Anxiety

 

MASC 2

Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children 2nd Edition

John S. March, M.D., MPH

 

 

Assess the presence of symptoms related to Anxiety Disorders in children and youth ages 8 to 19

Overview

The Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children Second Edition™ (MASC 2™) is a comprehensive multi-rater assessment of anxiety dimensions in children and adolescents aged 8 to 19 years. It distinguishes between important anxiety symptoms and dimensions that broadband measures do not capture. By indexing the range and severity of anxiety symptoms, the MASC 2 aids in early identification, diagnosis, treatment planning, and monitoring for anxiety-prone youth.

Key Features:

  • Develop an easy to follow treatment plan with an intervention section authored by Dr. John March
  • Complete a comprehensive evaluation with the introduction of a parent form, providing an in-depth perspective from multiple raters
  • Gain valuable insight with a new model that includes an Anxiety Probability Score, GAD Index, and OCD Scale
  • Uncover details about a child’s emotional, physical, cognitive, and behavioral symptoms of anxiety that broadband measures and screening tools often miss
  • Trust your results with an updated normative sample representative of youth aged 8 to 19 years across North America
  • Generate detailed reports that describe a youth's anxiety symptoms in detail

 

RCMAS-2

Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale,: Second Edition

Cecil R. Reynolds, Ph.D. , Bert O. Richmond, Ed.D.

 

 

A measure of academic stress, test anxiety, peer and family conflicts, and drug problems in children and youth ages 6 to 19

Overview

The Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale, Second Edition (is an important first step in assessing and treating anxious children. This test quickly identifies the source and level of anxiety in children so that steps can be taken to reduce stress levels. The RCMAS-2 measures for the presence of academic stress, test anxiety, peer and family conflicts, and drug problems. The test can be used in both clinical and educational environments.

Key Features:

  • Brief assessment with a simple yes/no response format
  • Elementary reading level
  • Content-based item clusters that help pinpoint children's problems and focus on intervention
  • A Short Form
  • Updated and ethnically diverse norms
  • An Inconsistent Responding index

 

SPAI

Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory

Samuel M. Turner, Ph.D. , Deborah C. Beidel, Ph.D. , Constance V. Dancu, Ph.D.

 

 

Assess specific symptoms, cognitions, and behaviors to measure social anxiety and fear for ages 14 and older

Overview

The SPAI assesses specific somatic symptoms, cognitions, and behaviors across a wide range of potentially fear-producing situations to measure Social Anxiety and fear.

  • Particularly useful for distinguishing between Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, and Social Phobia

An ideal screening instrument for schools, outpatient clinics, hospitals, residential treatment facilities, prisons and other correctional environments and employment settings

  • A sixth grade reading level - suitable for individuals who are 14 years of age or older
  • Available in handscored format - easily calculated with MHS QuikScore Forms