ADHD

 

Conners 3®

Conners 3rd Edition

C. Keith Conners, Ph.D.

The leading assessment of ADHD & comorbid disorders in children and youth ages 6 to 18

Overview

The Conners 3rd Edition™ (Conners 3®) is a thorough assessment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and its most common comorbid problems and disorders in children and adolescents aged 6 to 18 years. It is a multi-informant assessment that takes into account home, social, and school settings, with rating forms for parents, teachers, and youth. School psychologists, clinicians, psychiatrists, pediatricians, child protection agencies, and mental health workers can count on the Conners 3 to be a reliable and dependable tool capable of supporting them in the diagnostic and identification process.

Key Features:

  • Inform your ADHD diagnosis with results that have direct connections to DSM-5 symptom criteria and IDEIA legislation
  • Develop informed intervention and treatment strategies by identifying specific challenge areas to work on
  • Monitor response to intervention and its effectiveness with detailed progress reports
  • Assess common comorbid disorders (Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder) to assist with differential diagnosis
  • Discover how ADHD symptoms are affecting the youth by looking at impairment items which indicate functioning in home, school and social settings
  • Spend less time on paperwork and more time with the youth with fast and easy to use administration and scoring, and easy to interpret reports
  • Gain a multi-rater perspective of the youth’s difficulties with a Parent, Teacher, and Self-report version

Conners CPT 3

Conners Continuous Performance Test 3rd Edition

C. Keith Conners, Ph.D.

 

A task-oriented computerized assessment of attention-related problems

Overview

The Conners Continuous Performance Test Third Edition™ (Conners CPT 3™) measures attention-related problems in individuals aged eight years and older. By indexing the respondent’s performance in areas of inattentiveness, impulsivity, sustained attention, and vigilance, the Conners CPT 3 can aid in the assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and other neurological conditions related to attention. The Conners CPT 3 provides objective information about an individual’s performance in attention tasks, complementing information obtained from rating scales such as the Conners 3®.

The Conners CPT 3 can be used in conjunction with the Conners Continuous Auditory Test of Attention™ (Conners CATA™), which assesses auditory processing and attention-related problems in individuals aged eight years and older. The Conners CPT 3 and Conners CATA can be purchased as a combo kit or individually. Click here to learn more about the Conners CATA.

Key Features:

  • Easy interpretation with new reports offering clear visuals and summaries
  • Trusted results with the most representative CPT normative samples collected
  • Diagnostic confidence with a refined measurement of attention
  • A comprehensive evaluation with the introduction of an auditory attention test, the Conners CATA

New to the Conners CPT 3:

  • Revised paradigm: New ratio of non-targets (the letter X) to targets (all other letters) to improve the test’s sensitivity to impulsivity problems
  • New and updated normative data:
    • Consists of 1,400 cases representative of the latest United States (U.S.) population census
    • Normed on a variety of computer models and operating systems
  • Enhanced look and feel of the program, designed to reduce glare and reflection on computer or laptop monitors
  • New Scores and Score Dimensions of Attention Measured:
    • Inattentiveness
    • Impulsivity
    • Sustained Attention
    • Vigilance
  • New easy-to-understand clinical likelihood statements based on T-scores and displayed as very high, high, moderate, or minimal
  • New age range: Age 8+

CAARS

Conners' Adult ADHD Rating Scales

C. Keith Conners, Ph.D., Drew Erhardt, Ph.D. , Elizabeth Sparrow, Ph.D.

 

A measure of the presence and severity of ADHD symptoms in adults ages 18 and older

Overview

When ADHD stays with a person into adulthood, it usually contributes to larger personal and professional difficulties. The Conners’ Adult ADHD Rating Scales (CAARS™) scales measure the presence and severity of ADHD symptoms so that you can determine whether or not ADHD is a contributing factor to a client’s difficulties.

Key Features:

  • Measures the presence and severity of ADHD symptoms
  • Can be used in clinical, research, rehabilitation, and correctional settings
  • Offers long, short, or screening versions
  • Provides self-report and observer rating forms