Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth

Authors Randy Borum, PsyD, Patrick Bartel, PhD, and Adelle Forth, PhD Description The SAVRY is composed of 24 items in three risk domains (Historical Risk Factors, Social/Contextual Risk Factors, and Individual/Clinical Factors), drawn from existing research and the professional literature on adolescent development as well...
Level B, M

Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology

Authors  Glenn P. Smith, PhD, Professional Manual by Michelle R. Widows, PhD, and Glenn P. Smith, PhD Description The SIMS is a 75-item, true/false screening instrument that assesses for both malingered psychopathology and neuropsychological symptoms. The instrument reduces clinician burden and increases assessment efficiency by...
Level A, M

Suicidal Ideation Questionnaire

Author William M. Reynolds, PhD Description The SIQ assesses the frequency of suicidal thoughts in adolescents and may be used to evaluate or monitor troubled youths. Because not all depressed adolescents are suicidal and not all suicidal adolescents are depressed, the SIQ is a valuable...
Level B, M

Survey of Pain Attitudes

Author Mark P. Jensen, PhD and Paul Karoly, PhD Description Research conducted over the past decade indicates that patients' attitudes and beliefs about pain play a key role in their adjustment and treatment outcome. The SOPA was designed to assist clinicians in the understanding of...
Level B, M

Symptom Assessment-45

Authors Strategic Advantage, Inc. Description A quick, cost-effective and comprehensive measure of symptomatology, the Symptom Assessment-45 Questionnaire (SA-45) uses the proven items and structure of the Symptom Checklist-90 (SCL-90) to arrive at a brief, valid and reliable measure of psychiatric sympomatology.  Its comprehensive breadth gives...
Level B, M

Test of General Reasoning Ability

Contact PAA today to establish you PARiConnect account for online administration, scoring and reporting. Author Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD Description The TOGRA is a speeded measure of reasoning ability and problem-solving skills designed for individual or group administration. Features and Benefits As a result of...
Level B, M

Test of Memory Malingering

Author Tom N. Tombaugh Description The TOMM is a systematic method to assist psychologists discriminate between bona fide memory impaired clients and malingerers. It is essentially an 'easy' test that clients believe is difficult - malingerers typically score poorly. Clients are shown two sets of...
Level A, M

The Battelle® Developmental Inventory, Third Edition™

There are three kits to The Battelle® Developmental Inventory, Third Edition™ (BDI-3™) The BDI-3 Developmental Complete Kit; The BDI-3 Developmental Screening Test Kit and The BDI-3 Battelle Early Academic Survey (BEAS) Kit. These are each sold separately and not in combination as before. The kits come with...
Level B, M, A, C

The Dot Counting Test

Author Kyle Boone, Ph.D., Po Lu, Psy.D., and David Herzberg, Ph.D. Description The Dot Counting Test (DCT) is a brief task that assesses test-taking effort in individuals ages 17 and older. This convenient instrument allows you to detect lack of effort on cognitive measures, whether...
Level A, M

The Emotional Disturbance Decision Tree - Parent Form

Author Bryan L. Euler, PhD Description Based on the teacher version of the Emotional Disturbance Decision Tree, the EDDT-PF adds a parental perspective when you are evaluating a child for a possible emotional disturbance (ED). The EDDT-PF offers school/clinical professionals a standardised approach to gathering...
Level B, M

Tower of London Dx: 2nd Edition

Authors William C. Culbertson, Psy.D. and Eric A. Zillmer, Psy.D. Description The Tower of London Dx (TOL Dx) measures higher order problem-solving ability.  The information it provides is not only useful when assessing frontal lobe damage, but also when evaluating disorders such as ADHD and...
Level C, M, A