instrument identifies problems frequently experienced by college students. Primarily intended for use in college counselling and guidance centres, the CAS will prove helpful in any clinical setting where college students (ages 17-30 years) are clients. The CAS assesses nine areas of adjustment... READ MORE
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Clinical Assessment Scales for the Elderly

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Author Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD, Erin D. Bigler, PhD Description The CASE is designed to assist the clinician in the diagnosis of DSM-IV Axis I clinical disorders in individuals from ages 55 to 90 years. The CASE consists of a self-rating form (Form S) and an other-rating form (Form R) that may be completed by a... READ MORE
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Clinical Assessment Scales for the Elderly Short Form

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Author Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD, Erin D. Bigler, PhD Description The CASE-SF is designed to provide you with a rapid assessment of elderly adults (ages 55-90 years) to determine whether a more comprehensive evaluation of psychopathology or a referral for a different type of examination might be needed (e.g., referral to a neuropsychologist). The CASE-SF... READ MORE
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Clinical Assessment of Attention Deficit-Adult

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Author Bruce A. Bracken, PhD and Barbara S. Boatwright, PhD Description The CAT-A is a 108-item self-report instrument that is comprehensive, highly reliable, and sensitive to the symptomatology of attentional deficits both with and without hyperactivity for adults. Closely aligned with current diagnostic criteria, the CAT-A includes scales, clusters, and items that are sensitive to... READ MORE
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Cognitive Distortion Scales

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Author John Briere, PhD Description The CDS is a 40-item, self-assessment of cognitive distortions for adults ages 18 years and older. The CDS scales reflect five types of cognitive distortion: Self-Criticism (SC) -Low self-esteem and self-devaluation as expressed in the tendency to criticise or devalue oneself. Self-Blame (SB) -Extent to which the respondent blames himself... READ MORE
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Classification of Violence Risk

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Author John Monahan, PhD, Henry J. Steadman, PhD, Paul S. Appelbaum, MD, Thomas Grisso, PhD, Edward P. Mulvey, PhD, Loren H. Roth, MD, MPH, Pamela Clark Robbins, BA, Steven Banks, PhD, and Eric Silver, PhD Description The COVR is an interactive software program designed to estimate the risk of an acute civil psychiatric patient becoming... READ MORE
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Developmental Behavior Checklist 2

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The DBC 2 is a revised version of the DBC, an instrument that has been in wide international use for over 20 years, and it can be completed by a parent, teacher, or other adult. Unlike other rating scales of emotional and behavioural problems, the DBC 2 is focused on difficulties most likely to be a... READ MORE
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Eating Disorder Inventory-3

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Online Administration & Scoring Platform Available! Author David M. Garner, PhD Description The EDI-3 is a revision of one of the most widely used self-report measures of psychological traits or constructs shown to be clinically relevant in individuals with eating disorders -the EDI-2. This new version is a standardised and easily administered measure yielding objective... READ MORE
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Eating Disorder Inventory-3 Referral Form

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Author David M. Garner, PhD Description The EDI-3 Referral Form Kit is specifically designed for allied health professionals to help identify individuals who are at risk for eating disorders. In addition to 25 EDI-3 questions, this brief self-report form includes behavioural symptom questions to identify individuals with potential eating disorders or pathology. Referral indexes (based... READ MORE
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Eating Disorder Inventory - 3 Scoring Program

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Authors David M. Garner, PhD, PAR Staff Description The EDI-3 SP is the unlimited-use computer-based scoring program for the new Eating Disorder Inventory-3 (EDI-3). After administration of the EDI-3, demographic information and item responses are hand-entered into the software program by the clinician; the software generates a detailed, individualised Score Report with raw scores for all... READ MORE
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Firestone Assessment of Suicide Intent

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Author Robert W. Firestone, PhD and Lisa A. Firestone, PhD Description The FASI is a brief suicide screener that clinicians may administer when they wish to assess only suicide intent. This subset of the FAST consists of 27 items from Levels 7-11 of the FAST. These 27 items, which compose the Suicide Intent Composite of the... READ MORE
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Firestone Assessment of Self-Destructive Thoughts

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Author Robert W. Firestone, PhD and Lisa A. Firestone, PhD Description The FAST is an 84-item self-report measure that is derived from 20 years of clinical research into self-attacking attitudes, or introjects, that restrict or impair an individual's psychological development. The FAST was designed to capture different symptoms that are characteristic of suicidal individuals including... READ MORE
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Hare Psychopathy Checklist-Revised: 2nd Edition

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Authors Robert D. Hare, Ph.D. Description The 2nd Edition of the PCL-R supplants its predecessor as the mandatory tool for assessing psychopathy.  With it, you will find forensic assessments of psychopathy to be systematic and based on ironclad data and research.  The revisions draw upon the large number of of articles, reports, presentations and dissertations... READ MORE
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