Helps you assess, diagnose, and treat ADHD in adults
18 to 80 years
Self-Report and Observer Ratings in long, short, and screening forms
For the Self-Report forms, norms are based on a sample of more than 1,000 nonclinical adults; for the Observer Report forms, norms are derived from ratings of 943 nonclinical adults done by spouses, family members, and friends; all separated by age and ge
Level C required.
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(CAARS) Conners' Adult ADHD Rating Scales
BY C. KEITH CONNERS, PHD, DREW ERHARDT, PHD, AND ELIZABETH SPARROW, MA
This useful instrument provides both Self-Report and Observer Report Forms, permitting multimodal assessment of adults with attention problems. Both forms are available in long, short, and screening versions, all measuring a range of behaviors, including:
- Inattention/Memory Problems
- Impulsivity/Emotional Lability
- Problems With Self-Concept
The long forms are composed of 66 items on nine empirically derived scales. Also included are three DSM-IV ADHD Symptom Subscales and an ADHD Index that identifies respondents who might benefit from a more detailed clinical assessment. In addition, an Inconsistency Index alerts you to random or careless responding.
The short forms offer abbreviated versions of the long-form scales, plus the ADHD and Inconsistency Indexes. The screening forms include only the ADHD Index and the DSM-IV ADHD Symptom Subscales (18 items). These versions are ideal when time is limited.
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