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Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome

BADS

Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome (BADS) predicts everyday problems associated with a major area of cognitive deficit that can impede functional recovery and the ability to respond to rehabilitation programs.

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  • BADS Complete Kit
    749134003 Qualification Level B

    Includes Manual, 25 scoring sheets, 5 stimulus books, stimulus cards, 3-D plastic materials, timer, 25 self-rater dex questionnaires, 25 independent rater questionnaires

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  • BADS Scoring Sheets
    749129255 Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25

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  • BADS DEX Questionnaires
    749129166 Qualification Level B

    Pkg of 25 Each (Self-Rater and Independent Rater)

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  • BADS Manual
    749129263 Qualification Level B

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Overview

Publication date:
1996
Age range:
16 to 87 years
Qualification level:
B
Administration:
40 minutes
Norms:
216 U.K. controls and 92 patient study. Aged scaled scores and percentile ranks

Product Details

BADS is designed to predict issues associated with Dysexecutive Syndrome, including disorders of planning, organization, problem solving, setting priorities, and attention.

Benefits

  • Assess skills and demands of everyday life.
  • Emphasize capacities usually exercised in everyday situations.
  • Sensitive to capacities affected by frontal lobe damage and to everyday problems experienced due to brain injury; a small study was conducted with schizophrenia to identify executive deficits in this group.