Range: Adults (18 +)
Purpose: To assess the usage and helpfulness of a range of general and specific coping strategies.
Administration: Long Form: 20–30 minutes; Short Form: 10–15 minutes
The Coping Scale for Adults – Second Edition (CSA-2) is an important research, clinical and educational instrument designed to support people when examining their own coping behaviour. Updated to measure the usage and helpfulness of coping strategies in general and specific situations, it reliably assesses 20 distinct coping strategies.
- Assists adults to assess, reflect on and then develop their own coping skills.
- Measures individuals’ usage of various coping behaviours and the effectiveness of these responses.
- Long Form has been streamlined from 74 to 60 items.
- Simplified scoring and interpretation.
The CSA-2 can be administered and scored by hand, or online via the ACER Psychological Testing Platform (APT).
Test Online via the ACER Psychological Testing Platform (APT)
The new APT platform enables clients to easily manage their candidates, assign assessments and purchase credits. Clients can search, order and prioritise candidates and results based on the chosen criteria – and generate reports when it suits.There’s an informative Help section with useful information and some short webinars.
Candidates will benefit from the consistent and intuitive interface and easy-to-use navigation.
To register for an APT Online Account, please click here.
Online CSA-2 Long Form Sample Report