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PTS Assessments

The Tennessee Self-Concept Scale - Second Edition (TSCS-2) measures self-concept in children, adolescents and adults. It provides 15 scores to show how respondents see themselves in school or work settings. There are separate child and adult forms available. The child form provides norms for... more
The TSCYC is the first fully standardized and normed broadband trauma measure for young children who have been exposed to traumatic events such as child abuse, peer assault, and community violence. The 12-item TSCYC Screening Form screens for posttraumatic symptomology in just 5... more
The SIRS-2 helps evaluate feigning of psychiatric symptoms in greater detail with expanded scoring and classification. 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... more
Although postpartum depression is not uncommon among new mothers, it often goes undetected. And if untreated, it can adversely affect a mother’s functioning as well as her infant’s development. A Measure of the Overall Severity and Seven Specific Symptoms With the new ... more
The STAXI-2 was developed to assess state anger, trait anger, and anger expression and to measure the way these components contribute to medical conditions. To investigate the effects of anger on mental and physical disorders, the experience of anger must be clearly distinguished from anger... more
The RADS-2 is a brief, 30-item self-report measure that includes subscales that evaluate the current level of an adolescent's depressive symptomatology along four basic dimensions of depression: Dysphoric Mood Anhedonia/Negative Affect Negative Self-Evaluation Somatic Complaints... more
The MHP is intended to provide comprehensive information about psychosocial and health functioning. It comprises two carbonless, four-page booklets that may be used together or separately: The MHP Psychosocial Functioning (MHP-P) booklet has 58 items covering four major areas of concern: life... more
The M-FAST is a 25-item screening interview that provides information regarding the probability that the client is feigning psychiatric illness. The scales are: Reported vs. observed Extreme symptomalogy Rare combinations Unusual hallucinations Unusual symptom course Negative image... more
The GHQ is a self-administered screening test detecting nonpsychotic psychiatric disorders in people presenting for treatment. The questionnaire focuses on two major areas: inability to carry out normal functions, and the appearance of new and distressing phenomena. There are four forms: GHQ-... more
The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) is a valid and reliable self-rating scale that measures anxiety and depression in both hospital and community settings. HADS gives clinically meaningful results as a psychological screening tool and can assess the symptom... more

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