Evaluates the entire autism spectrum, increasing diagnostic accuracy
2 to 18 years
20 minutes; 4 minutes for Short Form
Teacher and parent rating scales
Based on parent and teacher ratings of 2,560 children from across the U.S. (640 ages 2 to 5; 1,920 ages 6 to 18); also a clinical sample of more than 1,200 subjects with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, and Disruptive Behavior D
Level C required.
About Qualification Levels
Hand-Scored Kits (Ages 2 to 18)
Software Kits (Ages 2 to 18)
Hand-Scored Forms (Ages 2 to 5)
Hand-Scored Forms (Ages 6 to 18)
Computer Response Forms (Ages 2 to 5)
Computer Response Forms (Ages 6 to 18)
Spanish Hand-Scored Forms (Ages 2 to 5)
Spanish Hand-Scored Forms (Ages 6 to 18)
Spanish Computer Response Forms (Ages 2 to 5)
Spanish Computer Response Forms (Ages 6 to 18)
(ASRS) Autism Spectrum Rating Scales
BY SAM GOLDSTEIN, PHD AND JACK A. NAGLIERI, PHD
This new, norm-referenced assessment identifies symptoms and behaviors associated with the full range of autism spectrum disorders. Available in two forms—one for preschoolers, the other for elementary and high school students—the ASRS includes the following treatment scales: Peer Socialization; Adult Socialization; Social/Emotional Reciprocity; Atypical Language; Stereotypy; Behavioral Rigidity; Sensory Sensitivity; Attention/Self-Regulation (ages 6 to 18 only); and Attention (ages 2 to 5 only).
Using a 5-point Likert response scale, parents and teachers indicate how often they observe specific behaviors in the child being evaluated. A 15-item Short Form offers a convenient alternative for screening large groups or monitoring treatment.
The ASRS can guide diagnostic decisions, treatment planning, and response to intervention.
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