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Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) Short Online Response Form (pkg 5)

Author(s): Raymond DeGiuseppe and Raymond Chip Tafrate
Publisher: MHS
SKU code: E990
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AU$28.35

Overview

The Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) is a self-report assessment of the expression and regulation of anger in children and adolescents, from 10-17 years of age. It contains a full-length version (ARES) and a short version (ARES[S]).

The ARES and ARES[S] are useful tools to assist in the development of treatment plans and for monitoring outcomes of interventions.

The ARES is available through the MHS Online Assessment Center. The MHS Online Assessment Center provides professionals the ability to administer, score and generate reports online. It also allows for printing of forms for client completion, and response entry from pen-and-paper administrations.

The ARES Short Online Response Form allows completion of the ARES[S] online. Children and adolescents can read items, as well as select and enter their responses online. The data is then scored and a report generated. This option requires 1 Online Response Form per client.

For individuals who do not wish to administer the ARES[S] assessments online, the MHS Online Assessment Center provides the capability of printing paper-and-pencil forms on demand. This option requires 1 Online Response Form (allows the printing of 1 Form, and online scoring and reporting).

Paper-and-pencil forms can also be scored online by entering responses from a paper-and-pencil administration into the online program. This option requires you to have a hard copy form, and 1 Online Response Form for scoring/reporting per client.

ARES[S] Online Response Forms are purchasable in minimum bundles of 5.

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Author(s): Raymond DeGiuseppe and Raymond Chip Tafrate