Psychological Tests Overview

You can choose from the following psychological tests: ANIS, AUDIT, BSL-23, BSL-95, GAD-7, ISR, PHQ-9, and PHQ-15.

ANIS

Anorexia Nervosa Inventory for Self rating

The Anorexia Nervosa Inventory for Self rating (ANIS) records anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa with different eating behavior. It inquires about attitudes and behaviors that often occur in people with disturbed eating habits.

Fichter, M. M., Keeser, W.

AUDIT

Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test

The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) is a screener developed on behalf of the WHO or the identification of patients with high alcohol consumption before negative physical, psychological or social consequences resulting from the consumption arise.

WHO - Saunders J.B., Aasland O.G., Babor T.F. et al.

BSL-23

Borderline Symptom List 23

Die Borderline Symptom List 23 (BSL-23) consists of 23 items that were selected from the BSL-95 according to the sensitivity to changes and differentiation between borderline patients and other patients, which results in reduced patient stress and evaluation time.

Department of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy, Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany.

BSL-95

Borderline Symptom List 95

The Borderline Symptom List 95 (BSL-95) is a self-assessment scale to measure the extent of intrapsychic stress in borderline patients. It records the severity of the disorder (dimensional diagnostics) and changes (process diagnostics).

Bohus et al.

GAD-7

Generalizied Anxiety Disorder Scale-7

The Generalizied Anxiety Disorder Scale-7 (GAD-7) is a short instrument for recording generalized anxiety disorder and can be used for diagnosis, screening and measurement of severity, as well as for measuring the course of generalized anxiety disorder.

Spitzer, R., Williams, J., Kroenke, K., and colleagues

ISR

ICD-10-Symptom-Rating

The ICD-10-Symptom-Rating (ISR) enables a comprehensive psychometric assessment of the severity of psychological symptoms. It is used for screening in the sense of ICD-10 diagnostics as well as for status and change measurements.

Tritt, K., von Heymann, F., Zaudig, M., Zacharias, I., Söllner, W., Loew, T.

PHQ-9

Patient Health Questionnaire 9

The Patient Health Questionnaire 9 (PHQ-9) patient health questionnaire is the depression module of the PHQ. With each question, the PHQ-9 records one of the nine DSM-IV criteria for diagnosing major depression.

Spitzer, R., Williams, J., Kroenke, K., and colleagues

PHQ-15

Patient Health Questionnaire 15

The Patient Health Questionnaire 15 (PHQ-15) patient health questionnaire is the somatization module of the PHQ. It measures symptom severity / somatization of 15 somatic symptoms that meet the main DSM-IV criteria of the somatization disorder.

Spitzer, R., Williams, J., Kroenke, K., and colleagues

The inventory covers a big part of routine examinations and progress measurements in the daily routine of an outpatient psychotherapy practice.

The associated test manuals can be found in the protected Therapists Area.