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Iowa Gambling Task, Version 2

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Authors Antoine Bechara, PhD Description New in 2017! Now with wider age range! The IGT 2 is an assessment that assists in the evaluation of decision making mediated by the prefrontal cortex. The IGT 2 is ideal for assessing patients who exhibit poor decision-making skills in the presence of otherwise normal or unaffected intelligence because... READ MORE
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International Personality Disorder Examination

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Author Armand W. Loranger, PhD Description The IPDE was developed within the Joint Program for the Diagnosis and Classification of Mental Disorders of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) and provides a uniform approach for assessing personality disorders for both the DSM-IV and the ICD-10 classification systems. The interview... READ MORE
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Informant Questionnaire - Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale

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Authors Stanley R. Kay, Ph.D., Lewis A. Opler, M.D., Ph.D., and Abraham Fiszbein, M.D. Description The PANSS assessment helps you evaluate schizophrenia.  It provides a broad-based, standardised evaluation of psychopathology dimensions that help to characterise a client's clinical profile and monitor treatment changes. The PANSS assessment is based on findings that schizophrenia comprises at least... READ MORE
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Jesness Inventory-Revised

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Author Carl F. Jesness, Ph.D. Description The Jesness Inventory has long been recognised as a classic measure for assessing personality and delinquent profiles.  Forty years of use has confirmed its utility to validly identify and understand youth and adults along multiple dimensions.  JI-R is a re-standardised version of this tool with new norms based on large... READ MORE
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Job Stress Survey

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Authors Charles D. Spielberger, PhD, Peter R. Vagg, PhD Description Occupational stress affects productivity, absenteeism, accidents, worker turnover and stress-related health problems. Identifying major sources of stress in a workplace may help to identify changes in the work environment and other interventions that will reduce stress and increase productivity. The JSS was developed to assess generic... READ MORE
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Multidimensional Anxiety Questionnaire

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Author William M. Reynolds, PhD Description The MAQ is a 40-item multidimensional self-report measure of a wide range of anxiety symptoms. Designed for use with adults ages 18-89 years, this instrument is composed of the MAQ Total scale that provides a global assessment of anxiety symptomatology and four subscales that measure Physiologic-Panic, Social Phobia, Worry-Fears,... READ MORE
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MMPI-2 Structural Summary

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Author Roger L. Greene, PhD and David S. Nichols, PhD. Description The MMPI-2 Structural Summary provides a convenient system for collecting related information in new ways and facilitates comparisons of relationships between MMPI-2 scales to derive a more complete picture of the individual. Features This easy-to-use 8-page form assists the clinician in three important ways:... READ MORE
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Mini-Mental State Examination, 2nd Edition

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Authors Marshal F. Folstein, MD and Susan E. Folstein, MD; User's Manual by Marshal F. Folstein, MD, Susan E. Folstein, MD, Travis White, PhD, and Melissa A. Messer, MHS Description With a new standard version that is equivalent to the original MMSE and new brief and expanded forms, the MMSE-2 retains clinical utility and efficiency while... READ MORE
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Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale

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Authors Paul L. Hewitt, PhD. & Gordon L.Flett, PhD. Description The Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale (MPS) is a self-report measure of three trait dimensions: self-oriented, other-oriented and socially prescribed perfectionism.  This 45-item questionnaire explores the motivational, interpersonal and cognitive aspects of perfectionist behaviour and relates characteristics of perfectionists to mental and physical health problems, relationship problems... READ MORE
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The Multidimensional Self-Esteem Inventory

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Authors Edward J. O'Brien, PhD, and Seymour Epstein, PhD Description The MSEI differentiates between "truly high" and "defensively high" self-esteem. Based on a coherent model of self-concept and self-esteem, the MSEI measures global self-esteem and its eight components: competence, lovability, likability, personal power, self-control, moral self-approval, body appearance and body functioning. Features Two unique scales,... READ MORE
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Novaco Anger Scale and Provocation Inventory

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Author Raymond W. Novaco, Ph.D. Description Initially developed in conjunction with the MacArthur Foundation Network on Mental Health and Law, the NAS-PI helps clinicians and researchers evaluate the role of anger in various psychological and physical conditions. Brief and easy-to-administer, this self-report questionnaire is an excellent way to assess anger in clinical, community and correctional... READ MORE
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OMNI Personality Inventory and OMNI-IV Personality Disorder Inventory

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Author Armand W. Loranger, PhD Description The OMNI and the OMNI-IV are designed to provide clinicians and researchers with comprehensive self-report instruments for measuring normal and abnormal personality traits. The 375-item OMNI measures both normal and abnormal personality traits. It is composed of seven Factor scales and assesses 25 normal traits (Normal scales) and 10... READ MORE
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Occupational Stress Inventory-Revised

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Author Samuel H. Osipow, PhD Description The OSI-R is a concise measure of three domains of occupational adjustment: occupational stress, psychological strain, and coping resources. The original research edition of the OSI was designed to (a) develop an integrated theoretical model to link these three important dimensions, and (b) develop generic occupational stress measures that... READ MORE
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Personality Assessment Inventory

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***New - PAI Plus software update available now*** PAI® Plus available via PARiConnect online scoring and PAI scoring software update! The PAI Plus takes the existing PAI items and gives users an updated way to interpret the data. Using the PAI, an objective inventory of adult personality, the new report offers: DSM-5® update: Updated diagnostic possibilities align... READ MORE
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Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Software Portfolio

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***New - PAI Plus software update available now*** PAI® Plus available via PARiConnect online scoring and PAI scoring software update! Contact PAA today to set up your PARiConnect online account to utilise online administration, scoring and reporting. Related Products: PAI/PAI Plus PAI-A (Adolescent) PAI-A SP (Adolescent Software Portfolio) PAI-CS (Correctional Settings) If purchasing a PAI... READ MORE
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Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale

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Authors Stanley R. Kay, Ph.D., Lewis A. Opler, M.D., Ph.D., and Abraham Fiszbein, M.D. Description The PANSS assessment helps you evaluate schizophrenia.  It provides a broad-based, standardised evaluation of psychopathology dimensions that help to characterise a client's clinical profile and monitor treatment changes.  The PANSS assessment is based on findings that schizophrenia comprises at least... READ MORE
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Personality Assessment Screener

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Author Leslie C. Morey, PhD Description Derived from the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI), the PAS is designed for use as a triage instrument in most health care and mental health settings, as well as in corporate EAPs and college health services. The 22-item test may be an important part of initial client evaluation by health care... READ MORE
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Profile of Mood States 2nd Edition

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Author Juvia P. Heuchert, Ph.D.; Douglas M. McNair, Ph.D. Description The POMS 2 instruments assess the mood states of individuals 13 years of age and older. A revision of the Profile of Mood States, the self-report scales allow for the quick assessment of transient, fluctuating feelings, and enduring affect states. The tool is applicable in... READ MORE
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PTSD and Suicide Screener

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Author John Briere, PhD Description Derived from the Detailed Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress (DAPS), the PSS is designed to quickly screen individuals for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and suicide risk. Features and Benefits The one-page self-report form consists of only 14 items, requiring just a few minutes to administer and score. The PSS is helpful... READ MORE
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Reynolds Adaptable Intelligence Test

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Contact PAA today to establish your PARiConnect online account to utilise online administration, scoring and reporting. Author Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD Description The RAIT is a rapid, reliable, and valid intelligence test designed for group or individual administration. It is composed of seven subtests that assess crystallised intelligence, fluid intelligence, and quantitative aptitude or intelligence. Features... READ MORE
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