THIS PAGE HAS RECENTLY BEEN UPDATED, AND THE T SCORES PRODUCED BY THE TEMPLATE HAVE BEEN REVISED IN LINE WITH CURRENT NORMATIVE DATA.
THE T SCORES PRODUCED BY THE AUTOMATIC SCORING QUESTIONNAIRE MAY VARY SLIGHTLY FROM THE PREVIOUS VERSION.
THEY SHOULD, HOWEVER, ALIGN WITH THE T-SCORE TEMPLATES
PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK AND PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU DETECT ANY ANOMALIES. THANK YOU.
Automatic Scoring Questionnaire
The pdf documents below automatically score the SCAS questionnaire and help to calculate corresponding t-scores.
These templates were developed by Abel Chapa (M.Ed., LPC-S)and we are grateful to him for making these available to others.
Clicking the arrow on the corresponding item drop-down box, then highlighting and clicking the relevant response option selects the child's answer to each item.
Free text boxes are also available to record both patient / clinician name, date of completion, file number and any other relevant clinical information such as specific phobias.
Once all responses have been entered for each item, each of the subscales and total SCAS raw scores will automatically appear on the final page.
You can then use the drop-down menu underneath 'score range' on each subscale/total score to manually identify the range that each score falls within.
By doing so the T-score will automatically be computed for each subscale and the overall total score.
Scores above 60 are considered elevated.
Please note this tool is not intended to be used on its own as a diagnostic measure. Rather, it is designed for use either as a screening measure to identify those with elevated anxiety symptoms or for use in partnership with a structured clinical interview for diagnostic purposes.
Please note that the form does
not save your data on this site. However, you can print out the completed form and the summary scores.
PLEASE NOTE: YOU NEED TO
DOWNLOAD THE .pdf FILE FROM THE LINK BELOW AND SAVE IT TO YOUR DESKTOP BEFORE USING IT.
DON'T USE IT DIRECTLY ON THE WEBSITE AS IT WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY.
To save the results, press print and save as a .pdf file.
Boys 8 - 11 yrs
Boys 12 - 15 yrs
Girls 8 - 11 yrs
Girls 12 - 15 yrs
The scoring tools will require the installation of Adobe Reader X. Free downloads of this software can be found at http://www.adobe.com/