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Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory for Children

SPAI–C
  • Deborah C. Beidel
  • Tracy L. Morris PhD
  • Samuel M. Turner
The SPAI–C evaluates the somatic, cognitive and behavioural aspects of social phobia in children between the ages of 8 and 14 so that you can determine the best course of action

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Overview

Age range:
8 to 14 years
Qualification level:
B
Administration Format:
Self-report - handscored

Product Details

 

The SPAI–C ™ evaluates the somatic, cognitive and behavioural aspects of social phobia in children between the ages of 8 and 14 so that you can determine the best course of action. In school environments, the SPAI–C detects the existence of social fears that may be related to poor school performance, oppositional behaviour, or truancy. The SPAI–C is a self-report form with 26 items and a third-grade reading level.

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Technical Information

Comprehensive data are presented to demonstrate the reliability and validity of the RADS-2. Reliability data (internal consistency, test-retest, and SEMs) are presented for the Depression Total scale and the four subscales. The validity of the RADS-2 was examined in terms of content validity, criterion-related validity, construct validity (convergent, discriminant, and factorial), and clinical validity. Reliability and validity studies included a school-based sample of 154 children who were participants in one of several ongoing research protocols. The sample consisted of children ranging in age from 8 - 17.