Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales conners-cbrs
For: An instrument that provides overview of child and adolescent disorders and concerns
Reading Level: 6-18 years
Format: Paper-and-Pencil for use with PC Based Software; Online (via MHS Online Assessment Center)
Length: CBRS 20 Minutes: Clinical Index 5 Minutes
Scoring: Computer Scored; Online
Computer Scoring Materials
Conners CBRS Manual
Conners CBRS Parent Response Booklets (25)
Conners CBRS Self-Report Response Booklets (25)
Conners CBRS Teacher Response Booklets (25)
Conners CBRS Parent Form – Online (each)
Conners CBRS Self Report Form – Online (each)
Conners CBRS Teacher Form – Online (each)
Conners Clinical Index (CI) Parent Form – Online (each)
Conners Clinical Index (CI) Self Report Form – Online (each)
Conners Clinical Index (CI) Teacher Form – Online (each)
Conners CBRS - DSM-5 Update now available
The Conners CBRS has been updated to provide a new scoring option for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition (DSM-5) Symptom Scales.
The Conners CBRS now has the following two scoring options for the MHS Online Assessment Center and the MHS Scoring Software:
DSM-IV-TR: DSM Symptom Scale is scored based on the diagnostic criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 4th Edition, text revised.
DSM-5: DSM Symptom scale is scored based on the diagnostic criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders 5th Edition.
Scoring software users may download the software update by clicking on "Check for Updates" under the Help menu within the Scoring Software. The MHS Online Assessment Center system will be updated automatically.
After the updates have been installed, users will have the option to choose to score with DSM-IV-TR or DSM-5 criteria.
Complete details regarding the Conners CBRS DSM-5 Update are available via the CBRS DSM-5 Supplement.
Please contact PAA to obtain your free copy.
The MHS Online Assessment Center offers access to online forms, administration scoring and report generation at a fraction of the cost of traditional paper or software assessments. If you choose to purchase online forms on the MHS Online Assessment Center, you will:
- Save time, by never having to order paper forms again
- Enjoy the convenience of assessing tests from your home, your office, and anywhere with a computer and
- Internet connection
- Receive instantly generated reports
- Benefit from significant cost savings
View the list of tools and online forms available using the Online Assessment Center.
C. Keith Conners, PhD.
The all new Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales (Conners CBRS) is an instrument designed to provide a complete overview of child and adolescent disorders and concerns. Those working in the field of child and youth psychology may now use the Conners CBRS to assess a wide spectrum of behaviours, emotions and academic problems in today's youth.
The Conners CBRS includes the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: Fourth Edition (DSM-IV-TR) symptom scales, empirical and rational scales, as well as other clinical indicators and critical and impairment items.
The age range suitable for this assessment is between 6-18 years for parent and teacher forms and between 8-18 years for self-report forms.
The Conners CBRS offers:
- Direct and clear links to the DSM-IV-TR and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act 2004 (IDEA 2004)
- Straight forward administration, scoring and reports
- Excellent reliability and validity
The Conners CBRS is a comprehensive multi-informant tool that:
- Assists in the diagnostic process
- Identifies and qualifies students for inclusion or exclusion in special education/research studies
- Assists in the development of intervention treatment plans
- Monitors your patient's response to intervention/treatment
- Evaluates the effectiveness of intervention/treatment plans
- Emotional distress
- Academic Difficulties
- Separation Fears
- Violence Potential
- Physical Symptoms
- Aggressive behaviors
- Learning Problems
- Executive Function
- Peer Relations
- Family Relations
- ADHD Hayperactive/Impulsive
- ADHD Inattention
- ADHD Combined
- Mixed Episode
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Conduct Disorder
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Manic Episode
- Separation Anxiety Disorder
- Social Problems
- Social Phobias
- Asperger's Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Perfectionistic and Compulsive Behaviours
- Autistic Disorder
The Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales is scored using a PC based software program with responses entered into the program from completed repsonse booklets. Test administration is completed on paper-and-pencil Response Booklets with separate Parent Rating Scales (Conners CBRS-P), the teacher rating scales (Conners CBRS-T) and the self-report rating scales (Conners CBRS-SR) available. Assessment Reports and Progress Reports are also available to help gather and record information and facilitate discussion.
In addition the Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales also includes an auxiliary scale: the Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales Clinical Index, CBRS (CI). The CBRS Clinical Index (CI) form may be administered and hand scored using a Quikscore form. The Conners CBRS Clinical Index forms are available in parents, teachers and self-reports versions. The Clinical Index contains 25 items and is used to determine whether a child is likely to have a clinical diagnosis. The index is helpful when monitoring treatment over a period of time and the client is required to fill out the form multiple times. This index is included in the Conners CBRS, but can also be purchased separately.
View CBRS Scales
The Conners CBRS is scored via a PC based software program. Alternatively you may choose to use the new Online Assessment Center online forms with reports.
Assessment Reports are comprehensive and include a total score and a symptom count score. These reports are user friendly, convenient and quick and may be generated in seconds.
Feedback Forms provide parents and teachers and easy to read and understand feedback that summarises the assessment results.
Progress Reports compare the results of two to four administrations for the same individual to measure changes over time. These reports are ideal to use when monitoring treatment and intervention.
The Conners CBRS software utilises a USB stick which must be connected to the PC wishing to utilise the program. It is an unlimited use software.
Alternatively, the assessment may be access via the MHS Online Assessment Center for both administration and scoring.
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