Personality & Psychopathology

 

ARES

Anger Regulation and Expression Scales

Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D. , Raymond Chip Tafrate, Ph.D.

 

Assessment of the expression & regulation of anger in youth aged 10 to 17 years

Overview

The ARES is a comprehensive, self-report assessment of the expression and regulation of anger in youth. Derived from the Anger Disorder Scale (ADS; DiGiuseppe & Tafrate, 2004; page 98), the ARES has been designed specifically for children and adolescents aged 10 to 17 years.

  • Assesses tendencies towards inward and outward expressions of anger, along with the range and duration of anger experiences
  • Based on more features and expressions of anger than any other measure
  • Offers treatment and intervention suggestions based on respondent's ARES scores
  • Excellent reliability and validity
  • Easy administration, scoring, and report interpretation

Key Areas Measured

Internalized Anger

  • Arousal
    • Psychological Arousal
    • Cognitive Arousal
  • Rejection
  • Anger-In
  • Bitterness
    • Resentment
    • Suspiciousness

Externalized Anger

  • Overt Aggression
    • Physical Aggression
    • Verbal Aggression
  • Covert Aggression
  • Revenge
  • Bullying
  • Impulsivity
  • Subversion
    • Relational Aggression
    • Passive Aggression

Extent of Anger

  • Scope of Triggers
  • Problem Duration
  • Episode Duration

 

ADS

Anger Disorders Scale

Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D. , Raymond Chip Tafrate, Ph.D.

 

Measure dysfunctional anger by assessing as an independent problem rather than as a secondary symptom in adults

Overview

The ADS measures clinically dysfunctional anger by assessing anger as an independent problem, rather than as a secondary symptom of another issue. Its Anger-In/Anger-Out model examines the cognitions associated with anger that may be a part of affective aggression. The results provide a strong basis for developing appropriate intervention and treatment plans.

Key Areas Measured

  • Provocations Domain
  • Arousal Domain
  • Cognitions Domain
  • Motives Domain
  • Behaviors Domain

HDI

Health Dynamics Inventory

Stephen Saunders, Ph.D. , James Wojcik, Ph.D.

 

 

Identify psychological or psychiatric symptoms quickly and accurately

Overview

The Health Dynamics Inventory (HDI™) identifies psychological or psychiatric symptoms in order to highlight areas that require further attention. It is often administered prior to or at the first meeting with an individual to help assist in the evaluation process.

Key Features:

  • Quickly uncover symptoms to guide diagnosis and intervention
  • Feel confident re-administering the test throughout treatment to monitor symptom changes and document progress
  • Easily document outcomes at termination

Key Areas Measured

  • Morale
  • Global Symptoms: Depressive Symptoms, Anxiety Symptoms, Attention Symptoms, Psychotic Symptoms, Eating Disorders, Substance Abuse, and Behavioral Problems
  • Global Impairment: Occupational/Task Impairment
  • Relationship and Social Impairment
  • Self-Care Impairment