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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments


Welcome to Our Catalogue of Clinical Assessments In this catalogue you’ll find comprehensive information on a wide selection of our clinical assessments – helping you to work effectively with your clients and meet their particular and individual needs. To discover our complete range of products, components and up-to-date prices, visit our website (www.hogrefe.co.uk). To help you navigate this catalogue, we’ve divided our most widely-used products into easily accessible categories. As well as information on our assessments, you can also find details on our ever-expanding range of clinical training courses, including our popular ADOS-2 training packages. Plus, there is news on our forthcoming products and our recently launched clinical psychology bookshop. We’ve also included registration information for new customers. In addition to Hogrefe’s own clinical products, we work with partners to provide UK access to assessment tools from well-known North American and Australian publishers, such as PAR, WPS, MHS, PRO-ED and ACER. As our clients’ needs expand, so too does our product range – we strive to continuously improve our current products whilst also bringing new and valuable tools to the market. For more information on any of our assessments or training courses, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Hogrefe Ltd Hogrefe House Albion Place Oxford, OX1 1QZ

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Contents Anxiety, Depression, Stress and Trauma 5 Autism, Autism Spectrum and PDD 17 Forensic and Psychopathology 27 Neuropsychology, Cognition and Memory 49 Development, Learning and Behaviour 65 Mental Health and ADHD 79 Personality 95 Training and Webinars 99

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What’s New and What’s on the Horizon at Hogrefe New products Emotional Processing Scale (EPS): The EPS is a 25-item questionnaire designed to identify emotional processing styles and potential deficits in adults. The EPS is for use by clinicians working in mental health, psychological therapy and health psychology, as well as researchers interested in the emotional life of healthy individuals and other populations. Its broad range of applications allows the EPS to be easily incorporated into clinical practice. Details can be found on page 6. d2-R Test of Attention – Revised: The d2-R Test of Attention – Revised is a concise measure of selective attention and concentration. The previous edition of the d2-R is one of the most widely used measures of attention, particularly visual attention, in Europe. This latest version offers a comprehensive and fundamental new formulation based on recent scientific findings. Read more about the d2-R on page 52.

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NEO Personality Inventory 3 (NEO-PI-3) UK Edition: The NEO-PI-3 is the latest edition of the gold-standard questionnaire measure of the Five Factor Model (FFM) and provides a comprehensive assessment of normal adult personality. This new edition incorporates recent research from personality neuroscience, and features revised items and updated UK norms. Its use in a clinical setting is discussed on page 96.


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Watch our website for these products, coming soon from Hogrefe Griffiths III: The Association for Research in Infant and Child Development (ARICD) has embarked on a thorough re-standardisation of the Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS). Due in Spring 2016, the Griffiths III will be a substantially new and improved kit that reflects contemporary knowledge of child development. Find out more on page 66.

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Extension to the Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS): Plans are currently underway to extend the norms for the Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS). Extending the norm group to cover ages 74 to 89 will be a useful development for older adult services and memory clinics around the UK. Information on the SPANS battery and the extension project can be found from page 50.

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Information for Test Users Hogrefe assessments are intended for use by professionals qualified to administer them, via training, education and experience. Depending on the product, criteria for use may vary but will always require one of three qualification levels.

Registering as a new customer You can register as a new customer by simply visiting our website (www.hogrefe.co.uk) and clicking on ‘Register’. Alternatively you can call us on +44 (0)1865 797 920 to register over the phone. When registering, new UK customers will be asked to note their qualification level and/or relevant qualifications and experience. You may also be asked to fill out our Declaration Form. Customers based abroad will be required to fill out our Declaration Form. If you are ordering on behalf of a school, university or government organisation such as the NHS, we can fasttrack your order and qualifications check – simply email orders@hogrefe.co.uk

Qualification Levels Level 1 All books and test manuals sold by Hogrefe are set at level 1. No specific qualifications are needed in order to purchase these materials. Those looking to order these items can skip the qualifications check when registering.

Level 2 The majority of clinical assessment materials sold by Hogrefe are set at level 2. In order to purchase these materials, you are required to provide qualification details when registering. There is no one perfect combination, but in order to be qualified at level 2 you must have: • Certified training and experience in a relevant discipline. • Membership of a professional organisation appropriate to the focus of the test. • Evidence of competence in the use of psychological tests. If you are listed on registers such as those of the Health and Care Professions Council, General Medical Council, Royal College of Psychiatrists, or Nursing and Midwifery Council, please include these details when registering. If you work in education assessment, details of any psychometrics training undertaken are required.

Level 3 This level requires the completion of test-specific training, for example in the ADOS-2 or ADI-R. Those looking to purchase materials set at level 3 will be asked to provide the relevant training certificate. Any customer qualified at level 3 will also be automatically qualified at levels 1 and 2.

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Anxiety, Depression, Stress and Trauma Products in this section support the clinician in work with children and adults across the areas of anxiety, depression, stress and trauma. The instruments help inform a diagnosis and intervention plan, look at quality of life, consider the coping strategies deployed, monitor progress of intervention and evaluate and investigate the events of the past.

The recently launched Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) takes a fresh approach by identifying emotional processing styles and potential deficits in adults. It helps to assess the contribution of poor emotional processing not only to psychological problems, but also psychosomatic and physical problems.


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Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

5–10 minutes to take the questionnaire; 5 minutes to score Level 2

Qualification Author(s)

Roger Baker, Peter Thomas, Sarah Thomas, Mariaelisa Santonastaso & Eimear Corrigan

Kit contents Price

Manual; Norms Booklet; 25 Scoring Forms £137.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5515721

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Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) New! Identifies emotional processing styles and potential deficits in adults The Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) is a 25-item questionnaire designed to identify emotional processing styles and potential deficits. Developed over the course of 12 years by an experienced team, the EPS is for use by clinicians working in mental health, psychological therapy and health psychology, as well as researchers interested in the emotional life of healthy individuals and other populations.

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The EPS can be used to: • identify and quantify healthy and unhealthy styles of emotional processing; • assess the contribution of poor emotional processing to physical, psychosomatic and psychological disorders; • provide a non-diagnostic framework to assess patients for research or therapy; • measure changes in emotions during therapy/ counselling; and • assist therapists in incorporating an emotional component into their formulations of psychological therapy.


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The assessment The EPS provides the test taker with a series of 25 statements. The test taker is required to rate the extent to which each of the statements applies to the way he or she felt or acted during the last week. Typically, the test takes just five to ten minutes to complete. The EPS uses five subscales of five items each to generate a total emotional processing score. The subscales are: • Suppression; • Signs of unprocessed emotion; • Controllability of emotion; • Avoidance; and • Emotional experience.

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The easy-to-use scoring sheet makes generating subscale scores and the total emotional processing score simple. The accompanying profile chart can then be used to plot the scores in comparison to the percentile scores for the healthy adult UK population. The Norms Booklet also provides a range of other comparison populations against which to compare the scores of the test taker.

The digital version of the EPS launches in Spring 2016 on our online testing platform, HTS 5.

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Age range

6 to 14 years

Administration time

10 to 30 minutes depending on the child’s reading ability Level 1

Qualification Author(s)

Jacqueline Collier & Dorothy MacKinlay

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 10 Boy Item Booklets with Score Sheets; 10 Girl Item Booklets with Score Sheets £118.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5580801

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Generic Children’s Quality of Life Measure (GCQ) Measures quality of life for children in the general population, as well as those with specific health or social difficulties The GCQ measures the perceived quality of life in children between the ages of 6 and 14 years and can be used with those within the general population as well as those with specific health or social difficulties. It focuses on areas which are of interest to all children such as family, peer relationships and school and is not disease-centred, symptom-oriented or problem-specific.

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The GCQ is suitable for a broad range of applications: • as a starting point for dialogue when a child appears to have quality of life issues but has difficulty expressing or articulating these; • as an exploratory tool when there is concern or uncertainty about how an illness, disability or course of therapy may be affecting a child; and • for clinical or research settings as an adjunct to medical therapy. Capable of being used over a considerable development period, the GCQ can be used to compare children across age groups or in studies of children over periods of time. The GCQ is child-centred both in terms of its use of childfriendly words, concepts and layout, and in terms of the focus of its measurement. Rather than being based on the factors that adults perceive as positive, it focuses on the factors that children report are important to the quality of their lives.


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The assessment There are two versions of the item booklet – one for boys and one for girls – with the difference being the gender of the five characters in the story stimulus (all girls or all boys). The reading level is 8 years old. In the first section of the questionnaire, the child is asked to respond to each topic of conversation by choosing the character in the story that he or she feels the most like. In the second section, the child is presented with each topic again but this time responds by choosing the character that he or she would most like to be. These two types of response form the basis for the Perceived-Self score and the Preferred-Self score and the discrepancy between the two scores indicates the child’s overall perception of his or her quality of life. Raw scores can be converted to T-scores and/or percentiles to allow for normative comparisons. Furthermore, the standard scores for the Perceived-Self and Preferred-Self can provide information additional to the discrepancy score.

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Age range

18 to 88 years

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

John Briere

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 10 TSI-2 Reusable Item Booklets; 25 TSI-2 Handscorable Answer Sheets; 25 TSI-2 Profile Forms £194.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5524701

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Trauma Symptom Inventory-2 (TSI‑2) Evaluates acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology The TSI-2 is designed to evaluate post-traumatic stress and other psychological sequelae of traumatic events. It evaluates acute and chronic symptomatology, including the effects of sexual and physical assault, intimate partner violence, combat, torture, motor vehicle accidents, mass casualty events, medical trauma, traumatic losses and childhood abuse or neglect.

The assessment The TSI-2 consists of 136 items and assesses posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), dissociation, and somatisation to insecure attachment styles, impaired self-capacities and dysfunctional behaviours. Introduced in this edition are three new scales (Insecure Attachment, Somatic Preoccupations, and Suicidality) and two new subscales (Hyperarousal and Other-

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Directedness). New items were introduced to the TSI-2 validity scales to assess an individual’s tendencies to deny symptoms that are commonly endorsed, to overendorse unusual or bizarre symptoms, or to respond in an inconsistent or random manner. The Atypical Response validity scale was redesigned to assess not only overreporting in general, but also potential misrepresentation of PTSD. There is an alternative 126-item version of the form (TSI2-A) from which the sexual symptom items have been removed. The TSI-2: Scoring Program provides unlimiteduse software scores and profiles for the TSI-2 and TSI-2-A after responses are entered by the clinician. It generates a score report and graphical profile of the client’s results, indicating the relative extent to which the respondent is experiencing post-traumatic stress or other sequelae of traumatic events. A change score report for both the TSI2 and TSI-2-A assists clinicians in determining whether significant change has occurred over time.


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7 to 17 years

Administration time

5 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Maria Kovacs

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 25 CDI 2:SR QuikScore™ Forms; 25 CDI 2:SR(S) QuikScore™ Forms; 25 CDI:P QuikScore™ Forms; 25 CDI:T QuikScore™ Forms £320.00 (ex. VAT)

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Children’s Depression Inventory 2 (CDI-2) Assesses depressive symptoms The Children’s Depression Inventory 2 (CDI-2) is a comprehensive multi-rater assessment of depressive symptoms in youths, based on reports from children/ adolescents, teachers and parents. Developed based on the original CDI, the CDI-2 retains many of the essential features and includes new items that focus on the core aspects of childhood depression. The CDI-2 has been designed for a variety of situations, including schools, child guidance clinics, paediatric practices and child psychiatric settings. It is used by clinicians and counsellors to help: • assess self-reported key symptoms of depression, such as a child’s feelings of worthlessness and loss of interest in activities; • support early identification and diagnosis; • conduct clinical research.

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The assessment The CDI-2 includes two scales (Emotional Problems and Functional Problems) and four subscales (Negative Mood, Negative Self-Esteem, Ineffectiveness, Interpersonal Problems) and the individual is asked to select the statement that best describes his or her feelings. It can be administered in a paper-and-pencil format, making use of the QuikScore™ format, converting raw scores to T-scores. Alternatively, the CDI-2 can be completed and automatically scored online, which allows the assessor to send a link to each respondent to complete the assessment remotely and at a location convenient to the respondent (e.g. child care centre, school). The CDI-2 can also be scored using the scoring software by entering responses from a completed paper-and-pencil administration into the software program.

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Age range

13 years and older

Administration time

Approximately 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Norman Endler & James D. A. Parker

Kit contents Price

Manual; 25 Adult QuikScore™ Forms; 25 SSC QuikScore™ Forms £145.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5502101

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Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS) Helps to determine the preferred coping style of an individual and contribute to the understanding of the relationship between coping style and overall personality The CISS represents a new direction in understanding the important interaction between stressful events and the ways in which people deal with them. When individuals are confronted with negative or stressful life events, coping styles play an important role in physical and psychological wellbeing. Indeed, the way in which people cope with illness is an important factor in their recovery and subsequent adjustment. The CISS scales were derived from both theoretical and empirical bases, and have been used in a variety of research and applied settings. The CISS is useful in informing assessment and placement decisions

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for psychiatric patients, medical patients, stress and wellness programmes, inmates of correctional centres, and counselling situations.

The assessment Three types of coping style are explored: • Task-Oriented Coping – dealing with the problem at hand; • Emotion-Oriented Coping – focusing on consequent emotions (e.g. becoming angry or upset); • Avoidance-Oriented Coping – containing two subfactors (Distraction and Social diversion. The two main forms of CISS (Adolescent and Adult) have 48 items and use a five-point response format. The adolescent version of the CISS is suitable for individuals between the ages of 13 and 18 years and uses genderspecific adolescent normative data. The adult version of the CISS is suitable for individuals who are 18 years of age and older.


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12 to 18 years; 18 years and older

Administration time

10 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Rudolph H. Moos

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 10 Reusable Item Booklets-Actual Form; 50 Answer Sheets and Coping Responses Inventory; Manual Supplement Youth: £196.00 (ex. VAT) Adult: £189.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

Youth: 5518501 Adult: 5518201

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Coping Responses Inventory (CRI) Helps to identify and monitor coping strategies The CRI is used in counselling, stress management education and other settings. It can help to identify and monitor coping strategies in adults and adolescents, develop better clinical case descriptions and plan and evaluate the outcome of treatment. This brief self-report inventory identifies cognitive and behavioural responses the individual has used to cope with a recent problem or stressful situation. The eight scales consider Approach Coping Styles (Logical Analysis, Positive Reappraisal, Seeking Guidance and Support and Problem Solving) and Avoidant Coping Styles (Cognitive Avoidance, Acceptance or Resignation, Seeking Alternative Rewards, and Emotional Discharge).

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The assessment Two separate versions of the CRI have been developed: the CRI-Adult (older than 18 years of age) and the CRI-Youth (ages 12 to 18 years). Each version has its own manual and an Ideal and an Actual Form. The Ideal Form may be used to compare actual and preferred coping styles, to set intervention goals and to monitor progress. The Actual Form surveys the individual’s actual coping behaviour, whereas the Ideal Form surveys preferred coping styles. Both forms are written at an 11 to 12 year old reading level. Individuals complete the self-report inventory, marking answers on the answer sheet. The carbonless bottom sheet contains a scoring grid for quick and easy calculation of raw scores. The back page of the answer sheet contains a profile for determining and plotting T-scores and examining patterns of coping. Scoring and profiling take about 5 minutes.

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Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Jonathan Davidson

Kit contents

Manual and 25 QuikScore™ Forms

Price

£109.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5503001

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Davidson Trauma Scale (DTS) Measures symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder The DTS provides a quick and accurate measure of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms. It can be used to evaluate psychopathology in trauma victims, assess the effectiveness of treatment and predict treatment success. The 17 self-report items cover all types of trauma including accident, combat, sexual and criminal assault, natural disaster, torture, burns, loss of property, neardeath experiences and bereavement. Developed by Jonathan Davidson, a former co-chair of the DSM-IV PTSD Task Force and one of the leading authorities in the field, each item corresponds to a DSM-IV symptom of PTSD to facilitate diagnosis.

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The assessment The DTS total score can be broken down into three symptom clusters which can be assessed independently. The three symptom clusters are: • intrusion • avoidance/numbing • hyperarousal Respondents report on the frequency and severity of symptoms during the past week using a 4 point scale (0: not at all – 4: every day) and the distress associated with their symptoms (0: not at all distressing – 4: extremely distressing).


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18 years and older

Administration time Qualification

Administration: 20 to 30 minutes; Scoring: 15 to 20 minutes Level 2

Author(s)

John Briere

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 10 Reusable Item Booklets; 50 Handscorable Answer Sheets; 50 Male/Female Profile Forms ÂŁ200.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5510201

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Detailed Assessment of Posttraumatic Stress (DAPS) Provides a clinical measure of trauma exposure and posttraumatic stress The DAPS assesses peri- and post-traumatic symptoms (e.g. intrusion, avoidance, hyperarousal) and associated features (e.g. dissociative symptoms, substance abuse, suicidality) related to a specific traumatic event. It then generates a tentative diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder or acute stress disorder in considerably less time than is required for a structured diagnostic interview. The diagnosis can then be confirmed by a clinical interview. The DAPS is a 104 item, detailed and comprehensive clinical measure of trauma exposure and post-traumatic stress in individuals ages 18 and older who have a history of exposure to one or more potentially traumatic events.

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The assessment The DAPS assesses both current and lifetime history of DSM-IV-TR trauma exposure, as well as severity and clinical significance of an individual’s post-traumatic symptoms, including dissociative, cognitive and emotional responses. The DAPS scales include the three PTSD symptom clusters (re-experiencing, avoidance and hyperarousal) and three associated features of PTSD: trauma-specific dissociation; suicidality, and substance abuse. Two validity scales identify over-reporting and under-reporting of psychological symptoms. The manual provides information about the development, administration, scoring, interpretation and psychometric characteristics of the DAPS. It also provides data from the normative sample of trauma-exposed adults from the general population, as well as from trauma-exposed adults in clinical, community and university validity samples. The appendix tables provide raw score to T-score transformations based on the normative sample.

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Age range

15 years and older

Administration time Qualification

Observer-rating or Self-rating: 5 to 10 minutes Level 2

Author(s)

B. Bandelow

Kit contents Price

Manual; 50 Patient Questionnaires; 50 Observer-rated Scales; Folder £140.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5595050

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Panic and Agoraphobia Scale (PAS) Assesses the severity of PDA (panic disorder with or without agoraphobia) The PAS is designed to assess the severity of PDA (panic disorder with or without agoraphobia) in people over the age of 15 years. Compatible with both DSM-IV and ICD-10 classifications, the PAS was specially developed for monitoring the efficacy of both drug and psychotherapy treatments.

The assessment In addition to the total score, five item clusters produce scores on specific aspects of PDA: • Panic attacks: severity and duration of panic attacks in the past week; • Anticipatory anxiety: frequency and intensity;

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Agoraphobic avoidance: frequency of avoidance, number of situations avoided and importance of avoided situations; Disability: restricted or impaired in relationships with family or partner, impaired social relationships or leisure and restrictions or impairments at work or in household responsibilities; Worries about health: anxiety about damage to health and assumptions of organic disease.

The PAS is available in both self-rated and observerrated versions. The self-rated version is recommended for routine monitoring of therapy in psychological therapy or drug treatment, as it saves time for the therapist. The observer-rated version is always recommended over the self-rated version for scientific studies. In addition, both the self-rated and the observer-rated versions in all 17 different languages are reproduced in the manual.


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Autism, Autism Spectrum and PDD The autism spectrum is a spectrum of psychological disorders characterised by widespread abnormalities in social interaction and communication, as well as severely restricted interests and highly repetitive behaviour. Products in this section, such as the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second

Edition (ADOS-2), can help to differentiate autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) from other developmental disorders. The Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ) evaluates communication skills and social functioning in children who may have autism or ASDs and the Social Responsiveness Scale 2 (SRS-2) identifies social impairment and quantifies its severity.


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Age range

12 months and older

Administration time

40 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 3

Author(s)

Modules 1 to 4: Catherine Lord, Michael Rutter, Pamela C. DiLavore, Susan Risi, Katherine Gotham & Somer L. Bishop. Toddler Module: Catherine Lord, Rhiannon J. Luyster & Katherine Gotham

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 50 Protocol Booklets (10 per Module); Test Materials (100+ stimulus items); all in a durable plastic container with handles and wheels £1,732.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5588801

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Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2) Helps to assess and diagnose autism and pervasive development disorder across ages, developmental levels and language skills The ADOS-2 is a semi-structured, standardised assessment of communication, social interaction, play, and restricted and repetitive behaviours. The test consists of various activities involving interactive stimulus materials (all included in the ADOS-2 kit) that elicit behaviours directly related to a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and can inform diagnosis, treatment planning, and educational placement. Physicians, clinical psychologists, educational psychologists, speech and language therapist and occupational therapists use ADOS­ -2 results to inform diagnosis, intervention, educational placement and

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treatment planning. ADOS-2 can be used with a wide range of children and adults in any hospital, clinic or school that serves individuals with developmental disorders. This revision includes a new Toddler Module which is designed for children between 12 and 30 months of age who do not consistently use phrase speech. It includes loosely structured activities with motivating materials to observe if the child demonstrates behaviours associated with ASD. The algorithms for Modules 1-3 have been revised to achieve more accurate and targeted results, allowing for a more uniform basis for comparing results across these three modules. In addition, a new comparison score for Modules 1-3 enables the test user to compare a child’s overall level of autism spectrum-related symptoms to that of children diagnosed with ASD who are the same age and have similar language skills. The Protocol booklets for Modules 1-4 have been improved significantly and provide clear and explicit administration and coding instructions.


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Training and updating

The ADOS-2 includes five modules, each requiring between 40 and 60 minutes to administer. The individual is given only one module based on his or her expressive language level and chronological age: • Toddler Module – for children between 12 and 30 months of age who do not consistently use phrase speech. • Module 1 – for children 31 months and older who do not consistently use phrase speech. • Module 2 – for children of any age who use phrase speech but are not verbally fluent. • Module 3 – for verbally fluent children and young adolescents. • Module 4 – for verbally fluent older adolescents and adults.

If you are an existing ADOS user and already own an ADOS kit, you can purchase an Upgrade Package. The materials in this package can be combined with the materials in your ADOS kit to make the ADOS-2 kit.

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Training is essential for new users of the ADOS­-2 and update training is highly recommended for those already using the ADOS.

We offer a number of courses to suit all levels, please turn to page 100 for more information.

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Age range Administration time

Children and adults with a mental age above 2 years 90 to 150 minutes

Qualification

Level 3

Author(s)

Michael Rutter, Ann Le Couteur & Catherine Lord

Kit contents Price

10 Interview Booklets; Manual; 10 Comprehensive Algorithm Forms £205.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5580201

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Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) Helps to diagnose autism, plan treatment and distinguish autism from other pervasive developmental disorders The ADI-R is effective in differentiating autism from other developmental disorders, assessing syndrome boundaries, identifying new sub-groups and quantifying autistic symptomatology.

The assessment Composed of 93 items, the ADI-R focuses on three functional domains: Language and Communication; Reciprocal Social Interactions; and Restricted, Repetitive and Stereotyped Behaviours and Interests.

Interview questions cover eight content areas: • The subject’s background including family, education, previous diagnoses, and medications; • Overview of the subject’s behaviour; • Early development and development milestones; • Language acquisition and loss of language or other skills; • Current functioning in regard to language and communication; • Social development and play; • Interests and behaviours; • Clinically relevant behaviours such as aggression, self-injury and possible epileptic features. To administer ADI-R, an experienced clinical interviewer questions a parent or caregiver who is familiar with the developmental history and current behaviour of the individual being evaluated.

For details of our ADI-R training courses, see page 102.

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Age range

2 to 18 years

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Sam Goldstein & Jack A. Naglieri

Kit contents

Price

Update Manual; 25 ASRS (2 to 5 Years) Parent/ Teacher/Short QuikScore™ Forms; 25 ASRS (6 to 18 Years) Parent/Teacher/Short QuikScore™ Forms. Forms updated with DSM-5 Scoring £362.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5581220

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Autism Spectrum Rating Scales™ (ASRS™) Now with DSM-5 Scoring Update Identify symptoms, behaviours and associated features of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in children and adolescents The ASRS was designed to identify symptoms, behaviours and associated features of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) in children and adolescents aged 2 to 18 years. The ASRS scale is an easy-to-use and convenient tool intended for psychologists, school psychologists, clinical social workers, physicians, counsellors, psychiatric workers and paediatric/psychiatric nurses. The ASRS will assist the test administrator in the diagnostic process. When used in combination with other assessment information, results from the ASRS can help with diagnostic decision-making, treatment planning, the ongoing monitoring of responses to intervention and the evaluation of the effectiveness of a treatment programme for a child with an ASD.

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The assessment Parents and teachers are asked to evaluate how often they have observed specific behaviours in the child or adolescent in areas such as socialisation, communication, unusual behaviours, behavioural rigidity, sensitivity and self-regulation. There are two versions: ASRS (2 to 5 years) and ASRS (6 to 18 years).

DSM-5 Updates Following the release of the DSM-5, revisions have been made to the Symptom Scales. Updates have therefore been made to the full-length parent and teacher handscored forms and scoring software.

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Age range

Adults

Author(s)

Sven Bolte & Joachim Hallmayer

Includes

Book only

Price

£27.90

Product code

5580099

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Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) Provides concise, practical information about autism spectrum conditions This book is an excellent tool for all those who work with autism clients – as well as family and friends of an individual on the autistic spectrum. It includes 78 FAQs about autism, Asperger’s and atypical autism answered by 66 of the world’s leading experts. Autism spectrum conditions (ASC) are puzzling, controversial, and a challenge – and the subject of both increasing interest and a multitude of myths. While many questions about ASC remain unanswered to date, our knowledge of the roots, characteristics, outcome, and effective intervention options has improved hugely in recent years.

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In this clearly written book, leading clinical and research authorities help explode myths, provide concise, scientifically sound, state-of-the-art, practical information and answer frequently asked questions on ASC: What are ASC? What are their causes? How prevalent are they? How are ASC diagnosed and by whom? What are the first signs? How should people with ASC be educated and treated? How do people with ASC think? What can parents, teachers, and experts do? What can be done for adults with ASC? Where can information and support be found? These and other areas are covered by this clearly written book to provide concise, scientifically sound, state-ofthe-art and practical information about autism spectrum conditions for all who work with ASC clients, as well as for family and friends.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

2 years and older

Administration time

5 to 10 minutes (after the information needed to make the ratings has been collected) Level 2

Qualification Author(s)

Eric Schopler, Mary E. Van Bourgondien, Glenna Janette Wellman & Steven R. Love

Kit contents

Price

25 Standard Version Rating Booklets (CARSST); 25 High-functioning Version Rating Booklets (CARS2-HF); 25 Questionnaires for Parents or Caregivers (CARS2-QPC); Manual £150.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5584301

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Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS-2) Helps to identify those with autism and determine symptom severity Since its original publication, the CARS has become one of the most widely used and empirically validated autism assessments. It is especially effective in discriminating between children with autism and those with severe cognitive deficits, and in distinguishing mild to moderate from severe autism. The revised Second Edition expands the test’s clinical value as the CARS-2 adds forms and features that help to integrate diagnostic information, determine functional capabilities, provide feedback to parents and design targeted intervention.

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The assessment The CARS-2 includes three forms: the Standard Version Rating Booklet (CARS2-ST); a High-Functioning Version Rating Booklet (CARS2-HF); and a Questionnaire for Parents or Caregivers (CARS2-QPC). Items on the Standard form duplicate those on the original CARS, while items on the HF form have been modified to reflect current research on the characteristics of people with high functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome. The clinician rates the individual on each item, using a 4-point response scale. Ratings are based not only on frequency of the behaviour in question, but also on its intensity, peculiarity and duration. While this more nuanced approach provides greater flexibility in integrating diagnostic information, it still yields quantitative results.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

Children

Author(s)

Debra Ende

Includes

Book only

Price

£25.00

Product code

5503300

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Making Sense of Asperger’s: A Story for Children Provides practical tips and solutions on how to live with and understand Asperger’s Making Sense of Asperger’s: A Story for Children is an insightful and useful practical resource. It invites children to contribute to the discussion about Asperger’s syndrome. It clearly sets out how people can be the same, yet different. It also provides the children with a vocabulary to describe their unique way of viewing the world, a vocabulary which they can make their own.

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Receiving a diagnosis of Asperger’s syndrome can be a frightening, confusing and overwhelming experience for both parents and children. Making Sense of Asperger’s: A Story for Children provides practical tips and solutions relating to living with Asperger’s, and can be used in oneto-one settings or in a classroom. The book also provides practical tips and solutions, and is designed to also be used in a classroom.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range Administration time

4 years and older with a minimum mental age of 2 years Less than 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Michael Rutter, Anthony Bailey & Catherine Lord

Kit contents Price

20 Current Autoscore™ Forms; 20 Lifetime Autoscore™ Forms; Manual £134.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5580101

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Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ) Provides quick and easy routine screening for autism spectrum disorders Previously known as the Autism Screening Questionnaire, the SCQ evaluates communication skills and social functioning in children who may have autism or autism spectrum disorders (ASD). It provides a dimensional measure of ASD symptomatology with a cut-off score that can be used to indicate the likelihood that an individual has an ASD. In addition to its screening and educational applications, the SCQ can also be used to compare symptom levels across various groups, children with developmental language disorders for example, or youngsters with medical conditions typically associated with autism spectrum disorders.

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The assessment The SCQ is available in two forms – Lifetime and Current – and each composed of 40 ‘yes or no’ questions. The Lifetime form focuses on the child’s entire developmental history, providing a total score that is interpreted in relation to specific cut-off points and identifying those who may have autism and should be referred for a more complete evaluation, using the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised, (ADI-R) or the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, (ADOS-2). The Current form looks at the child’s behaviour over the most recent three month period. It produces results that can be helpful in treatment planning, educational intervention and measurement of change over time. Both forms can be given directly to the parent or primary caregiver.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

2½ years and older

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

John N. Constantino

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 25 Preschool AutoScore Forms; 25 School-age AutoScore Forms; 25 Adult AutoScore Forms; 25 Adult Self-report AutoScore Forms £223.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5580321

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Social Responsiveness Scale, Second Edition (SRS-2) Identifies the presence and severity of social impairment within the autism spectrum and differentiates it from that which occurs in other disorders Completed in 15 to 20 minutes, the brevity and sensitivity of the SRS-2 make it highly useful for a variety of assessment needs. Its quantitative nature and wide age range make it ideal for measuring response to intervention over time and its reliance on the day-to-day observations of parents and teachers makes it easy to use in clinical, research, and educational settings. It clearly distinguishes the social impairment characteristic of ASD from that seen in ADHD, anxiety, and other diagnoses.

The assessment The SRS-2 offers four forms, each with 65 items, and each for a specific age group: School-Age Form; Preschool Form; Adult Form; and Adult Self-Report Form.

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The SRS-2 asks teachers, parents and others to rate symptoms that they’ve noticed over time. This approach uncovers a wide range of symptoms, including those that are relatively subtle. In addition to a Total score reflecting severity of social deficits in the autism spectrum, the SRS-2 generates scores for five Treatment Subscales: 1. Social Awareness 2. Social Cognition 3. Social Communication 4. Social Motivation 5. Restricted Interests and Repetitive Behaviour In addition to the Treatment Subscales above, the SRS‑2 offers two new DSM-5 compatible subscales: Social Communication and Interaction; and Restricted Interests and Repetitive Behaviour.


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Forensic and Psychopathology The instruments in this section can be used by those working with cases related to psychotic behaviours and traits, child abuse cases and specific disorders such as schizophrenia. Also included here are assessments that are used in forensic settings to identify, plan intervention and monitor,

for example, levels of anger, aggression and violence towards the self or others. Among the assessments in this section is Assessing Risk for Violence, Version 3 (HCR‑20 V3), a short checklist for evaluating the risk for future violent behaviour in criminal and psychiatric populations.


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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

9 to 88 years

Administration time

10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Arnold H. Buss & W. L. Warren

Kit contents Price

25 Autoscore Answer Forms and Manual £105.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5554020

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Aggression Questionnaire (AQ) Enables the screening of large groups or individuals for aggressive tendencies The Aggression Questionnaire (AQ) is a self-report inventory that makes it possible to routinely screen children and adults for aggressive tendencies. The AQ measures an individual’s aggressive responses and his or her ability to channel those responses in a safe, constructive manner. The simplicity of the AQ makes it an excellent choice for documenting need for service and focusing rehabilitation efforts. In other institutional settings (schools, businesses, military installations, and geriatric or convalescent hospitals), it can be used for both screening and programme evaluation.

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The assessment The AQ consists of 34 items, scored on the following scales: Anger, Physical Aggression, Verbal Aggression, Hostility and Indirect Aggression. A Total Score is also provided, along with an Inconsistent Responding Index. The test can be hand scored or administered and scored using the AQ CD, which also allows the user to print out a detailed interpretive report on the spot. In clinical settings, the AQ’s five subscale scores provide a level of detail that is particularly useful for treatment planning and outcome measurement.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

Adult

Administration time

90 to 120 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

H. Hafner, W. Loffler, K. Maurer, A. Riecher-Rossler & A. Stein

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 5 Interview Booklets; 50 Score Sheets; 50 IND Forms; 50 TREAT Forms; 50 EPIS Forms; 50 Time Schedules; 50 Calendars of Episodes (in blue presentation case) £200.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5580601

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Interview for the Retrospective Assessment of the Onset and Course of Schizophrenia (IRAOS) Assesses social course, symptoms, disability and treatment from the first signs or indicators of illness until the time of interview The IRAOS is an interview containing five sections and was developed within the framework of the Mannheim ABC Schizophrenia Study (Chaired by H. Hafner). The data from the use of IRAOS in this study showed that the overwhelming part of social losses and disabilities happen long before the first treatment contact. The result led to a shift in focus of research to the early illness stages and to early detection as a prerequisite. The Mannheim ABC Schizophrenia Study was a largescale epidemiological and neurobiological research project that commenced in 1987. One of its aims was to analyse the early course of the disorder from onset until first contact and its implications for further course and outcome.

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The assessment The interview has five sections: • Part One: General Information about the interviewer and the patient, information on informants and sources of information. • Part Two: Socio-demographic & Case History Information records the entire life of the patient with the help of ‘continuity’ items. These items assess breaks in social development and their causes. • Part Three: Episodes & Intervals of Mental Disorder provides information on current as well as earlier episodes of illness and the relevant treatments. • Part Four: Indicators of Psychiatric Illness is a retrospective recording of symptoms that might be ‘indicators’ of a beginning psychiatric illness or are relevant to diagnosing the disorder in question. • Part Five: Evaluation of Sources of Information assesses the quality of the data collected.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

12 to 19 years

Administration time

45 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

William M. Reynolds

Kit contents

Price

Unlimited-use Scoring Program with On-screen Help; Administration and Interpretation Manual; Psychometric and Technical Manual; Quick Start Guide; 25 Test Booklets £368.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5561201

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Adolescent Psychopathology Scale (APS) Evaluates the presence and severity of symptoms of psychological disorders and distress The APS items directly evaluate specific DSM-IV symptoms of psychiatric disorders found in adolescents. It also assesses other psychological problems and behaviours that interfere with the adolescent’s psychosocial adaptation and personal competence, including substance abuse, suicidal behaviour, emotional lability, excessive anger, aggression, alienation and introversion. To quantify the primary dimensions of psychopathology captured by the APS, three broad-based Factor Score scales are calculated from the Clinical and Personality Disorders scales (Internalizing Disorder, Externalising Disorder and Personality Disorder).

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The assessment The 346 items measure three broad disorder problem domains: Clinical Disorders (20 scales), Personality Disorders (5 scales) and Psychosocial Problem Content areas (11 scales). The Response Style Indicator scales (4 scales) include indexes of response consistency, response veracity and unusual endorsement propensities. APS scores represent the severity of disorder-specific symptomatology evaluated across different time periods. This close match between APS item content and DSM-IV criteria supports clinical utility and ease of interpretation. Respondents complete the items in the APS Test Booklet, which is written at a 13 year old reading level. The APS employs a unique multiple response format designed to conform to the nature of the specific DSM-IV symptom criteria.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

Administration: untimed; Scoring: 5 minutes Level 2

Qualification Author(s)

Christopher D. Webster, Kevin S. Douglas, Derek Eaves & Stephen D. Hart

Kit contents

User’s Guide and 50 Worksheets

Price

£156.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5562301

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Assessing Risk for Violence, Version 3 (HCR-20) Provides a comprehensive set of professional guidelines for the assessment and management of violence risk The HCR-20, Version 3 builds upon the solid foundation laid by Versions 1 and 2 of the HCR-20, providing a checklist for assessing the risk for future violent behaviour in criminal and psychiatric populations. Its most common applications are within correctional, forensic and general or civil psychiatric settings, both institution and community-based. The HCR-20 includes variables that capture relevant past, present and future considerations and should be regarded as an important first step in the risk assessment process. It embodies and exemplifies the Structured Professional Judgement (SPJ) model of violence risk assessment.

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The assessment HCR-20 contains extensive guidelines for the evaluation of the presence of 20 key violence risk factors in a client, and also their relevance to that particular client. It also contains information to help evaluators construct meaningful formulations of violence risk, future risk scenarios, appropriate risk management plans and informative communication of risk. The revision process for HCR-20 V3 was thorough, with consultations within the field of violence risk assessment, and completed detailed research reviews and summaries of the 20 risk factors. The HCR-20 V3 underwent clinical beta-testing across four counties and was subjected to empirical evaluations across five countries, ranging from small- to largescale investigations of reliability and validity. Together, feedback from these revision efforts have indicated that HCR-20 V3 will be even more clinically useful that its predecessor, while still enjoying a solid empirical basis.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

10 to 16 years

Administration time

Untimed

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Joseph Petty

Kit contents

Manual and 25 Checklists

Price

£159.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5518401

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Checklist for Child Abuse Evaluation (CCAE) Helps to investigate and evaluate possible abuse or neglect This valuable tool is used for investigating and evaluating children and adolescents who may have been abused or neglected. Psychologists, social workers and other professionals involved in child abuse investigations and evaluations find that this checklist provides an excellent survey of child abuse symptomatology. The CCAE can be used to obtain extensive data for preparing clinical reports or standard documents in the clinical file and, as the checklist is transferable to all relevant professionals, it can eliminate repetitive stressful questioning of the child. Using the checklist will also enhance the possibility of providing legally sound conclusions.

The assessment The 264 item, 40 page CCAE contains 24 sections including: • Child’s Historical and Current Status; • Emotional Abuse (child and witness reports); • Sexual Abuse (child and witness reports); • Physical Abuse (child and witness reports); • Neglect (child and witness reports); • Child’s Psychological Status; • Credibility/Competence of the Child; • Conclusions in six Categories; • Case-specific Treatment Recommendations and Issues. When conducting an evaluation, the entire checklist can be used, or only those sections applicable to the specific situation.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

Males, 18 years and older

Administration time

90 to 120 minutes

Qualification

Level 1

Author(s)

William Winogron, Marilyn Van Dieten & Laurence Gauzas

Kit contents

Price

Set of 6 Group Leader’s Guides; 10 Group Members Workbooks; Master Package; Audiotape £519.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5501401

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Controlling Anger & Learning to Manage it (CALM) Helps to teach adult male participants to recognise and manage their negative emotions through group sessions The CALM programme teaches male participants to monitor and understand their emotions in order to prevent problematic behaviour. Twenty-four sessions teach participants the skills necessary to reduce the frequency, intensity and duration of anger to lessen the likelihood of aggression. The CALM sessions are practical, highly structured, sequential and designed for delivery to groups of adolescent and adult males at risk for inappropriate, violent behaviour and in many cases, criminal recidivism. Personal assignments, modelling, role-play, teamwork and self and peer-evaluation are used to teach and promote lasting change of inappropriate and unproductive thought and behaviour patterns.

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The complete CALM programme includes six comprehensive group leader guides with instructions on how to deliver the 24 group sessions; an individual workbook of exercises and personal assignments for each group member; a master package for group leaders containing participant handouts and overheads; and an audiotape that features relaxation exercises and educational game scripts (copies can be made free of charge). Also available is the CALMER programme, a followup to the CALM programme. The CALMER programme contains exercises that help clients increase control over their own belligerent, hostile attitudes or aggressive, violent behaviour patterns. The programme consists of a standardised intake plan and group-intervention sessions. Non-psychotherapeutic personnel who have completed a short training programme can administer the CALMER. It is ideal for inmates, probationers and young offenders who have committed violent acts in the past. The workbook has a Year 7 reading level.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

Interview section: 90 to 120 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Robert D. Hare

Kit contents

Price

Manual; Rating Booklet; 25 Quikscore™ Forms; 25 Interview Guides £402.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5517101

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Hare Psychopathology Checklist Revised, Second Edition (PCL-R) Assesses psychopathic (antisocial) personality disorders The Hare PCL-R is one of the leading international assessments for the assessment of psychopathy and provides complete coverage of the domain of psychopathic traits and behaviours. Its 20 items assess psychopathic (anti-social) personality disorders in the forensic population. Following its revision, the Hare PCL-R provides greater clinical utility through the addition of two empirically derived and validated facets for each of the two primary factors. The new facet scores help pinpoint specific aspects of psychopathy, further increasing the test’s usefulness as part of the clinician’s evaluation.

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The assessment The total score can be interpreted dimensionally in terms of degree of match to the prototypical psychopath, or it can be used categorically to help identify or diagnose psychopaths. Ratings are made using a structured interview and a review of collateral information. The PCL-R 2nd Edition is available in handscored and software format. With the handscored format, the practitioner completes the assessment with an Interview Guide, a Rating Booklet, and a QuikScore™ Form. The software format instantly generates a Profile Report upon completion of the assessment.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Holly A. Miller

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 25 Response Forms; 25 Scoring Summary/ Profile Forms ÂŁ168.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5563101

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Inventory of Offender Risk, Needs and Strengths (IORNS) Identifies static, dynamic and protective factors related to offender risk, treatment need and management in adults The IORNS is a 130 item self-report measure that assesses static risk, dynamic risk/need, and protective strength factors as they relate to recidivism, treatment need and management. It is the only instrument that assesses all three types of factors (static, dynamic, and protective factors) which are important to recidivism. IORNS provides a more comprehensive risk assessment than is currently available through concomitant assessment.

The assessment The IORNS consists of the four IORNS indexes, 8 scales, 14 subscales and 2 validity scales. T-scores, percentiles, confidence intervals, and qualitative classifications (e.g. low, average, high, very high) are provided for the normative samples. The IORNS indexes, scales and subscales demonstrate good convergent and discriminant validity with self-report, interview and objective criminal history measures of antisocial behaviour, psychopathy, personality pathology, substance use, depression and anxiety among numerous male and female offender samples.

IORNS can be group administered at offender intake, thereby reducing clinician burden, and is written at an 8 – 9 year old reading level. The IORNS provides index and scale scores that are internally consistent and stable over time, in addition to content subscales that aid in interpretive specificity.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

Adult

Administration time Qualification

Interview: 60 to 120 minutes; IPDE Screening Questionnaire: 15 minutes or less Level 2

Author(s)

Armand W. Loranger

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 25 IPDE-DSM-IV Screening Questionnaires; 15 IPDE-DSM-IV Scoring Booklets; 50 IDPE DSM-IV Answer Sheets £188.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5510811

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International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE) Provides definite, probable or negative diagnosis for each personality disorder The IPDE provides a uniform approach for identifying and assessing personality disorders for both the DSM-IV and the ICD-10 classification systems. The interview is the most widely used of its kind and is the only personality disorder interview based on worldwide field trials. The IPDE consists of a Screening Questionnaire – the use of which determines the need for the Clinical Interview – and the Interview itself. These interview questions are arranged in sections (e.g. background information, work, self, interpersonal relationships) and written to offer a balance between a spontaneous, natural clinical interview and the requirements of standardisation and objectivity.

The assessment The IPDE Manual contains interview questions to assess either the 11 DSM-IV or the 10 ICD-10 personality disorders. The IPDE Screening Questionnaire contains

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77 DSM-IV or 59 ICD-10 items written at a 9 to 10 year old reading level. The patient responds either True or False to each item and can complete the questionnaire in less than 15 minutes. Having scored the questionnaire and identifying those whose scores suggest the presence of a personality disorder, the IPDE clinical interview is then administered. For each IPDE Interview question, the corresponding personality disorder and the specific diagnostic criteria are identified with precise scoring guidelines. At least one criterion must have been present prior to age 25 years before that particular personality disorder can be diagnosed. The test user records the scores for each response on the appropriate IPDE Answer Sheet. After the interview, the test user transcribes the scores from the IPDE Answer Sheet to the appropriate Scoring Booklet. The results from the IPDE Interview allow the test user to assign a definite, probable or negative diagnosis for each personality disorder.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

9 to 84 years

Administration time

25 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

R. W. Novaco

Kit contents Price

Manual and Pack of Autoscore Test Forms £103.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5554002

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Novaco Anger Scale & Provocation Inventory (NAS-PI) Assesses anger in relation to psychological functioning and physical health The NAS-PI assesses anger in relation to psychological functioning and physical health. It helps in the understanding of how particular individuals experience anger and what kinds of situations provoke it. It can distinguish between forensic inpatients who are likely to assault and those who are not, and can also be used to predict potential for violent behaviour in the community following hospital discharge.

The assessment The NAS-PI produces scores separately for the experience of anger and the provoking factors. The Total NAS Score provides a general inclination towards anger reactions based on the first three of four subscale scores: • Cognitive (COG): Justification, Rumination, Hostile attitude and Suspicion; • Arousal (ARO): Intensity, Duration, Somatic Tension, Irritability; Behaviour (BEH): Impulsive reaction, Verbal aggression, Physical confrontation, Indirect expression; • Anger Regulation (REG): Cognitive Coping, Arousal Calming, Behavioural Control.

The NAS-PI is a self-report questionnaire in two parts, which can be administered as a whole or independently. The 60 NAS items focus on how an individual experiences anger, while the 25 PI items focus on the kinds of situations that lead to anger.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

16 years and older

Administration time

5 to 7 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Delroy L. Paulhus

Kit contents

Manual and 25 Quikscore™ Forms

Price

£95.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5584801

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Paulhus Deception Scales (PDS) Identifies individuals who distort their responses The Paulhus Deception Scales (PDS), also known as Version 7 of the Balanced Inventory of Desirable Responding (BIDR), is a 40 item self-report questionnaire designed to measure the tendency to give socially acceptable or desirable responses (SDR). It is designed to be administered concurrently with other instruments. The PDS evolved from the earlier development and revisions of the BIDR, and measures two distinct forms of SDR: selfdeception and impression management. According to theories of deception styles, self-deception represents an unconscious process to deny psychologically threatening thoughts and feelings reflective of psychoanalytic conflicts, and other-deception represents conscious distortion toward self-enhancement, thereby managing the impression given.

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The assessment The two scales of PDS are designed to capture two different styles of responses considered socially desirable. Self-Deceptive Enhancement (SDE) intends to capture the tendency to give honest but inflated self-descriptions reflecting a lack of insight and an unconscious bias toward favourable self-portrayal. Impression Management (IM) involves conscious use of inflated self-descriptions, faking or lying, and is thought to indicate hypersensitivity to situational self-presentation demands. Item content of the two subscales was rationally composed to reflect and distinguish the two respective biases in self-report.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

Adult

Administration time Qualification

Administration: 50 to 60 minutes; Scoring: 15 to 20 minutes Level 2

Author(s)

Leslie C. Morey

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual (2nd Edition); 2 Reusable Item Booklets; 2 Administration Folios; 25 Form HS (Hand-scorable) Answer Sheets; 25 Profile Forms Adults-Revised; 25 Critical Items FormsRevised; Professional Report £286.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5515101

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Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Provides an objective assessment of adult psychopathology The PAI is an objective inventory of adult personality. It assesses psychopathological syndromes, providing information relevant for clinical diagnosis, treatment planning and screening for psychopathology. The 344 PAI items constitute 22 non-overlapping scales covering the constructs most relevant to a broad-based assessment of mental disorders.

The assessment The PAI 22 scales are: four Validity scales; 11 Clinical scales; five Treatment scales and two Interpersonal scales. To help in interpretation, and to cover the full range of complex clinical constructs, 10 scales contain conceptually derived subscales. The PAI Clinical scales provide information about the critical diagnostic features of 11 important clinical constructs. These scales may be divided into three broad classes of disorders: those within the neurotic spectrum; those within the psychotic spectrum; and those associated with behaviour disorder or impulse control problems. Email: clinical@hogrefe.co.uk

The PAI Treatment scales provide indicators of potential complications in treatment that would not necessarily be apparent from diagnostic information. These include indicators of potential for harm to self or others, measures of the respondent’s environmental circumstances and the respondent’s motivation for treatment. The Interpersonal scales provide an assessment of the respondent’s interpersonal style along two dimensions: a warmly affiliative versus a cold rejecting style, and a dominating/controlling versus a meekly submissive style. These axes provide a useful way of conceptualising many different mental disorders. The PAI includes a Borderline Features scale and an Antisocial Features scale. Both of these scales specifically assess character pathology. The Borderline Features scale is the only PAI scale that has four subscales, reflecting the factorial complexity of the construct. The Antisocial Features scale includes a total of three facets: one assessing antisocial behaviours, and the other two assessing antisocial traits.

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Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

Observer Report: 30 to 40 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Stanley R. Kay, Lewis A. Opler & Abraham Fiszbein

Kit contents Price

Technical Manual; 25 Quikscore™ Forms; 25 SCI-PANSS Forms £324.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5510101

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Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) Assesses schizophrenia The PANSS is based on findings that schizophrenia comprises at least two distinct syndromes; the positive syndrome, consisting of productive symptoms; and the negative syndrome, consisting of deficit features. This distinction is useful when developing treatment plans because it allows a focus on the type of symptoms the patient is experiencing. It is also useful when studying the effects of medication (e.g. in clinical drug trials) because it allows the determination of which type of symptoms are being affected. Key areas measured include: Positive Scale, Negative Scale, Composite Index, General Psychopathology Scale, Supplemental Aggression Risk Profile.

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The assessment To optimise the instrument’s objectivity, the Structured Clinical Interview for PANSS (SCI-PANSS) was developed as a structured interview that can be used to gather information objectively prior to completing the PANSS. Through item definitions, statements and questions, the Information Questionnaire (IQPANSS) ensures that all information related to behavioural presence, frequency and responsiveness is obtained during interviews with family members, healthcare providers or other informants. In addition to standard Dimensional scoring, there is the option to use the new Pentagonal scoring method. The Pentagonal model is the result of recent research. It uses 25 PANSS items organised into five scales: Negative, Positive, Dysphoric Mood, Activation, Autistic Preoccupation.


Catalogue of Clinical Assessments

Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

5 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Leslie C. Morey

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual and 25 HS Response Forms £140.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5516011

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Personality Assessment Screener (PAS) Helps in the screening of a broad range of clinical problems in adults Derived from the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI), the PAS is designed for use as a triage instrument in most healthcare and mental health settings, as well as in corporate EAPs and college health services. The 22 item test can be an important part of initial client evaluation by healthcare and mental health professionals.

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Negative Affect (NA) Hostile Control (HC) Acting Out (AO) Suicidal Thinking (ST) Health Problems (HP) Alienation (AN) Psychotic Features (PF) Alcohol Problem (AP) Social Withdrawal (SW) Anger Control (AC)

The assessment This assessment helps to determine the need for a followup with a full evaluation of psychopathology and to focus the initial client interview on specific problem areas. It can be used to target certain clinical areas for follow-up testing. The 22 item self-administered objective questionnaire uses those items from the PAI that are most sensitive to the broad range of contemporary clinical problems measured by the PAI. The items are organised hierarchically into 10 different ‘Elements’ representing 10 distinct clinical problem domains:

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The 10 individual Element raw scores are summed to determine the PAS Total score, which assesses both the potential for emotional and/or behavioural problems of clinical significance and the need for follow-up evaluation with the PAI or another full inventory of adult personality. Individual Element scores and the PAS Total score are transformed into probability (P) scores, reflecting the likelihood that the test taker would obtain a problematic profile if he/she completed the full 344 item PAI.

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Age range

18 to 86 years

Administration time

15 to 25 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Scott O. Lilienfield

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Price

Professional Manual; Unlimited Manual; Unlimited-use PPI-R Software Portfolio with Quick Start Guide; 25 Item Booklets; 25 Response Forms; 25 Scoring Summary Forms £312.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Psychopathic Personality Inventory, Revised (PPI-R) Assesses psychopathic personality traits The PPI-R is a self-report measure of both global psychopathy and the component traits of psychopathy. It does not focus exclusively on antisocial or criminal behaviours, as it measures the continuum of psychopathic personality traits present in a range of individuals and can be used in both clinical (e.g. forensic) and non-clinical (e.g. student, community) settings, and provides appropriate normative data. As with the PPI, the PPI-R is construct valid and takes less time to administer than other published psychopathy

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measures. It can detect response styles potentially relevant to psychopathy (i.e. positive or negative impression management, random or careless responding).

The assessment PPI-R has been written with a reading level of 13 years and contains 154 items. The software included in the PPI-R Kit has been developed as a faster way to score and profile the PPI-R, as it generates a comprehensive Score Report after hand entry of an individual’s item responses or scale raw scores. The software is not compatible with MAC technology.


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Adults

Administration time

60 to 90 minutes

Qualification

Level 1

Author(s)

P. Randall Kropp, Stephen D. Hart, Christopher D. Webster & Derek Eaves

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Manual; 25 Checklist Forms; 25 Quikscore™ Forms £99.00 (ex. VAT)

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Spousal Assault Risk Assessment Guide (SARA) Facilitates the prediction of the likelihood of domestic violence The SARA helps criminal justice professionals predict the likelihood of domestic violence by screening for risk factors in individuals who are suspected of, or who are being treated for, spousal abuse. The instrument can be used by members of various boards or tribunals (e.g., parole and review boards, professional ethics committees, etc.), lawyers, victims’ rights advocates and also prisoners’ rights advocates.

The scales covered are: Spousal Assault History, Criminal History, Alleged/Most Recent Offence, and Psychosocial Adjustment.

The assessment The clinician-completed QuikScore™ form is a self-scoring form and the SARA Checklist of Information Sources is a checklist designed to ensure that all possible information resources have been tapped.

With 20 items, it helps determine the degree to which an individual poses a risk to his or her spouse, children, another family member, or any other person involved. It can be used as a quality-control checklist to demonstrate that the test user has assessed the risk factors of crucial predictive importance.

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Age range

11 to 19 years

Administration time Qualification

5 to 10 minutes for individuals; 10 to 20 minutes for groups Level 2

Author(s)

DeAnna McKinnie Burney

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual and 50 Test Booklets £155.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Adolescent Anger Rating Scale (AARS) Assesses the intensity and frequency of anger expression in adolescents Elevated AARS scores can help to identify adolescents who are at risk for diagnoses of conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

The assessment Test takers indicate which behaviours they exhibit when angered and how often each behaviour typically occurs; the 4-point response scale ranges from Hardly Ever to Very Often. Scores are reported for Total Anger and for three subscales measuring aspects of the test taker’s typical anger response pattern: Instrumental Anger, Reactive Anger and Anger Control.

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The AARS Professional Manual provides directions for administration, scoring and interpretation (including case examples), as well as information about the development and validation of the instrument. Conversions of raw scores to percentiles and T-scores are also provided by gender and age group. The manual also provides additional information about the normative sample. Statistical analyses support the use of the AARS in both clinical and research applications. Therapists who employ anger control training may find the AARS a useful measure of behaviour change. The AARS can also be used to help practitioners select the most appropriate intervention programme for the specific type(s) of anger that the test taker typically experiences.


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Age range

16 years and older

Administration time Qualification

Administration: 5 to 10 minutes; Scoring: 5 minutes Level 2

Author(s)

Charles D. Spielberger

Kit contents Price

Manual; 25 Reusable Item Booklets; 50 Rating Sheets; 50 Profile Sheets £236.00 (ex. VAT)

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State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory 2 (STAXI-2) Measures the experience, expression and control of anger The STAXI-2 is a self-report measure which has been developed to assess the intensity of anger as an emotional state (State Anger) and the disposition to experience angry feelings as a personality trait (Trait Anger). It considers how these two components contribute to medical conditions such as hypertension and coronary heart disease. The instrument distinguishes clearly between the experience of anger from anger expression and anger control, which is crucial to investigate the impact on mental and physical conditions.

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The assessment This 57 item questionnaire includes six scales plus an Anger Expression Index (an overall measure of total anger expression). The scales are: • State Anger Scale – assesses the intensity of anger as an emotional state at a particular time. It has three subscales. • Trait Anger Scale – assesses how often angry feelings are experienced over time. It has two subscales. • Anger Expression and Anger Control scales – assess four relatively independent traits: a. Expression of angry feelings towards other persons or objects in the environment (Anger Expression-Out) b. Holding in or suppressing angry feelings (Anger Expression-In) c. Controlling angry feelings by preventing the expression of angry feelings towards other persons or objects in the environment (Anger Control-Out) d. Controlling angry feelings by calming down or cooling off (Anger Control-In)

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Age range

12 to 18 years

Administration time

10 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Randy Borum, Patrick Bartel & Adelle Forth

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual and 50 Rating Forms £88.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5515501

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Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY) Assesses the risk of violence and aggression The SAVRY is used by professionals across a number of disciplines who conduct assessments and/or make intervention or supervision plans concerning violence risk in youth. Whilst not designed to be a formal test or scale, the SAVRY provides a systematic and practical review of the known risk and protective factors addressed. Its items are based on the best available research and guidelines for juvenile risk assessment practice.

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Specifically designed for adolescents, it considers the factors relevant at this age – and not children or adults. The items have direct implications for treatment and risk reduction.

The assessment The SAVRY is not designed to be a formal test, as there are no assigned numerical values or cut off scores. Based on the Structured Professional Judgment (SPJ) model, the SAVRY helps assist in structuring an assessment so that the important factors will not be missed, and thus will be emphasised when formulating a final professional judgment about a youth’s level of risk.


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Age range

18 to 100 years

Administration time

30 to 40 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Richard Rogers, Kenneth W. Sewell & Nathan D. Gillard

Kit contents

Manual and 25 Interview Booklets

Price

£266.00 (ex. VAT)

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Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms, Second Edition (SIRS-2) Assesses malingering and feigning of psychiatric symptoms The SIRS-2 was developed to assess deliberate distortions in the self-report of symptoms. Each scale produces useful information on how a particular client may distort or fabricate his or her symptoms. The SIRS2 may be administered by any mental health professional with formal training in structured interviews. The primary focus of the SIRS-2 is on the evaluation of feigning, and the manner in which it is likely to occur, such as an exaggeration of symptom severity rather than a fabrication of symptomatology. Seen as the ‘gold standard’ in its field, the updated SIRS2 helps evaluate feigning of psychiatric symptoms in greater detail with expanded scoring and classification. It now includes a Spanish Language Interview Booklet.

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The assessment The revised manual updates the malingering literature with special attention to detection strategies and their clinical applications to feigned mental disorders. It combines data from the original SIRS validation studies with more recent research and includes a conceptual framework for understanding feigned mental disorders plus explicit instructions for administration, scoring and classification. The SIRS-2 manual also provides clarifications of malingering, factitious disorders, feigning and related terms; an understanding of explanatory models and their relevance to clinical practice; a conceptualisation of detection strategies within different domains; and insights into the SIRS-2 primary scales, including their general category of detection strategies (unlikely vs. amplified) and conceptual relationship to other commonly used measures.

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Age range

Adult

Administration time

Untimed

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Douglas R. Boer, Stephen D. Hart, P. Randall Kropp & Christopher Webster

Kit contents

Manual and 50 Coding Sheets

Price

£101.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Sexual Violence Risk 20 (SVR-20) Provides a checklist of risk factors for sexual violence The SVR-20 is a 20 item checklist of risk factors for future sexual violence. Developed primarily for use in criminal and civil forensic contexts, the SVR-20 is appropriate for use in cases where an individual has committed, or is alleged to have committed, an act of sexual violence. It is composed of 24 items in three risk domains (Historical Risk Factors, Social/Contextual Risk Factors and Individual/Clinical Factors) and draws from research and professional literature on adolescent development, as well as on violence and aggression in youth. SVR-20 can be of use: • in pre-trial release decisions; • for providing pre-sentence assistance to judges; • in the development of treatment programmes at correctional intake; • prior to discharge to assist in post-release management custody/access assessment; • to determine the need for a community warning; • to support quality assurance or critical incident reviews, education and training.

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The assessment The 20 factors essential in a comprehensive sexual violence risk assessment fall into three main categories: Psychosocial Adjustment, History of Sexual Offences and Future Plans. The actual risk for sexual violence depends on the combination (not just the number) of risk factors present in a specific case. The manual provides information about how and when to conduct sexual violence risk assessments, research upon which the basic risk factors are based and key questions to address when making judgments about risk. It specifies which risk factors should be assessed and how the risk assessment should be conducted.


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Neuropsychology, Cognition and Memory This section draws together our range of tests in the areas of neuropsychology, cognition, memory and attention. These tests involve tasks specifically designed to measure a psychological function linked to a specific brain structure or pathway. Tests such as the Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition (BRIEF2) assess impairment of executive functioning in

children and adolescents. The SPANS, a short battery of neuropsychological tests for the assessment of acquired brain injury, is currently being extended so the upper age of the norm group rises from 74 to 89 years – a useful development for older adult services and memory clinics. And, the d2-R Test of Attention – Revised measures selective attention and concentration from ages 9 to 60 years.


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Age range

18 to 74 years

Administration time

35 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Gerald Burgess

Kit contents

Price

Manual; Stimulus Book A; Stimulus Book B; Scoring Booklets A and B (25 of each); Clipboard; SPANS Stopwatch; LNC Scoring Card; Carry Case £341.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS) Provides a short battery of cognitive tasks for the assessment of acquired brain injury and other neurological disorders The SPANS is a short battery of neuropsychological tests for the assessment of acquired brain injury and can currently be used with adults aged 18 to 74 years. Designed and written by a practising clinical psychologist seeking ease in administration and scoring, testing takes just 30 to 45 minutes and includes extensive interpretation guidelines for patients in several age groups – between 18 and 74 years – and is UK-normed. Assessments can easily be administered in outpatient clinics or at the bedside. Clinicians are able to pause as needed, with seven natural stopping points included throughout.

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The assessment Comprising a series of 30 cognitive, perceptual and language tasks, the SPANS offers within-test flexibility and reliable results in seven crucial areas. Parallel tests (A and B) guarantee reliable retesting with minimal impact on accuracy. Each of the seven indices contain between two and eight short tasks (subtests). The SPANS also offers the option to design briefer assessments around the needs of the clinician or capabilities of the patient without making sacrifices at any testing level. The SPANS measures: • Orientation • Attention/Concentration • Language • Memory/Learning • Visuo-Motor Performance • Efficiency • Conceptual Flexibility


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SPANS extension in development Hogrefe and the test’s author are currently gathering clinical and normative data for those aged 74 to 89 years. This extension would be a useful development for older adult services and memory clinics, providing advantages over current available options for the assessment of older adults and dementia. To express interest in assisting with the collection of norms, please email publishing@hogrefe.co.uk

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“The tool is very quick and simple to administer... Patients seemed engaged and to enjoy the tests... As an administrator, the instructions were very clear, easy to follow and flowed nicely from one subtest to the next.” Neuropsychology Department, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge.

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Age range

9 to 60 years

Administration time

8 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

R. Brickenkamp, L. Schmidt-Atzert & D. Liepmann

Kit contents

Online administration includes test usage and Standard Report. Paper and Pencil Starter Set includes Manual; 50 Record Blanks; 2 Scoring Keys Online starts at £15.00 per test; Paper and Pencil Kits £96.00 (ex. VAT) Online: 5555555 Paper: 5561001

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d2 Test of Attention – Revised (d2-R) New! Assesses selective attention and concentration The d2-R Test of Attention – Revised is a concise measure of selective attention and concentration. The construct of ‘attention and concentration’ is here defined as a performance-oriented, continuous and focused selection of stimuli. The d2-R in its previous editions is one of the most widely used measures of attention – particularly visual attention – throughout Europe. It is used not only in clinical and educational settings, but also in sports psychology and in the pharmaceutical and transport sectors. Now, the newly-published d2-R offers a comprehensive and fundamental new formulation based on recent scientific findings.

The assessment The test in its online format starts with a couple of practice examples, allowing the test taker to become acquainted with the task. The test itself then consists of 14 screens showing 60 symbols in rows of 10 on every screen. Each

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symbol consists of a letter ‘d’ or ‘p’, marked with one to four small dashes. The test taker is required to scan the lines and cross out all occurrences of the letter ‘d’ with two dashes while ignoring all other symbols. The test is scored based on identifying errors of omission (missing ‘target’ symbols that should have been crossed out) and errors of commission (selecting ‘distractor’ symbols that should not have been crossed out).

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18 to 96 years

Administration time

20 to 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Romola S.Bucks, Jonathan R. Willison, Lucie M.T. Byrne & Roy P.C. Kessels

Kit contents

Price

Manual; Test Grids; Picture Cards; 20 Scoring Forms A; 10 Scoring Forms B; Carry Box £242.00 (ex. VAT)

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Location Learning Test (LLT) Helps diagnose dementia and other forms of amnesia and identifies milder memory deficits The LLT is a visuospatial alternative for widely used verbal memory tests which, as it does not rely on verbal response, can be administered to those with aphasia. There are two administration procedures which differ in level of difficulty. This makes the LLT applicable for both mild memory deficits and more severe deficits such as dementia. By measuring visuospatial recall and learning, the LLT allows evaluation of the ability to learn the spatial location of a series of everyday objects and offers a measure of learning through repeated testing. The LLT also offers a measure of delayed recall and, by combining these two measures, enables clinicians and researchers to identify those who are likely to be suffering from an acquired difficulty with learning and/or difficulty retaining new spatial information. The performance on the delayed recall trial is useful in identifying dementia patients from normal aging.

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The assessment The LLT involves learning the arrangement of a set of objects on a 5 x 5 grid. There are two parallel versions, each of which has 10 pictures of objects. The test proceeds by presenting the grid and then assessing the test taker’s memory for locations by asking them to place cards bearing the same pictures onto locations on a blank grid. This is repeated for five trials. After that, a delayed recall trial is added or, alternatively, recognition of the pictures can be assessed. The locations where the subject has placed each picture are recorded on the scoring sheet. On the backside of the same sheet the results can be converted to scores that can subsequently be converted to percentile scores using the tables in the manual.

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Age range

5 to 18 years

Administration time

Administration: 5 to 10 minutes; Scoring: 15 minutes Level 2

Qualification Author(s)

Gerard A. Gioia, Peter K. Isquith, Steven C. Guy & Lauren Kenworthy

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 25 Parent Forms; 25 Teacher Forms; 25 Self-Report Forms; 25 Parent Scoring Summary/Profile Forms; 25 Teacher Scoring Summary/Profile Forms; 25 SelfReport Scoring Summary/Profile Forms £297.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5512111

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Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition (BRIEF2) Assesses impairment of executive function in children and adolescents The BRIEF2 is an enhanced rating scale of executive function that continues to be as efficient, comprehensive and consistent with current models of executive function as its predecessor – but also now includes a quick screener and enhanced features. Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report Forms are now discussed in one manual and have increased parallel structure. This content overlap, combined with the presentation of rater discrepancy base rates, makes examining multiple rater perspectives easy. It also contains more concise scales, which reduce the burden on the parent, teacher, and adolescent respondent, as well as new 12-item Parent, Teacher and Self-Report (ages 11-18) Screening Forms for quick screening.

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Other benefits of the BRIEF2: • The improved empirical scale structure now features separate Task-Monitor and Self-Monitor Scales. • The new Infrequency Scale helps to identify unusual responding. • No new items were added to the clinical scales, allowing for consistency of data collection between the BRIEF and the BRIEF2. • An improved internal structure, with scales supported by factor analysis and three indexes consistent with widely accepted theory: Behaviour Regulation, Emotion Regulation and Cognitive Regulation. • Clinical data provide support for evidence-based assessment and interpretation of clinical profiles. • New reliable change statistics make it easy to measure the significance of change in scores over time.


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Adults

Administration time

5 minutes for the MMSE-2:BV; 10 to 15 minutes for the MMSE-2:SV; 20 minutes for the MMSE2:EV Level 2

Qualification Author(s)

Marshal F. Folstein & Susan E. Folstein, input on the Manual from Travis White & Melissa A. Messer

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User’s Manual; 25 MMSE-2:SV Blue Forms; 25 MMSE-2:SV Red Forms; 10 MMSE-2:BV Blue Forms; 10 MMSE-2:BV Red Forms; Pocket Norms Guide £131.00 (ex. VAT)

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Mini-Mental State Examination, Second Edition (MMSE-2) Screens for cognitive impairment MMSE-2 is one of the most commonly used instruments for screening cognitive function. It indicates the presence of cognitive impairment, such as in a person with suspected dementia or following a head injury, and is more sensitive in detecting cognitive impairment than the use of informal questioning or overall impression of a patient’s orientation. The MMSE-2 can be used with those with milder forms of cognitive impairment, including subcortical dementia and retains the clinical utility and efficiency of the original MMSE.

The assessment To better standardise administration, some of the original MMSE items were altered. Despite these changes the MMSE-2: Standard Version (MMSE-2) demonstrates high equivalency with the original MMSE. It is therefore possible to switch from the original MMSE to the MMSE-2 without compromising longitudinal data and without any change to the normal range of scores.

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Also available are the MMSE-2: Brief Version (MMSE2 BV), designed for rapid assessment in a variety of settings, and the MMSE-2: Expanded Version (MMSE-2: EV), a slightly longer version, which is more sensitive to subcortical dementia and to changes associated with ageing; it is sufficiently difficult that it does not have a ceiling effect. Equivalent, alternate forms (Blue and Red) of each MMSE‑2 version have been developed to decrease the possibility of practice effects that can occur over serial examinations. The Pocket Norms Guide has been updated to include norms for all three versions of the MMSE-2 by age and education level and includes reliable change scores to facilitate serial testing with any of the MMSE-2 versions.

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Age range

18 to 97 years

Administration time Complete battery can be administered in less than 4 hours and each module is timed differently Qualification Level 2 Author(s)

Robert A. Stern & Travis White

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Price

33 Tests; Administration, Scoring, Interpretation Manual; Psychometric and Technical Manual; Demographically Corrected Norms Manual; US Census-Matched Norms Manual; 50 Score Summary/ Profile Forms; 2 Sets of Manipulatives; Attaché Case; Software Portfolio with Installation Guide £1,838.00 (ex. VAT)

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Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB) Assesses a wide range of cognitive skills and functions NAB is a comprehensive, modular battery of 33 neuropsychological tests developed to assess a wide array of cognitive skills and functions in adults (ages 18 – 97 years) with known or suspected disorders of the central nervous system. The NAB was developed to provide a common set of core tests that serve as a comprehensive standard reference base suitable for most routine clinical applications that can be completed in less than four hours.

The assessment The NAB consists of six modules: a Screening Module and five domain specific modules: Attention, Language, Memory, Spatial and Executive Functions. Each of the six NAB modules is self-contained and may be administered independently of the other modules. The NAB may be purchased by individual module kits or packaged as a complete kit, thus allowing the clinician increased flexibility to focus on specific areas of concern.

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Additionally, each NAB module has two equivalent parallel forms (Form 1 and Form 2) that were created and normed simultaneously with identical task/content specifications and development methodology. Equivalent forms of the NAB were developed to facilitate re­ -evaluation while simultaneously avoiding practice effects that often limit interpretation of other test forms with no adequate equivalent forms. The two forms have excellent equivalent- form reliability, as well as good temporal stability for a six-month test-retest interval. NAB Screening Module: helps to generate initial hypotheses regarding differential diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Provides an estimate of the test taker’s functioning in a particular domain when more in-depth examination is either not warranted or not possible. NAB Attention Module: provides a marker of an individual’s attentional capacity, working memory, psychomotor speed, selective attention, divided attention and information processing speed.


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NAB Language Module: provides a marker of the severity of aphasia and related disorders of language production, comprehension and word finding. NAB Memory Module: provides a marker of an individual’s verbal explicit learning, visual explicit learning, verbal delayed free recall, visual delayed recognition memory and verbal explicit learning and recognition of information likely to be encountered in day-to-day living. NAB Spatial Module: provides a marker of the test taker’s visuo-perceptual skills, attention to visual detail, visuo-construction, right-left orientation, topographical orientation and visual scanning.

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NAB Executive Functions Module: provides a marker of planning, engaging with others effectively, problem solving, successfully interacting with the environment to get one’s needs met, judgment, conceptualisation, cognitive response set, mental flexibility, verbal fluency and generativity. NAB Software Portfolio (NAB®-SP): calculates normative scores and generates profiles quickly and easily. The program enables you to overlay profiles from prior administrations and allows reports to be exported to common word processing, spreadsheet and database programs for editing. NAB Training Program on DVD: facilitates correct administration and scoring procedures for the NAB.

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Age range

6 to 89 years

Administration time Qualification

Approximately 45 minutes (including a 30-minute delay interval) Level 2

Author(s)

John E. Meyers & Kelly R. Meyers

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Price

Professional Manual with Manual Supplement; 50 Test Booklets; Stimulus Card £268.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Rey Complex Figure Test and Recognition Trial (RCFT) Measures visuospatial ability and visuospatial memory RCFT differentiates mildly brain-injured patients from normal patients and brain-damaged patients who have documented memory impairment and are able to live independently, and those who are not. It is also able to distinguish deficient performance due to motor impairment from deficient performance due to memory impairment. It captures five domains of neuropsychological functioning: • visuospatial recall memory • visuospatial recognition memory • response bias • processing speed • visuospatial constructional ability

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The assessment The Recognition trial measures recognition memory for elements of the Rey complex figure and assesses the respondent’s ability to use cues to retrieve information. The 8.5” x 11” Stimulus Card contains a computerrendered replica of the original Rey complex figure. Prior to this publication, Rey’s original figure had not been available commercially. The RCFT includes a Copy trial, a three-minute Immediate Recall trial, a 30-minute Delayed Recall trial and the Recognition trial. Studies show that the Recognition trial provides incremental diagnostic power compared with using recall trials alone. This measure standardises the complex figure testing materials and procedures and evaluates the relative contributions of encoding, storage and retrieval processes to memory performance.


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Age range

8 years and older

Administration time

Less than 5 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Aaron Smith

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Manual and 25 SDMT AutoScore Test Forms £89.00 (ex. VAT)

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Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) Provides a quick screening for organic cerebral dysfunction The Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT) detects cognitive impairment in less than five minutes. This test is an ideal way for clinicians to screen for organic cerebral dysfunction in both children (8 years and older) and adults. The SDMT is brief, easy to administer, and has demonstrated significant sensitivity in detecting not only the presence of brain damage, but also changes in cognitive functioning over time and in response to treatment.

The assessment The SDMT involves a simple substitution task that healthy children and adults can easily perform. Using a reference key, the test taker has 90 seconds to pair specific numbers with given geometric figures. Responses can be written or given orally, meaning SDMT can be used with almost anyone, including those with motor disabilities or speech disorders. Individuals with cerebral dysfunction perform

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poorly on the SDMT in spite of normal or above average intelligence. Studies documented in the SDMT Manual have shown the test to be effective in a wide range of clinical applications, including: • differentiation of brain-damaged from psychotic patients; • differentiation of organics from depressives; • early detection of senile dementia and Huntington’s disease; • differential diagnosis of children with learning disorders; • early identification of children likely to have reading problems; • assessment of change in cognitive functioning over time and/or with therapy in individuals with traumatic, vascular, neoplastic and other brain insults; • assessment of recovery from closed-head injury. The SDMT is relatively culture-free as it only involves geometric figures and numbers and can therefore be administered to non-English speakers.

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Age range

15 to 90 years

Administration time

Varies

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Charles Golden

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Examiner’s Manual 2002 and Stroop Test Pages - 25 Sets of 3 Pages £99.00 (ex. VAT)

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Stroop Color and Word Test Differentiates between non-brain damaged psychiatric and brain damaged patients The Stroop Color and Word Test has long been a standard measure in neuropsychological assessment. It measures cognitive processing and provides valuable diagnostic information on brain dysfunction, cognition and psychopathology. The Examiner’s Manual provides updated scoring, norms and interpretations for ages 15— 90 years. The Stroop Color and Word Test is based on the observation that individuals can read words much faster than they can identify and name colours. The cognitive dimension tapped by the Stroop is associated with cognitive flexibility, resistance to interference from outside stimuli, creativity and psychopathology—all of which influence the individual’s ability to cope with cognitive stress and process complex input. Whether the test is used for screening or as part of a general battery, its quick and easy administration, validity and reliability make it a highly useful instrument.

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The assessment The Stroop Color and Word Test consists of a Word Page with colour words printed in black ink, a Color Page with ‘Xs’ printed in colour and a Color Word Page with words from the first page printed in colours from the second page (the colour and the word do not match). The test taker looks at each sheet and moves down the columns, reading words or naming the ink colours as quickly as possible within a time limit. The test yields three scores based on the number of items completed on each of the three stimulus sheets. In addition, an Interference score, which is useful in determining the individual’s cognitive flexibility, creativity and reaction to cognitive pressures can also be calculated. A stopwatch is required to administer each test.


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Age range

16 to 84 years

Administration time

15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Tom N. Tombaugh

Kit contents Price

User Manual; 1 set of Stimulus Booklets; 25 Record Forms ÂŁ252.00 (ex. VAT)

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Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM) Distinguishes between malingered and true memory impairments The TOMM is a visual recognition test that helps distinguish between malingered and true memory impairments. Research has found the TOMM to be sensitive to malingering while insensitive to a wide variety of neurological impairments, which makes it very reliable. To respondents, it is not transparent as a malingering test.

The assessment The TOMM consists of two learning trials and an optional retention trial. Results are based on two cut-off scores: below chance and criteria based on head injured

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and cognitively impaired clients. The TOMM can be administered by hand or via the computer. With the handscored format, results are recorded and scored on Record Forms. With the software format, TOMM Reports can be instantly generated. TOMM Reports present scores and summarise the results for each TOMM administration. TOMM Research Monograph: Summary Application in Clinical and Research Settings The TOMM Research Monograph includes recent research on the sensitivity of the TOMM, including research that addresses the use of the TOMM with specific populations, such as children and elderly adults, and those with psychotic disorders, psychiatric illnesses, affective disorders, temporal lobe dysfunction and chronic toxic encephalopathy.

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Age range

55 to 89 years

Administration time

15 to 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Steven Mattis; Professional Manual by Paul J. Jurica, Christopher L. Leitten & Steven Mattis

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual; 50 Scoring Booklets; 50 Profile Forms; 1 Set of Stimulus Cards £231.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5516501

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Dementia Rating Scale, Second Edition (DRS-2) Measures the mental status in adults with cognitive impairment The DRS-2 measures cognitive function at lower ability levels where some other evaluation instruments are limited by floor effects. The DRS-2 can also be used to track changes in cognitive status over time. By design, the DRS-2 measures deficits in a large range of higher cortical functions and differentiates deficits of varying severity levels.

The assessment The DRS-2 incorporates the original 36 DRS tasks and 32 stimuli, yielding five subscale scores and an assessment of the test taker’s overall level of cognitive

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functioning. The five DRS-2 subscales provide additional information on specific abilities including attention (8 items), initiation/perseveration (11 items), construction (6 items), conceptualisation (6 items) and memory (5 items). Stimulus items consist of material familiar to most individuals. The DRS-2 tasks are presented in a fixed order. Within each subscale, the most difficult tasks are presented first. Generally, if the first one or two tasks in a subscale are performed well, subsequent tasks in the subscale are credited with a correct performance and the examiner proceeds to the next subscale. This procedure significantly shortens the total testing time for individuals with relatively intact cognitive functioning.

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Age range

55 to 84 years

Administration time

30 to 45 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Anita M. Hubley & Tom N. Tombaugh

Kit contents

Price

Manual; MTOA:L and MTOA:S Geometric Cards; 25 MTOA:L Record Forms; 25 MTOA:S Record Forms ÂŁ211.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Memory Test for Older Adults (MTOA) Assesses the verbal and visuospatial learning and memory The MTOA assessment is specifically designed to assess verbal and visuospatial learning and memory in older adults aged 55 to 84 years. It can be used in mental health and primary care settings to assess the patient’s degree and type of memory impairment (e.g., genuine memory loss vs retrieval failure) for the purposes of diagnosis, placement, intervention planning and as an indicator of change during treatment.

The assessment The MTOA uses tasks that are well established in the assessment of verbal and visuospatial learning and memory. It uses word lists and geometric figures, and the learning and retention tasks are specifically designed to

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identify impaired performance without producing floor effects and without unnecessarily fatiguing the test taker. There are long (MTOA:L) and short (MTOA:S) versions of the assessment, and two levels of MTOA tasks are available. MTOA:L is intended to serve as a diagnostic tool, and it differentiates between cognitively intact and impaired individuals without creating a stressful situation for the test taker. The MTOA:S is to be used with those who have already been diagnosed as suffering from some type of memory impairment. It is easier than the MTOA:L, with a shorter word list and simpler geometric design. It is used to assess the degree of learning and/or memory impairment to determine a baseline of performance prior to a clinical trial or medical intervention, or to assist in planning interventions.

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Age range

7 to 89 years

Administration time

20 to 30 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Susan K. Kongs, Laetitia L. Thompson, Grant L. Iverson & Robert K. Heaton

Kit contents Price

Revised and Expanded Manual; 2 Decks of Cards; 50 Record Booklets ÂŁ273.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5516201

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Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) Assesses perseveration and abstract reasoning The WCST is used primarily to assess perseveration and abstract thinking, and has increased in popularity as a neuropsychological instrument. It has been considered as a measure of executive function because of its sensitivity to frontal lobe dysfunction. As such, the WCST allows the clinician to assess the following frontal lobe functions: strategic planning, organised searching, utilising environmental feedback to shift cognitive sets, directing behaviour toward achieving a goal and modulating impulsive responding.

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The assessment The WCST provides objective scores not only of overall success, but also for specific sources of difficulty on the task (e.g., inefficient initial conceptualisation, perseveration, failure to maintain a cognitive set, inefficient learning across stages of the test). Four Stimulus Cards incorporate three stimulus parameters (colour, form and number). Respondents are required to sort numbered Response Cards according to different principles and to alter their approach during test administration. These Response Cards are numbered from 1 to 64 on the lower left corner of the reverse side to ensure a standard order of presentation.


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Development, Learning and Behaviour In this section, you will find our range of tests that help to measure the key stages of child development and behaviour. Due Spring 2016, the Griffiths III is the much-anticipated restandardisation of the popular Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS). The Griffiths III will be a new and improved kit, carefully designed to reflect the latest knowledge and theories in child development.

Also in this section, the Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI) is an assessment of childhood temperament that can be applied as a screening tool for children as young as two years of age up to eight years. The Social-Emotional Developmental Age Level (SEDAL) is a behavioural assessment scale designed to establish social-emotional progress in children and adults with a developmental age ranging from 0 to 14 years.


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Age range

0 to 5 years and 11 months

Qualification

Level 3

Kit contents

Price

Manual (Part I: Theoretical and Technical; Part II: Administration, Scoring, Interpretation and Feedback; Part III: Normative Information); Record Book; Drawing Booklet; Scoring Protocol; Test Equipment; Carrying Case TBA

Product code

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Griffiths III Due Spring 2016 Measures the rate of development of young children The Association for Research in Infant and Child Development (ARICD) has completed a thorough restandardisation of the Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS). The Griffiths III is due to be published in Spring 2016. The Griffiths III is a substantially new and improved single kit for continuous use from birth to 5 years and 11 months. The differences between the previous edition and the new Griffiths III represent an evolution in developmental assessment based on the latest research and theory, and building on the best of the past. More than 80% of the Griffiths III has been redesigned, taking account of clinician feedback, to make a more streamlined, modern assessment. The administration sequence has been made straightforward and practical for users. The administration time is expected to be shorter than for the GMDS-ER kit. All equipment in the kit can be easily cleaned, is child-friendly and has been designed to keep small children engaged and at ease.

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The assessment The Griffiths III will provide an overall measure of a child’s development, as well as an individual profile of strengths and needs across the following five subscales: • Foundations of learning • Language and communication • Eye and hand coordination • Personal, social and emotional • Gross motor skills The measure was standardised on a 2015 representative sample from the UK and Ireland. Griffiths III combines norms for the 0 to 2 and 2+ year cohorts to allow for a more seamless assessment. The new norms also address the ‘Flynn effect’ and minimise cultural bias. The Griffiths III will also be available from a growing list of worldwide distributors: see our website for more details.

Griffiths III training There will be no ‘upgrade kit’ and trained users of the Griffiths will need to undergo a conversion course via an e-learning package included in the kit.


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For new users of the Griffiths, there will be an e-module to complete, plus a shorter in-person training course. Details of Griffiths III training will be announced on our website.

Note that components will continue to be available for the Griffiths Mental Development Scales (GMDS) Birth–2 and 2–8.

Ruth Florence Griffiths, O.B.E., M.A., Ph.D., Dip. Ed., F.B.Ps.S In 1957 Dr Ruth Griffiths co-founded the Association for Research in Infant and Child Development (ARICD) and the Association became a registered charity in 1967. In 1935 Dr Griffiths had published a book entitled Imagination in Early Childhood (Routledge, 1935). During the post-war years Dr Griffiths systematically examined hundreds of normal children and published her findings in two books: The Abilities of Babies, 0-2 years (University of London Press, 1954) and The Abilities of Young Children, 0-8 years (ARICD, 1970). Based on this work, Dr Griffiths also published the record forms and booklets for the Griffiths Mental Development Scales.

Ruth Griffiths

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In recognition of her outstanding contributions in the field of child development, she received an OBE. Dr Griffiths died on 8th December 1973, aged 78. The intellectual property rights on the Griffiths mental development scales were inherited by the Trustees of the ARICD, in trust for the Association.

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Age range

0 to 14 years (developmental age)

Administration time

30 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Joop Hoekman, Aly Miedema, Bernard Otten & Jan Gielen

Kit contents Price

Manual; 1 Pack Scoring Booklet; 1 Scoring Program £257.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5594061

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Social-Emotional Developmental Age Level (SEDAL) Charts social-emotional progress to support positive growth and development The SEDAL is a behavioural assessment scale designed to establish social-emotional progress in children and adults with a developmental age ranging from 0–14 years. Its broad application is useful for children with intellectual disabilities, behavioural problems, sensory or motor disabilities and normal developing children. It is also appropriate for use with adults with intellectual disabilities or delayed development. Test results deliver crucial information, key in supporting the individual’s ongoing positive growth and development. The SEDAL’s 152 items establish social-emotional progress in two interrelated domains – social and emotional.

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The social development domain focuses on topics that include: • initiating contact • social independence • moral development • impulse control • self-awareness • social assessment skills The emotional development section measures closely connected dimensions, such as: • self-image • emotional independence • sense of reality • moral development • regulation of emotions • fears


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The assessment Simple and straightforward in practice, the scoring system is based on responses to behaviours deemed either ‘characteristic’ or ‘non-characteristic’. Responses are applied to the scoring programme or assessed manually, depending on the test user’s preference.

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By measuring the domains separately, the SEDAL is able to calculate a developmental age level for each area individually, as well as a global score combining the two domains — emphasising the important connection between social and emotional development. By focusing on just the preceding three months, administrators also have the ability to observe and chart an individual’s developmental growth over time.

For details of our SEDAL training course, see page 102.

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Age range

0 to 89 years

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Patti L. Harrison & Thomas Oakland

Kit contents

Various components; see website for details

Price

Adult: £279.00 (ex. VAT) School: £338.00 (ex. VAT) Infant and Preschool: £338.00 (ex. VAT) Adult: 5561711 School: 5561721 Infant and Preschool: 5561731

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Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition (ABAS-3) New! Assesses adaptive skills across the lifespan The ABAS-3 combines all-new norms, DSM-5 compatibility and updated item content to create a leading adaptive skills assessment. Retaining all the features that made the second edition a preferred instrument for evaluating adaptive behaviour, the ABAS-3 is even easier to administer and score. Comprehensive, convenient, and cost-effective, this behaviour rating scale measures daily living skills – what people actually do, or can do, without assistance from others. It is particularly useful for evaluating those with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, neuropsychological disorders and sensory or physical impairments. The ABAS-3 includes five rating forms, each for a specific age range and rater: • Parent/Primary Caregiver Form (0 to 5 years) • Teacher/Daycare Provider Form (2 to 5 years)

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Parent Form (5 to 21 years) Teacher Form (5 to 21 years) Adult Form (16 to 89 years)

Parents, family members, teachers, daycare staff, supervisors, counsellors, or others who are familiar with the daily activities of the individual being evaluated can complete these forms. In addition, the Adult Form can be administered as a self-report. The items may be read aloud to raters who have poor sight or reading skills. Although it is possible to evaluate adaptive skills using only a single rater, gathering ratings from several people will provide a more complete assessment. Multiple ratings show how the individual performs in various settings. When different forms are used by different raters to evaluate an individual’s adaptive skills, a comparative report can be generated to show areas that warrant further attention.


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The assessment Within three major adaptive domains (Conceptual, Social and Practical), the ABAS-3 assesses 11 skill areas (each form assesses 9 or 10 skill areas based on age range): • Communication • Community use • Functional academics • Health and safety • Home or school living • Leisure • Motor • Self-care • Self-direction • Social • Work

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Items focus on practical, everyday activities required to function, meet environmental demands, care for oneself, and interact with others effectively and independently. Using a 4-point response scale, raters indicate whether, and how frequently, the individual performs each activity.

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Age range

2 to 8 years

Administration time Qualification

Administration: 5 minutes; Scoring: 10 minutes Level 2

Author(s)

Marcel Zentner & Feng Wang

Kit contents Price

Manual; 20 Response Booklets; Storage Folder £130.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5535801

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Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI) Assesses key aspects of a child’s temperament The Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI) is an assessment of childhood temperament. One of the key advantages of the ICTI is that it can be applied as a screening tool for children as young as two years of age. Identifying at-risk behavioural patterns earlier than before has the potential to make prevention more effective. The ICTI brings together the strongest points in theoretical child temperament research to date, supported by agespecific norm data, and is the first standardised and extensively-normed assessment of its kind in the UK. Most scholars agree that in approaches to prevention and intervention, early-onset intervention is essential to the prevention of behaviour disorders, in particular externalising behaviours – but most current intervention programmes only target school-age children. When a child is being tested in the context of an individual clinical assessment, a temperament profile cannot be considered in isolation and must to be interpreted against the context in which the child is raised, as well as current

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and previous diagnostic status. The ICTI is intended to be completed by the child’s parents, teachers or carers and can in principle be conducted without the presence of a test administrator.

The assessment The ICTI response booklet consists of 30 simply formulated sentences concerning a child’s behaviour. The behaviours are specified in the item, and the person rating the test is then asked to make a global judgement of perceived frequency of the behaviour. The assessment raw scores are converted to norm scores, revealing where the child stands in relation to the sample, taking age and gender into account. Interpretation is based on percentile rank scores. The ICTI manual provides thorough guidance on the clinical significance of the individual temperament scales, as well as the clinical significance of a particular combination of scales and possibilities for interventions that can be put in place in the presence of ‘at-risk’ temperament traits.


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Age range

5 to 18 years and 11 months

Administration time

10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Michael H. Epstein

Kit contents

Price

Examiner’s Manual; 25 Teacher Rating Scales; 25 Parent Rating Scales; 25 Youth Rating Scales; 50 Summary Forms £179.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5562801

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Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale, Second Edition (BERS-2) Measures child strengths and competencies The BERS-2 is a measure of personal strengths and competencies of children ages 5 to 18.11 years. It can be used to identify children with limited behavioural and emotional strengths, identify a child’s strengths and weaknesses for intervention, target goals for IEPs and/ or treatment plans, document progress and help collect data for research purposes. Designed to be used in school settings, mental health clinics, juvenile justice settings and child welfare agencies, the BERS-2 has been widely adopted in the US for the evaluation of services outcomes. The BERS-2 examines several aspects of a child’s strengths, such as interpersonal strengths, functioning in and at school, affective strength, intrapersonal strength, family involvement and career strength.

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The assessment Three perspectives can be measured: the child’s selfreport (Youth Rating Scale), a parent’s observational report (the Parent Rating Scale) and the observations of third party observers, such as a teacher or other professional (Teacher Rating Scale). All of the BERS-2 scales were normed on representative samples of children without disabilities, and the BERS‑2 Teacher Rating Scale was normed on children with emotional and behavioural disorders. Demographics of the standardisation samples are reported in the manual by age, gender, geographic location, race, ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Separate norms are available on the teacher rating scale for children diagnosed with emotional and behavioural disorders.

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Age range

0 to 6 years

Administration time

20 to 60 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

William K. Frankenburg et al.

Kit contents

Price

Materials required for screening and surveillance in a handy zippered bag. Test forms and training manual are not included. £80.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5513405

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Denver II Developmental Screening Test Helps healthcare providers assess development in children The Denver II Developmental Screening Test (Denver II) aims to support healthcare providers assess development in children 0–6 years.

The Denver II materials include a test kit containing items packed into a convenient small carrying bag. The record form is laid out in such a way that the user can compare an individual child’s performance with the standardised group.

The assessment The Denver Developmental Screening Test (DDST) was revised and re-standardised, giving rise to the Denver II, which provides a more relevant, thorough test to screen for developmental delays. The Denver II consists of 125 items (the DDST had 105) divided into four general areas of development. The number of language items has increased (from 21 to 39 on the Denver II) - this was an important objective in revising the test. The new test also includes a scale for rating the child’s behavioural characteristics during the test.

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Over 1,000 cases were tested in the restandardisation and the percentage of children in each age group who passed each item was calculated. The test-retest reliability over a one-week period was .95 and the reliability amongst examiners averaged .90.

Now available: Denver II Training DVD and Denver II Administration DVD


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Age range

2 to 16 years

Administration time

5 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Sheila Eyberg

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual; 50 ECBI Test Sheets; 50 SESBI-R Test Sheets £173.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5510601

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Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory and Sutter-Eyberg Student Behavior Inventory-Revised (ECBI & SESBI-R) Assesses the frequency and severity of disruptive behaviours in the home and school environments The ECBI and the SESBI-R are comprehensive, behaviourally specific rating scales that assess the current frequency and severity of disruptive behaviours in the home and school settings, as well as the extent to which parents and/or teachers find the behaviour troublesome. Used together, the ECBI and SESBI-R provide useful information for identifying and treating disruptive behaviour in children and adolescents, ages 2–16 years. Both instruments consist of items that represent common behaviours in all children. The variety and frequency of these behaviours distinguishes normal behaviour problems from conduct disordered behaviour in children and adolescents. The non-age-specific nature of the items also makes them widely useable. On both the 36-

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item ECBI and the 38-item SESBI-R, the parent or teacher indicates how often each behaviour currently occurs (7-point Intensity scale) and whether or not the behaviour is a problem (Yes/No Problem scale). As they measure the frequency of each problem behaviour and the parent’s (or teacher’s) reaction to this, they may provide additional insights into areas of the adult-child interaction that should be addressed.

The assessment ECBI and SESBI-R scores can be computed quickly and easily by hand in about five minutes each. Each instrument provides a single set of non-age-specific items, with a constant cut-off score across the ages from 2–16 years that facilitates longitudinal measurement of treatment progress and evaluation of the long-term effects of treatment.

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Age range

5 to 12 years

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Home Form by L. Diane Parham & Cheryl Ecker. Main Classroom and School Environments Forms by Heather Miller Kuhaneck, Diana A. Henry & Tara J. Glennon

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 25 Home AutoScore Forms; 25 Main Classroom AutoScore Forms; School Environments Form CD £182.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5515601

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Sensory Processing Measure (SPM) Assesses the sensory functioning of children in home, school and community settings The Sensory Processing Measure (SPM) allows the test user to gain a complete picture of childrens’ sensory functioning at home, at school and in the community. Recognising that sensory processing problems often manifest differently in different environments, this set of three integrated rating scales assesses sensory processing, praxis and social participation. Firmly grounded in sensory integration theory, the SPM provides norm-referenced standard scores for two higher level integrative functions (praxis and social participation) and five sensory systems: visual, auditory, tactile, proprioceptive and vestibular functioning. Within each system the SPM offers descriptive clinical information on processing vulnerabilities, including under- and over-responsiveness, sensory-seeking behaviour and perceptual problems.

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out by the child’s primary classroom teacher. The School Environments Form (10 to 15 items per environment) is completed by other school personnel who work with and observe the child. Home and Main Classroom Forms: yields eight parallel standard scores: Social Participation, Vision, Hearing, Touch, Body Awareness (proprioception), Balance and Motion (vestibular function), Planning and Ideas (praxis) and Total Sensory Systems. School Environments Form: provided on an unlimited-use CD, this form lets the user look at the child’s functioning in six school environments outside of the main classroom: Art Class; Music Class; Physical Education Class; Playground; Cafeteria and School Bus. Whether one or all six Rating Sheets are used, the School Environments Form must always be administered in conjunction with the Main Classroom Form; it cannot be used alone. As it solicits input from school staff members who are not normally involved in assessment (e.g. the art teacher and school bus driver), the School Environments Form serves a team building function. It educates school personnel about sensory processing disorders and uses their observations to obtain a more comprehensive picture of the child.


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Age range

6 to 40 years

Administration time

55 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

P. J. Tellegren, M. Winkel & J. A. Laros

Kit contents

Price

Carry Case; All Testing Components; Set of Manuals; 50 Record Sheets, 50 Patterns Booklets; Software Scoring Program £1,024.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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SON-R 6-40 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test (Revised) Assesses a broad spectrum of cognitive abilities without involving the use of language The SON-R 6-40 uses a range of abstract and deductive reasoning tasks to determine general intelligence levels – without the need for verbal or written instructions. This makes it suitable for those with a hearing impairment, learning difficulties or language and verbal communication barriers, and normative data is available for up to 40 years of age. As an adaptive test, the SON-R 6-40 assessment can be carried out rapidly without compromising reliability. Written and spoken language is not required, and adaptive test procedures help to assess and motivate throughout. Test takers get feedback throughout, allowing them to alter their strategies as they go – and allowing test administrators to easily omit tasks deemed too easy or too difficult.

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There are 124 items, arranged into four subtests: 1. Analogies: Using abstract and deductive reasoning, test takers must determine the principle of change in comparable figures. 2. Mosaics: Test takers are tested on performance when recreating mosaic patterns in a frame using red and white squares. 3. Categories: From a series of five separate pictures, test takers must use abstract reasoning to choose two that share a theme. 4. Patterns: Test takers must use spatial reasoning and visuo-motor skills to fill in the missing piece of a pattern.

The assessment The SON-R 6-40 is scored conveniently using the software scoring package program. SON-R 6-40 awards merit points from 1 to 19 for each of the four subtests. A standardised total sample with an average mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15 is then calculated (total IQ).

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The measure correlates extremely well with other intelligence tests, including the WISC® III and IV, the WAIS and the WNV. Additional tests with different clinical groups, such as children with learning and hearing disorders, have been carried out. Comparisons showed that children with different cultural and linguistic backgrounds are less disadvantaged using the SON-R 6-40 compared to other intelligence tests.

The SON-R 6-40 was normed in Germany and the Netherlands using a total sample of 1,933 people (17 age groups, from 6 to 40 years).

Also available: SON-R 2.5-7 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test - for measuring general intelligence in children aged 21/2 to 7 years. For details of our SON-R 6-40 training course, see page 103.

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Mental Health and ADHD The majority of assessments in this section are used to evaluate the mental health of young people, with a particular focus on ADHD. Other areas covered include aggression, anxiety, depression and eating disorders.

You can also find details of the recently published MiniICF-APP – used to rate social and occupational functioning in adults with mental health disorders of all types, and of varying degrees of disability.


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Age range

Adult

Administration time

10 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Michael Linden, Stefanie Baron & Beate Muschalla. UK Adapter: Andrew Molodynski

Kit contents

Manual; Short Manual; 50 Forms

Price

£95.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5513691

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Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale Rates social and occupational functioning in line with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (World Health Organization) The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale rates social and occupational functioning in line with the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (World Health Organization). Newly validated in the UK under the direction of Oxford-based consultant psychiatrist Andrew Molodynski, the Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale is designed for adults with mental health disorders of all types, and of varying degrees of disability. The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale supports the test administrator in the measurement and recording of impairments of capacity when the individual is finding it difficult to find, secure or maintain employment. The WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) was developed to provide a standardised

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classification of functioning and disability, but the framework provided by the ICF is complex and can be difficult to use in day-to-day clinical practice. The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale contains 13 domains of capacity: • Adherence to regulations • Planning and structuring of tasks • Flexibility • Competency • Judgement • Endurance • Assertiveness • Contact with others • Group integration • Intimate relationships • Spontaneous activities • Self-care • Mobility


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The assessment The easy to use, rapid and reliable instrument rates patients on each of 13 domains using a 5-point Likert scale (from no impairment to total disability). The assessment takes 10 minutes to complete and is supported by an online video-based training programme. The rating is based partly upon on the patient’s own report of activities and issues in everyday life – such as daily activities, relationships, hobbies and work – typically over the preceding two weeks, to allow for a precise measure of a patient’s current capabilities.

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The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale is suitable for assessing the current ability of patients, and for measuring changes over time – for instance, in the form of pre- and post-measurement as part of the individualised recovery process.

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Age range

6 to 18 years

Administration time

Varies

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

C. Keith Conners

Kit contents

Price

Manual and 25 QuikScore™ Forms for each of Conners 3-P, Conners 3-T, Conners 3-SR, Conners 3-P(S), Conners 3-T(S) and Conners 3-SR(S) £503.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Conners Third Edition (Conners 3) Now with DSM-5 Scoring Update Assesses ADHD and comorbid disorders Based on the solid findings and key elements of its predecessor, the Conners’ Rating Scales – Revised (CRS‑R), the Conners 3 offers a thorough assessment of ADHD. The Conners 3 now addresses comorbid disorders such as oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder. Each parent, teacher and self-report form is available in full-length and short versions. The Conners 3 provides a refined focus on ADHD in schoolage children with a new age range (i.e., 6 to 18 years for Parent and Teacher Forms; 8 to 18 years for the Self-Report Form). It has clear applications in educational settings that help identify children with clinical symptoms, and the manual provides step-by-step guidance on how to use the tool in intervention planning and monitoring. It also has strengthened connections with DSM-5, along with a large representative US norm sample.

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The assessment The Conners 3 forms include multiple components that are available in paper-and-pencil format. The rating scales are available for parents (Conners 3-P), teachers (Conners 3-T) and self-report (Conners 3-SR), along with short versions of each scale. Scales and Forms: • General Psychopathology • Hyperactivity/Impulsivity • Executive Functioning • Learning Problems • Aggression • Peer Relations • Family Relations • ADHD Hyperactive/Impulsive • ADHD Inattentive • ADHD Combined • Oppositional Defiant Disorder • Conduct Disorder


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In addition, the Conners 3 also includes two auxiliary scales. The Conners 3 ADHD Index (Conners 3AI) items were taken from the Conners 3 Long Form. This 10-item index is ideal for users who need to screen quickly for ADHD. It is the perfect tool for screening large groups to see if further assessment of ADHD is warranted. This form is available in parent, teacher, and self-report versions. The Conners 3AI is included in the full-length Conners 3. The Conners 3 Global Index (Conners 3GI) is a fast and effective measure of general psychopathology. It includes the 10 best predictive items from the Conners’ Rating Scales – Revised (CRS-R) parent and teacher rating scales. The Conners 3GI is included in the full-length Conners 3 (for parent and teacher forms) or can be purchased separately.

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DSM-5 Updates Following the release of the DSM-5, revisions have been made to the symptom criteria for ADHD, conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder. In line with the DSM‑5, updates have been made to the Conners 3 manual (see the Conners 3 DSM-5 Supplement for details), full-length hand-scored forms and scoring software.

Updated DSM-5 Hand-scored Forms Updated DSM-5 hand-scored forms for the Conners 3 full-length Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report QuikScore™ Forms are now available for purchase. Note that the Short QuikScore™ Forms are not affected.

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Age range

18 to 80 years

Administration time

Long versions: 30 minutes Short versions: 10 minutes Level 2

Qualification Author(s)

C. Keith Conners, Drew Erhardt & Elizabeth Sparrow

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Price

Technical Manual and 25 QuikScore™ Forms for each of CAARS-S:L, CAARS-S:S, CAARS-S:SV, CAARS-O:L, CAARS-O:S and CAARS-O:SV £423.00 (ex. VAT)

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Conners’ Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS) Measures the presence, severity and impact of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms When attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) stays with a person into adulthood, it often contributes to larger personal and professional difficulties. The Conners’ Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS) measure the presence and severity of ADHD symptoms, allowing test users to determine whether or not ADHD is a contributing factor to a client’s difficulties. Suitable for clinical, research, rehabilitation and correctional settings, the CAARS quantitatively measures ADHD symptoms across clinically significant domains, while examining the manifestations of those symptoms.

The assessment The CAARS:SV includes the same 12-item ADHD Index of the long and short CAARS forms and contain the DSM-IV ADHD Symptom Subscales (18 items that relate to DSM-IV

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criteria for ADHD). The Screening Versions are ideal when there is insufficient time to complete the lengthier forms. The CAARS provides a multiple-informant assessment with self-report (CAARS–S) and observer ratings (CAARS–O). Both address the same behaviours and contain identical scales, subscales and indices. Long, short and screening versions are available for each. With the hand-scored format, raw scores and T-scores are produced for each scale, subscale and index, and are then plotted on Profile Forms. With software and online formats, Profile Reports and Interpretive Reports can be instantly generated.


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Age range

5 to 18 years

Administration time

10 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Jeffrey M. Halperin & Kathleen E. McKay

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Professional Manual; 25 Parent Rating Forms; 25 Teacher Score Rating Forms; 25 Parent Score Summary Forms/Profiles; 25 Teacher Score Summary Forms/Profiles £197.00 (ex. VAT)

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Children’s Aggression Scale (CAS) Helps to evaluate the frequency and severity of child and adolescent aggression

about a child or adolescent’s aggressive acts, as well as information regarding the frequency and severity of those aggressive acts.

The assessment The CAS is an informant rating scale designed to evaluate setting-specific frequency and severity of aggressive acts of children and adolescents ages 5–18 years. It can be used in clinical, educational and forensic/criminal justice settings. The CAS also can be used in research settings for screening participants (i.e. inclusion/exclusion criteria) as the dependent measure, or as an independent or predictor variable. Distinct from other more common measures that address oppositional defiant and antisocial behaviours, the CAS examines the aggressive acts of individuals in this age group. Items describe actual acts of aggression versus a wide variety of behaviours that are associated with disruptive behaviours, which in turn helps in treatment planning and treatment monitoring. With its multiple informant approach to gathering information from parents and teachers, the CAS enables the test user to gather setting-specific information

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Both the Parent Rating Form and the Teacher Rating Form include the following scales: • Verbal Aggression • Aggression Against Objects and Animals • Physical Aggression • Use of Weapons Clusters for both forms include: • Provoked Physical Aggression • Initiated Physical Aggression • Aggression Toward Peers • Aggression Toward Adults The Parent Rating Form has two additional clusters: • Aggression Against Family Members • Aggression Against Non-Family Members Both forms also include the total score - the Total Aggression Index.

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Age range

2 to 12 years

Administration time

10 to 13 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

William N. Friedrich

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual and 50 Test Booklets £158.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5583101

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Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI) Helps to evaluate children who have been or may have been sexually abused The CSBI is a parent report measure of sexual behaviour in children ages 2–12 years. It is intended for use with children who have been or who may have been sexually abused. The test was developed in response to evidence that sexual abuse is related to the presence of precocious sexual behaviour in children. To understand each child fully and ensure his or her safety, it is essential that the CSBI be used in combination with other clinical measures and procedures. The CSBI test booklet contains 38 items assessing a wide range of sexual behaviours that cover nine major content domains: 1. Boundary Issues 2. Sexual Interest

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Exhibitionism Sexual Intrusiveness Gender Role Behaviour Sexual Knowledge Self-Stimulation Voyeuristic Behaviour Sexual Anxiety

The assessment The three CSBI clinical scales facilitate interpretation of test results: • The CSBI Total scale indicates the overall level of sexual behaviour the child exhibits. • The Developmentally Related Sexual Behavior (DRSB) scale indicates sexual behaviours that can be considered normative for the child’s age and gender. • The Sexual Abuse Specific Items (SASI) scale indicates sexual behaviours that can be viewed as relatively atypical for the child’s age and gender; such behaviours raise the suspicion of possible sexual abuse.


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8 to 19 years

Administration time

15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

John S. March

Kit contents Price

Manual; 25 Self-Report QuikScore™ Forms; 25 Parent QuikScore™ Forms £180.00 (ex. VAT)

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Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children, Second Edition (MASC 2) Helps to identify, diagnose, treat, plan and monitor anxiety-prone youth The MASC 2 assesses the presence of symptoms related to anxiety disorders in youths aged 8–19 years. It distinguishes between important anxiety symptoms and dimensions that broadband measures do not capture and helps in the early identification, diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring of anxiety-prone youth. The MASC 2 is useful in both educational and clinical contexts to evaluate the presence and severity of anxiety symptoms, monitor progress of intervention and screen large groups to identify individuals that may require further evaluation. The MASC 2 quantifies anxiety symptoms based on reports from youth and parents (or alternative caregivers). The self (MASC 2-SR) and parent (MASC 2-P) forms each contain 50 items and the key areas measured include: Separation/Fears, Social Anxiety, Physical Symptoms, Generalized Anxiety (GAD) Index, Obsessions & Compulsions and Harm Avoidance. The GAD Index and the Obsessions & Compulsions scale are new to this

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revision. This expanded symptom coverage ensures that all important anxiety dimensions are captured. Also new is the MASC 2 Anxiety Probability Score, which estimates the probability that a given youth is suffering from one or more anxiety disorders.

The assessment MASC 2 forms can be administered and scored using paper and pencil format with QuikScore™ forms, or online. The MASC 2 can also be scored using scoring software. The MASC 2 can be administered multiple times throughout an intervention period to evaluate progress and treatment effectiveness. The Assessment Reports provide information about a single MASC 2 administration. Progress Reports offer an overview of change over time by comparing results of up to four administrations and Comparative Reports compare the responses provided by the child with those provided by the child’s parent(s).

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Age range

Birth to 12 years

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Richard R. Abidin

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 10 Item Booklets; 25 Answer Sheets; 25 Profile Forms £196.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5522001

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Parenting Stress Index, Fourth Edition (PSI-4) Identifies parent-child problem areas The PSI-4 is commonly used as a screening and triage measure for evaluating a parenting system and identifying issues that may lead to problems in a child’s or parent’s behaviour. This information may be used for designing a treatment plan, setting priorities for intervention, and/or for follow-up evaluation. Designed to evaluate the magnitude of stress in the parent-child system, the fourth edition of the popular PSI is a 120 item inventory that focuses on three major domains of stressor source: child characteristics, parent characteristics and situational/demographic life stress. The original structure has been retained but the psychometric limitation of individual items has been improved and item wording updated to tap more clearly into the target construct or behavioural pattern.

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Details of validation studies conducted within a variety of populations, including Chinese, Portuguese, French Canadian, Finnish and Dutch, are included and suggest that the PSI is a robust measure that maintains its validity with diverse non-English speaking cultures. The Defensive Responding scale is now included, and indicates whether the parent is responding in a defensive manner.

The assessment Two domains, the Child Domain and the Parent Domain, combine to form the Total Stress scale. The Life Stress scale provides information about the amount of parent stress caused by factors outside the parent-child relationship. Expanded norms are organised by each year of child age. Percentiles – the primary interpretive framework for the PSI-4 - and T-scores are provided.


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Age range

11 to 20 years

Administration time

5 to 10 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

William M. Reynolds

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 25 Hand Scorable Test Booklets; 25 Summary/ Profile Forms £137.00 (ex. VAT)

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Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale, Second Edition (RADS-2) Screens for depressive symptoms The RADS-2 is a brief, 30 item self-report measure that includes subscales to evaluate the current level of an adolescent’s depressive symptomatology along four basic dimensions of depression. The RADS-2 Professional Manual provides information regarding the development of the original RADS and the extensive research that led to the development of the RADS-2. Four subscales are included (Dysphoric Mood, Anhedonia/Negative Affect, Negative Self-Evaluation, Somatic Complaints) and the interpretation of these subscales is based on both the nature of the depression domain and the item content of the subscale.

The assessment The Depression Total Score represents the overall severity of depressive symptomatology. An empirically derived clinical cut-off score helps to identify adolescents who may be at risk for a depressive disorder or a related disorder. Data demonstrates the ability of this cut-off score to discriminate between adolescents with Major Depressive Disorder and an age and gender matched control group. The RADS-2 standard T-scores and associated clinical cut-off scores provide the clinician or researcher with an indication of the clinical severity of the individual’s depressive symptoms (normal, mild, moderate or severe).

There are six critical items which alert clinicians to the possibility that an adolescent may be experiencing problematic symptoms requiring immediate clinical attention.

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Age range

7 to 13 years

Administration time Qualification

RCDS-2: 10 to 15 minutes; RCDS-2:SF: 2 to 3 minutes Level 2

Author(s)

William M. Reynolds

Kit contents Price

Professional Manual; 25 RCDS-2 Test Booklets; 25 RCDS-2:SF Test Forms £151.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5512711

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Reynolds Child Depression Scale, Second Edition (RCDS-2) Measures depressive symptoms Designed to screen for depression in children, the RCDS‑2 maps on to the symptoms of depressive disorders outlined in the DSM-IV. It retains the 30 items used in the original measure, but presents updated normative data. Children are asked to answer questions about how they have been feeling during the past two weeks and the items are presented in a 4- or 5-point rating scale format, making them easy for children to answer. All items are worded in the present tense to elicit current status of symptoms. A new short form is available, which is ideal when time is limited or for group screening. It can be administered in just two to three minutes and can help test users determine whether the child should be administered the full RCDS-2.

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The assessment No scoring key is needed, as the RCDS-2 form is presented in a convenient carbonless form. All scoring and administration information is presented in the brightlycoloured Test Booklet. Critical items are clearly marked on the scoring sheet, alerting test administrators that their client may need immediate attention. A clinical cut-off score helps determine whether a child should be referred for further assistance. The new short form (RCDS-2: SF) includes 11 of the 30 RCDS-2 items and features many of the critical items from the full version.


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Females, 13 to 53 years

Administration time

20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

David M. Garner

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; EDI-3 Referral Form Manual; 25 Item Booklets; 25 Answer Sheets; 25 Percentile/T-Score Profile Forms; 25 Symptom Checklist ;25 Referral Forms £252.00 (ex. VAT)

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Eating Disorder Inventory, Third Edition (EDI-3) Provides a clinical evaluation of symptomatology associated with eating disorders The EDI-3 provides a clinical assessment of the symptoms associated with eating disorders in females. It is one of the most widely used self-report measures of psychological traits or constructs shown to be clinically relevant in those with eating disorders – taking into account more contemporary theories of eating disorders and the associated psychological domains. The item set from the original EDI, as well as items from the 1991 revision (EDI-2), have been preserved to enable clinicians and researchers to continue to compare data collected previously with data from the revised EDI-3.

The assessment The EDI-3 consists of 91 items organised onto 12 primary scales, consisting of three eating disorder-specific scales and nine general psychological scales that are highly relevant, but not specific, to eating disorders.

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It yields six composites: one that is eating disorderspecific (i.e. Eating Disorder Risk) and five that are general integrative psychological constructs (i.e. Ineffectiveness, Interpersonal Problems, Affective Problems, Overcontrol and General Psychological Maladjustment). In addition to the EDI-3, the EDI-3 Symptom Checklist (EDI-3 SC) is an independent and structured self-report form. Easy to complete, it provides data regarding frequency of symptoms (i.e. binge eating, self-induced vomiting, exercise patterns, use of laxatives, diet pills and diuretics) which is necessary for determining whether patients meet the formal diagnostic criteria for an eating disorder. An abbreviated form of the EDI-3, the EDI-3 Referral Form (EDI-3 RF) includes the three scales that compose the Eating Disorder Risk Composite (i.e. Drive for Thinness, Bulimia, Body Dissatisfaction). In addition, it includes behavioural symptom questions to identify those with potential eating disorders.

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Age range

9 years and older

Administration time

10 to 15 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

Laurie Anne Pearlman

Kit contents

Price

Manual; 25 Adult Autoscore Test/ Profile Forms; 25 Youth Autoscore Test/Profile Forms £124.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5585401

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Trauma & Attachment Belief Scale (TABS) Assesses long-term impact of trauma, helping clinicians design effective individualised treatment plans The TABS gives clinicians a valuable tool in assessing trauma survivors, clients with PTSD, individuals with vicarious traumatisation and those with other psychological problems. With the effects of trauma so pervasive – often involving defences, coping styles, view of self and others, ego resources, psychological needs, world view and identity – the TABS has a wide range of clinical applications. It is brief, easy to read, non-threatening, and highly sensitive to the specific effects of traumatic experience. Items do not focus on trauma-related symptoms per se, but rather on an individual’s relationship history. The items do not stigmatise or pathologise, making the TABS helpful

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in any therapeutic endeavour focused on relationship disruptions. The TABS helps clinicians design the most effective therapeutic approach for individual trauma survivors, as well as important themes that characterise the client’s relationships (often including the therapeutic relationship). The TABS can be used even when a client does not meet the diagnostic criteria for PTSD since it addresses issues that frequently come up in therapy for other problems.

The assessment The TABS is a 48 item self-report paper and pencil test. It assesses beliefs (about self and others) that are related to five needs commonly affected by traumatic experience: Safety, Trust, Intimacy, Control and Esteem. For each of these dimensions, the TABS produces 10 scale scores reflecting ‘beliefs about self’ and ‘beliefs about others’. A Total Score is also provided.


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Age range

8 to 16 years

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

John Briere

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 25 Test Booklets; 25 Male Profile Forms; 25 Female Profile Forms £158.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

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Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) Evaluates acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology The Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) is a self-report measure of post-traumatic distress and related psychological symptomatology in children aged 8–16 years. It is useful in the evaluation of children who have experienced traumatic events, including physical and sexual assault, victimisation by peers, major losses, the witnessing of violence done to others and natural disasters. The instrument is suitable for individual or group administration.

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The assessment The TSCC contains two Validity scales (Under-response and Hyper-response), six Clinical scales (Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Post-traumatic Stress Dissociation, Sexual Concerns) and eight Critical items (Potential Self Injury, Suicidal Tendency, Desire to Harm Others, Expectations of Sexual Maltreatment, Involvement in Fights, Fears of Men, Fears of Women, Fears of Being Killed). The TSCC is available in two versions: the full 54 item test that includes 10 items tapping sexual symptoms and preoccupation, and a 44 item alternate version (TSCC-A) that makes no reference to sexual issues. In the interest of more complete evaluation, the full TSCC is recommended over the TSCC-A unless there are factors that preclude its use.

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Age range

3 to 12 years

Administration time

15 to 20 minutes

Qualification

Level 2

Author(s)

John Briere

Kit contents

Price

Professional Manual; 25 Item Booklets; 25 Handscorable Answer Sheets; 25 Profile Forms, Male & Female, 3 to 4 Years; 25 Profile Forms, Male & Female, 5 to 9 Years; 25 Profile Forms, Male & Female, 10 to 12 Years £187.00 (ex. VAT)

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Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC) Evaluates acute and chronic post-traumatic symptomatology Following the success of the Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC) in evaluating older children (ages 8–16 years), the new Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC) is the first fully standardised and normed broadband trauma measure for children as young as 3 years of age. Because exposure to traumatic events (e.g. child abuse, peer assaults, community violence) is an unfortunate part of many children’s lives, psychological tests for trauma effects have become an important part of the childfocused assessment battery. Unlike most other caregiver report measures, the TSCYC contains specific scales to ascertain the validity of caretaker reports (Response Level and Atypical Response), as well as providing norm-referenced data (US) on the number of waking hours the caretaker spends with the child in the average week (0-1 hours to over 60 hours).

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The assessment The TSCYC is a 90-item caretaker-report instrument, with separate norms for males and females and for three age groups: 3–4 years, 5–9 years, and 10–12 years. Caregivers rate each symptom on a 4-point scale according to how often the symptom has occurred in the previous month. Eight clinical scales are included (Anxiety, Depression, Anger/Aggression, Post-traumatic Stress-Intrusion, Posttraumatic Stress- Avoidance, Post-traumatic StressArousal, Dissociation, Sexual Concerns) as well as a Summary Post-traumatic Stress Score (Post-traumatic Stress-Total). The scales provide a detailed evaluation of post-traumatic stress, as well as information on other symptoms found in many traumatised children.


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Personality Personality assessments can be useful in a number of different clinical areas, with applicability anywhere from mental health to forensic pathology to executive functioning – not to mention within the recruitment process for hospital and clinic staffing.

Hogrefe publishes a variety of personality tests, but its two most widely used in a clinical setting are the NEO Personality Inventory and the famous Rorschach ‘ink blot’ Test.


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Age range

18 years and older

Administration time

30 to 35 minutes

Qualification

Test User Occupational Personality (TUOP) / NEOspecific P. T. Costa & R. McCrae. UK adaptation: W. Lord

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NEO Personality Inventory 3 (NEO-PI-3) UK Edition New! Measures the five major domains of personality, as well as the six traits or facets that define each domain The NEO Personality Inventory is based on the FiveFactor Model (FFM) of personality, measuring the ‘Big Five’ personality domains and the six most salient specific attributes (facets) arising from each. The FFM derives from decades of research on the structure of personality and has been consistently replicated across cultures. It is now widely recognised as the predominant personality taxonomy. The NEO was the first psychometric instrument designed to measure the FFM and remains the most comprehensive. Across editions, the NEO has demonstrated utility in occupational, clinical and research settings. Personality inventories have long played an important role in counselling and psychotherapy. Both research and clinical experience have supported this view, and various publications have spelled out ways in which the

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NEO might be used in counselling, clinical psychology and in the diagnosis of personality disorders. Indeed, in counselling settings it might be argued that the NEO is more appropriate than measures of psychopathology – its results can give a counsellor a rapid understanding of a client’s enduring dispositions. The myriad clinical applications also include: better understanding of the test taker, diagnosis, empathy and rapport, feedback and insight and support in selecting the optimal treatment. The NEO-PI-3 clinical questionnaires and reports can be made available online or in paper and pencil formats, offering flexibility in administration for practitioners and their patients and clients. The NEO-PI-3 Manual offers some guidance to counselling and clinical psychologists seeking to use the personality inventory in assessment.


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The NEO’s Domains and Facets •

Emotional Stability (Anxiety, Angry Hostility, Depression, Self-Consciousness, Impulsiveness, Vulnerability)

Extraversion (Warmth, Gregariousness, Assertiveness, Activity, Excitement Seeking, Positive Emotions)

Openness to Experience (Fantasy, Aesthetics, Feelings, Actions, Ideas, Values)

Agreeableness (Trust, Straightforwardness, Altruism, Compliance, Modesty, Tender-Mindedness)

Conscientiousness (Competence, Order, Dutifulness, Achievement Striving, Self-Discipline, Deliberation)

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Qualification

Level 3

Author(s)

Hermann Rorschach

Kit contents

Price

Manual; Plates with 10 Picture Cards; Recording Blanks; Rorschach Location Charts £183.00 (ex. VAT)

Product code

5595064

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Rorschach Test Helps to assess personality structure and identify emotional problems and mental disorders The Rorschach Test is a projective test using bilaterally symmetrical inkblots in which the person’s perceptions of the images are recorded and analysed. The test is particularly powerful in its ability to capture the uniqueness of the person’s personality functioning as well as having the added benefit of being able to make nomothetic comparisons. The results allow the user to gain a deeper understanding of the examinee’s coping resources, cognitive style, self-image, emotional and interpersonal strengths and weaknesses, and potential treatment issues.

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The test itself, as well as its accompanying book, is very well known worldwide and some experts estimate that in the field of psychology no other single creation has been the subject of a greater number of scientific papers. It is also likely that no other psychological test has been administered to more millions of people throughout the world. Psychologists and psychiatrists working in various professions – including clinical, educational, forensic and even occupational settings – may find that the Rorschach can inform and enrich their practice.

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Training and Webinars We offer a variety of clinical training options, with new courses available throughout 2016 – from our popular ADOS-2 and ADI-R courses to our brandnew Griffiths III training (coming soon) and more. Don’t see what you need? Contact us – we’re always looking to add to our everexpanding list of courses.

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ADOS-2 Training Courses Our range of courses offer training both to those with little or no experience in using ADOS-2 and to professionals seeking to update their current skill level. Please visit our website (www.hogrefe.co.uk) or call us on +44 (0)1865 797 920 for current course dates and prices.

New to ADOS-2? Introduction to ADOS-2 Duration: 2 days Price: £490 (excl. VAT) Suitable for: New ADOS-2 users and professionals previously trained in the ADOS who require more indepth training. Not suitable for those intending to use the ADOS‑2 for research purposes or requiring training in the new Toddler Module.

ADOS-2 Administration and Coding Course Duration: 5 days* Price: £985 (excl. VAT) *Accommodation options are available, contact us for details.

“Really well done, well presented and clear intro to ADOS assessment.” Introduction to ADOS-2 course delegate

“It was an excellent course and I would recommend to anyone working with ASD.” ADOS-2 Administration and Coding course delegate

Suitable for: New ADOS-2 users. This course provides comprehensive training on all five modules and the revised ADOS-2 scoring system. On completion of the course, together with associated pre- and post-course assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code the ADOS-2 at the level of Research Reliability for all five modules. Delegates who choose not to complete post-course work will receive a certificate of attendance for the course and obtain a level of Clinical Reliability.

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Looking for an update? ADOS-2 Update Duration: 1 day Price: £250 (excl. VAT) Suitable for: Existing ADOS users who have been trained in the use of the ADOS. The course covers the new Toddler Module and the new coding and algorithm aspects of ADOS Modules 1–4, as introduced in the ADOS-2. Please note that delegates must have previous training in the ADOS as this course will not accredit Research or Clinical Reliability.

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Clinical Training & Webinars Beyond our popular ADOS-2 training courses, we offer a growing assortment of training to help professionals go beyond the basics of our most popular products. See below or contact us for more options and upcoming training dates.

ADI-R training This 3-day course offers thorough and comprehensive training in all aspects of the ADI-R. On completion of this 3-day course together with associated pre- and post-course assignments, delegates will be equipped to administer and code the Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R) to the level of Clinical Reliability.

Griffiths III: Coming soon! The popular Griffiths child development test will soon be published in its newest incarnation, together with a reconstructed and shorter training course. For current Griffiths users, there will be an e-training option included in the new Griffiths III kit – and for new users, the previous 5-day course will be shortened and improved with e-learning features. Griffiths III training dates are coming very soon, so please email or call us to indicate your interest.

Introduction to the Rorschach Hogrefe is pleased to offer an introductory training course for the widely-known Rorschach Test. The Rorschach is a fascinating test with a long history and an extensive research base to support its use across multiple settings. Trainer Dr Kari Carstairs leads psychologists and psychiatrists working in various professions – including clinical, educational, forensic and even occupational settings – through an exploration of the depth and applications of the Rorschach Test.

Social-Emotional Developmental Age Level (SEDAL) training course Run by one of the SEDAL authors, this half-day comprehensive training course takes delegates through the SEDAL assessment. The course covers the background and development of the test, plus administration, scoring and interpretation, and includes case studies to reinforce learning.

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SON-R 6-40 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test training course In this one-day comprehensive training course, our SON-R expert will take delegates through the SON-R 6-40 assessment, including background, development, scoring, interpretation and test case examples. The SON-R 6-40 was recently approved by the SpLD Assessment Standards Committee (SASC) for inclusion in its list of suitable tests for the assessment of learning difficulties (SpLD) in higher education.

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Webinars We strive to offer our customers and clients an everevolving list of no-cost, topical webinars. For an up-todate list of upcoming webinars, please check our website or sign up to receive our bimonthly newsletter, which offers the latest dates and subjects for all of our training courses and webinars.

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Our Clinical Bookshop New to Hogrefe Ltd, you can now find hundreds of books in our website bookshop. Our titles explore contemporary issues in psychology, as well as theoretical and historical topics. You can browse our complete A–Z list online. Some of the newest titles are detailed below. ADHD in Children and Adolescents

Assessment in Health Psychology

B. P. Daly, A. K. Hildenbrand & R. T. Brown

Edited by Y. Benyamini, M. Johnston & E. C. Karademas

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood disorder that can have serious consequences for academic, emotional, social, and occupational functioning. When properly identified and diagnosed, however, there are many interventions for the disorder that have established benefits. This volume is both a compact ‘how to’ reference, for use by professional clinicians in their daily work, and an ideal educational reference for practice-oriented students.

Assessment in Health Psychology presents and discusses the best and most appropriate assessment methods and instruments for all specific areas that are central to health psychologists. It also describes the conceptual and methodological bases for assessment in health psychology, as well as the most important current issues and recent progress in methods.

The Essen Climate Evaluation Schema (EssenCES) Edited by N. Schalast & M. Tonkin The social atmosphere in forensic hospitals and correctional institutions is crucial to their success – this ‘manual and more’ shows how to assess the climate and identify ways of improving it. The Essen Climate Evaluation Schema (EssenCES) described here is a short, wellvalidated questionnaire that measures three essential facets of an institution’s social atmosphere. An overview of the EssenCES is followed by detailed advice on how to administer and score it and how to interpret findings, along with reference norms from various countries and types of institutions.

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A unique feature of this book, which brings together leading authorities on health psychology assessment, is its emphasis on the bidirectional link between theory and practice.


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Collaboration in Research Hogrefe is committed to continual exploration and learning in the fields of psychology, psychiatry and psychometrics. We actively encourage the use of Hogrefe products for research purposes and are keen to hear from any interested academic or professional user undertaking such studies. Access to our products will be granted on a case-by-case basis. To request permission to use one or more Hogrefe products in your research study, please send details of the study and the relevant products to publishing@hogrefe. co.uk. Please note that all Hogrefe products are protected by copyright. It is illegal to photocopy, reproduce or transmit in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, recording or duplication, on any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher.

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Please further note that psychometric products require a level of formal training or qualification for correct, ethical and reliable administration and interpretation. The necessary qualification levels are clearly specified on the Hogrefe web page for each product. Hogrefe is happy to advise any researcher on the appropriate qualification levels or training required to administer and interpret as part of a research study.

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Product Index Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition (ABAS-3) New!

70

Adolescent Anger Rating Scale (AARS)

44

Adolescent Psychopathology Scale (APS)

30

Aggression Questionnaire (AQ)

28

Assessing Risk for Violence, Version 3 (HCR-20)

31

Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R)

20

Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS)

12

Coping Responses Inventory (CRI)

13

d2 Test of Attention – Revised (d2-R) New!

52

Davidson Trauma Scale (DTS)

14

Dementia Rating Scale, Second Edition (DRS-2)

62

Denver II Developmental Screening Test

74

Detailed Assessment of Post-traumatic Stress (DAPS) 15 Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, Second Edition (ADOS-2) 18

Eating Disorder Inventory, Third Edition (EDI-3)

91

Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC)

22

Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) New!

Autism Spectrum Rating Scales™ (ASRS™) Now with DSM-5 Scoring Update

21

Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory and Sutter-Eyberg Student Behavior Inventory-Revised (ECBI & SESBI-R) 75

Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale, Second Edition (BERS-2) 73

Generic Children’s Quality of Life Measure (GCQ) Griffiths III Due Spring 2016

Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition (BRIEF2) 54 Checklist for Child Abuse Evaluation (CCAE)

32

Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS-2)

23

Children’s Aggression Scale (CAS)

85

Children’s Depression Inventory 2 (CDI-2)

11

Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI)

86

Conners’ Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS)

84

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Hare Psychopathology Checklist Revised, Second Edition (PCL-R) 34 Integrative Child Temperament Inventory (ICTI)

72

International Personality Disorder Examination (IPDE) 36 Interview for the Retrospective Assessment of the Onset and Course of Schizophrenia (IRAOS) 29 Inventory of Offender Risk, Needs and Strengths (IORNS)

35

Location Learning Test (LLT)

53

Conners Third Edition (Conners 3) Now with DSM-5 Scoring Update

82

Making Sense of Asperger’s: A Story for Children

24

Controlling Anger & Learning to Manage it (CALM)

33

Memory Test for Older Adults (MTOA)

63

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Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale

80

Mini-Mental State Examination, Second Edition (MMSE-2)

55

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SON-R 6-40 Non-Verbal Intelligence Test (Revised)

77

Spousal Assault Risk Assessment Guide (SARA)

43

State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory 2 (STAXI-2)

45

Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children, Second Edition (MASC 2)

87

Stroop Color and Word Test

60

NEO Personality Inventory 3 (NEO-PI-3) UK Edition New!

96

Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY)

46

Neuropsychological Assessment Battery (NAB)

56

Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms, Second Edition (SIRS-2)

47

Symbol Digit Modalities Test (SDMT)

59

Test of Memory Malingering (TOMM)

61

Trauma & Attachment Belief Scale (TABS)

92

Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children (TSCC)

93

Novaco Anger Scale & Provocation Inventory (NAS-PI) 37 Panic and Agoraphobia Scale (PAS)

16

Parenting Stress Index, Fourth Edition (PSI-4)

88

Paulhus Deception Scales (PDS)

38

Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)

39

Personality Assessment Screener (PAS)

41

Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS)

40

Psychopathic Personality Inventory, Revised (PPI-R)

42

Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children (TSCYC) 94 Trauma Symptom Inventory-2 (TSI‑2)

10

Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST)

64

Rey Complex Figure Test and Recognition Trial (RCFT) 58 Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale, Second Edition (RADS-2) 89 Reynolds Child Depression Scale, Second Edition (RCDS-2)

90

Rorschach Test

98

Sensory Processing Measure (SPM)

76

Sexual Violence Risk 20 (SVR-20)

48

Short Parallel Assessments of Neuropsychological Status (SPANS)

50

Social Communication Questionnaire (SCQ)

25

Social-Emotional Developmental Age Level (SEDAL)

68

Social Responsiveness Scale, Second Edition (SRS-2) 26

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Also from Hogrefe: Occupational, Aptitude and Ability Assessments and Training Discover our full catalogue of occupational assessments online, including dates and prices, at www.hogrefe.co.uk NEO-PI-3: The ‘gold standard’ assessment of the Five Factor Model of personality. Unlike traditional workplace measures, which shy away from the assessment of emotional stability, the NEO-PI-3 provides the most comprehensive approach to measuring temperament and behavioural style in the workplace. Used for candidate selection, talent development, team building and coaching. Implicitly: A collection of tests which can be used to help uncover our unconscious biases and their likely impact on our behaviour. These can be valuable in team development contexts and as part of organisational audits and development programmes. LJI Suite: A comprehensive toolbox for the assessment and development of leadership judgement. The ‘suite’ comprises five tools, including the Leadership Judgement Indicator 2 (LJI-2) and the Leadership Judgement Assessor (LJA). Decision-making and Self-regulation Assessor (DASA): The DASA is the first dedicated measure of an individual’s capacity to self-regulate and make sound decisions – often important facets in the process of selection, development and coaching.

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Aptitude and Ability Tests: Tests like the d2-R Test of Attention (d2-R), the BOMAT, the Power and Performance Measures (PPMs), and Pearson Assessment’s Watson Glaser Critical Thinking Appraisal (WGCTA) are widelyused methods for predicting candidate performance. Occupational Assessment User Training: Hogrefe’s training courses are delivered by a team of qualified occupational psychologists, making us one of the UK’s leading independent providers of psychometric test training. We deliver both in-house and public test practitioner courses. We believe that training in test use should be provided by experienced practitioners with a range of knowledge and expertise, in order to meet a variety of training needs and support organisational development initiatives. Our training courses include: • Test User Occupational Ability (TUOA) • Test User Occupational Personality (TUOP) • NEO-PI-3 Training • LJI Training • Implicitly Qualification


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Hogrefe Ltd is the UK arm of the Hogrefe Group, Europe’s leading publisher of psychology journals, books and psychometric assessments. Established over 60 years ago, Hogrefe is a family-owned company which has grown its business across Europe in the past 13 years. We combine scientific pedigree with an ability to develop leading assessments. Today, the Hogrefe Group employs more than 300 people, providing high-quality assessment solutions to business, healthcare and educational professionals and organisations. Based in Oxford, Hogrefe Ltd has been developing, publishing and distributing psychometric assessments and bespoke recruitment and development solutions since 2003. We are constantly developing our product range and services to meet the needs of clients in the UK and overseas.

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