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Autism Spectrum Rating Scales

ASRS
  • 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

Overview

Publication date:
2009
Age range:
2 - 18
Scores/Interpretation:
ASRS Scoring Software or manual scoring
Qualification level:
B
Completion time:
Full form: 20 minutes, Short form: 5 minutes (15 items)
Administration:
Paper-and-pencil

Product Details

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

Benefits

  • 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.

Features

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).