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  1. Conners 3 • Revision of the CRS-R • A thorough, focused assessment of ADHD, comorbid disorders, and associated features • Integrates the key elements of its predecessor with a number of new enhancements

  2. Conners 3: Key Features • In-depth coverage of ADHD and associated features • Assesses two commonly co-occurring disruptive behavior disorders, ODD and CD • Links to DSM-IV-TR and IDEA 2004 • Multi-informant • Parent and Teacher forms for ages 6 to18 years • Youth Self-Report for ages 8 to 18 years • Full-length, Short Form, and Index Form options • Parent and Self-Report forms also available in Spanish • Easy administration, scoring, interpretation of results • Excellent reliability and validity

  3. Conners 3 Form Options • Conners 3 • Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report • Conners 3 Short Form • Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report • Conners 3 ADHD Index (Conners 3AI) • Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report • Conners 3 Global Index (Conners 3GI) • Parent and Teacher

  4. Conners 3 ADHD Index (Conners 3AI) Conners 3 Global Index (Conners 3GI; not on SR) DSM-IV-TR Symptom Scales ADHD Hyperactive-Impulsive ADHD Inattentive Conduct Disorder Oppositional Defiant Disorder Validity Scales Negative Impression Positive Impression Inconsistency Index Impairment Questions Screener Items Anxiety Depression Severe Conduct Critical Items Additional Questions

  5. Conners 3: What is new? • Up-to-date normative sample • Scales for DSM-IV-TR symptoms of ODD and CD • Screener Items for Anxiety and Depression • Assessment of Executive Functioning • Validity Scales • Severe Conduct Critical Items • Impairment Items

  6. Conners 3: Enhancements • Increased similarities across parent, teacher, and self-report forms • Modified age range • Respondent-friendly translations of DSM-IV concepts • Created a companion rating scale, the Conners Comprehensive Rating Scales (Conners CBRS), to provide broader coverage of common childhood disorders and problems

  7. Conners CBRS • Conners Comprehensive Behavior Rating Scales • Behavioral, social, emotional, and academic issues • Violence Potential, self-harm, and other critical issues • Symptoms of DSM-IV-TR diagnoses

  8. Conners CBRS: Key Features • Multi-informant • Parent and Teacher forms for ages 6 to18 years • Youth Self-Report for ages 8 to 18 years • Parent and Self-Report forms also available in Spanish • Easy administration, scoring, and interpretation of results • Excellent reliability and validity

  9. Conners CBRS Form Options • Conners CBRS • Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report Forms • Conners Clinical Index (Conners CI) • Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report Forms

  10. Linked for Mixed Episode DSM-IV Scales ADHD Hyperactive/Impulsive ADHD Inattentive ODD CD Major Depressive Episode Manic Episode Generalized Anxiety Disorder Separation Anxiety Disorder Social Phobia Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Autistic Disorder (P & T) Asperger’s Disorder (P & T) Other Clinical Indicators Bullying Victimization Bullying Perpetration Enuresis/Encopresis (P & T) Panic Attack Pica (P & SR) PTSD Substance Abuse Specific Phobia Tics Trichotillomania PDD (SR) Validity Scales Negative Impression (PI) Positive Impression (NI) Inconsistency Index (IncX) Severe Conduct Critical Items Self Harm Critical Items Impairment Questions Clinical Index Additional Questions

  11. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: Normative Sample • Co-normed • Large • 1200 youth rated by parents and teachers • 1000 youth self-reports • Stratified by age (year) and gender • Diverse (based on most recent U.S. census) • Stratified by race/ethnicity • Represented all SES groups • Represented all geographic locations

  12. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: Reliability • Internal consistency • Test-Retest reliability • Inter-rater reliability • Standard Error of Measurement • Standard Error of Prediction

  13. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: Validity • Factorial Validity • Construct Validity: Compare Conners 3 and Conners CBRS to • CRS-R; BASC-2; BRIEF; CBCL; CDI; MASC; EQi-YV • Discriminative Validity (predictive validity)

  14. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: Administration & Scoring Options • Administration • Paper-and-Pencil • Online • Scoring • QuikScoreTM • Computerized • Unlimited use software • Online

  15. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: Use and Applicability • Assessment • Clinical Assessment • Diagnostic Aid • Educational Classification • Screening • Determining Participants for Research Studies

  16. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: Use and Applicability • Intervention • Developing an individualized treatment plan • Monitoring an individual’s response to treatment • Evaluating an intervention program

  17. Conners 3 and Conners CBRS: When to use each • #1. Broad-band assessment can be used to identify suspected and unknown areas of concern. • #2. Once the areas of concern have been identified, a focused instrument can be used for in-depth assessment of the problem area

  18. Thank youQuestions/Comments