Anger Regulation and Expression Scale ares
For: Assesses tendencies towards inward and outward expressions of anger
Reading Level: For youth aged 10-17 years
Format: Self-report - Paper-and-Pencil; PC Based Software or Online (via MHS Online Assessment Center)
Length: Short:5 minutes; Long:15 minutes
Scoring: Computer Scored; Hand Scored or Online
ARES Online Response Forms (each)
ARES Online Short Response Forms (each)
Raymond DiGiuseppe, PhD and Raymond Chiop Tafrate, PhD
The Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) is a comprehensive, self-report measure of angry thoughts, emotions and behaviours in youth aged 10 to 17 years. Derived from the Anger Disorder Scales (ADS), the ARES assesses tendencies towards inward and outward expression of anger, along with the range and duration of anger experiences.
Numerous scales explore different forms of aggression including indirect aggression, bullying, and revenge. Results from the ARES provide both a general overview and an in-depth insight of psychological and behavioural aspects of anger, all of which may be used to highlight important problem areas and inform appropriate interventions.
Scales & Forms
- Arousal - Psychological Arousal; Cognitive Arousal
- Bitterness - Resentment; Suspiciousness
- Overt Aggression - Physical Aggression; Verbal Aggression
- Covert Aggression
- Subversion - Relational Aggression; Passive Aggression
Extent of Anger
- Scope of Triggers
- Problem Duration
- Episode Duration
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