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Autism Spectrum Rating Scales

  • Sam Goldstein, PhD
  • Jack A. Naglieri, PhD
The Autism Spectrum Rating Scales (ASRS™) provides the first nationally standardized, norm-referenced ASD Rating Scale. This multi-informant measure helps identify symptoms, behaviors, and associated features of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) in children and adolescents aged 2 to 18 years.

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  • ASRS Hand-Scored Kit, Ages 2 5 with DSM-5 Update
    ASRD03DM Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual, and 25 [2-5 Years] Parent/Teacher/Short QuickScore Forms

    USD 301.00

  • ASRS Hand-Scored Kit, Ages 6 18 with DSM-5 Update
    ASRD04DM Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual, 25 [6-18 Years] Parent/Teacher/Short QuickScore Forms

    USD 301.00


Publication date:
Age range:
2 - 18
ASRS Scoring Software or manual scoring
Qualification level:
Completion time:
Full form: 20 minutes, Short form: 5 minutes (15 items)

Product Details

Using a five-point Likert rating scale, parents and teachers evaluate how often they observe specific behaviors in the child or adolescent.


  • Support the diagnostic process.
  • Guide the development of intervention and treatment strategies.
  • Monitor responses to intervention and its effectiveness.
  • Help with Behavioral Rigidity, Sensory Sensitivity, Attention/Self-Regulation (Full form for ages 2-5), Attention (Full form for ages 6-18), and Social/Emotional Reciprocity.


The ASRS full form contains 70 items for ages 2–5 and 71 items for ages 6–18. The short form is designed for ages 2–18 and contains 15 items.

  • Items assess DSM-5 symptom criteria for ASD - DSM-IV-TR scoring still available for online and software options.
  • Easy administration, scoring, and result interpretation.
  • Excellent reliability and validity.
  • Short form can be used for screening or treatment monitoring.
  • Measures key areas, including Social/Communication, Unusual Behaviors, Self-Regulation (Full form for ages 6–18), Peer Socialization, Adult Socialization, Social/Emotional Reciprocity, Atypical Language, Sterotypy, Behavioral Rigidity, Sensory Sensitivity, Attention / Self Regulation (Full form for ages 2-5 years). Attention (Full form for ages 6-18years).
  • Option to score children with limited verbal abilities (not available for manual scoring).