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Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scale - Second Editon (RCMAS-2)

Author(s): Cecil R. Reynolds and Bert O. Richmond
Publisher: WPS, 2008
SKU code: PG_QDS2

Overview

Purpose: Measure the level and nature of anxiety as experienced by children and adolescents

Age: 6-19 years

Time: 10 to 15 minutes; Short Form <5 minutes

Administration: Individual; Group

The Revised Children's Manifest Anxiety Scales: 2nd Ed. (RCMAS-2) can be used to evaluate children for academic stress, test anxiety, peer/family conflicts, and drug problems. It is also useful in assessing anxiety levels in the classroom or in social situations.

The test is now composed of 49 items covering the following scales:

  • Physiological Anxiety
  • Worry
  • Social Anxiety
  • Defensiveness
  • Inconsistent Responding index

The Social Anxiety scale replaces the RCMAS Social Concerns/Concentration scale, and a new cluster of 10 items assesses performance anxiety. These changes address the increased pressure that today's children feel to achieve, academically and socially. They allow teachers and school psychologists to monitor the stress that children may feel and help them cope with it.

Key Features

  • Simple yes/no response format
  • Elementary reading level
  • Content-based item clusters that help pinpoint children's problems and focus intervention
  • A convenient, 10-item short form is ideal for use in screening situations or when clinical time is limited
  • New items that reflect changes in the way children now experience anxiety
  • Updated Focus on Performance and Social Anxiety
  • Generates a Total Anxiety score plus scale scores
  • Norms are presented separately for three age groups: 6 to 8 years, 9 to 14 years, and 15 to 19 years

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Author(s): Cecil R. Reynolds and Bert O. Richmond