(PBRS™) Pediatric Behavior Rating Scale

by Richard M. Marshall, PhD and Berney J. Wilkinson, PhD

(PBRS™) Pediatric Behavior Rating Scale

by Richard M. Marshall, PhD and Berney J. Wilkinson, PhD
Benefits Identifies symptoms of early-onset bipolar disorder
Ages 3 to 18 years
Admin time 15-20 minutes
Scores T-scores and percentiles
Norms Based on ratings from 541 parents and 610 teachers–matched to U.S. population for age and gender; a combined clinical sample includes data on children and teens with Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Pervasive De
Qualifications Level C required.
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BY RICHARD M. MARSHALL, PHD, AND BERNEY J. WILKINSON, PHD

This unique scale helps you spot signs of early-onset Bipolar Disorder in children and teens. Because it includes both parent and teacher forms, the PBRS ensures that you get a complete profile of the characteristics associated with early-onset Bipolar Disorder—including mood swings, chronic irritability, grandiosity, explosive outbursts, and emotional meltdowns. At the same time, it identifies symptoms of common comorbid conditions, such as ADHD.    

Although the PBRS focuses on symptom identification and profile analysis, clinicians find it useful in differential diagnosis. In addition, information from the PBRS can help educators develop classroom accommodations (thereby satisfying IDEA requirements) and document the effect of intervention.

Optional computer scoring, provided on an unlimited-use CD, generates a detailed interpretive report, with a score summary and a list of critical items. This software lets you compare profiles on screen—for example, you can overlay two teacher profiles, two parent profiles, or parent and teacher profiles for the same student. 

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