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CONNERS 3

Conners 3rd Edition

C. Keith Conners

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Overview

The Conners 3 is used for assessing ADHD and comorbid disorders in children and adolescents.

Did you know, the Conners 3 has been updated to provide a new scoring option for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition™ (DSM-5™) Symptom Scales - click here for more information! Current stock of the non-updated edition is limited and some components have already been discontinued.

Suitable for

Individuals ages 6 to 18 years

Language Versions

English

Product Description

Based on the solid findings and key elements of its predecessor, the Conners Rating Scales-Revised (CRS-R), the Conners 3rd Edition (Conners 3) offers a more thorough assessment of ADHD. The Conners 3 now addresses comorbid disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder. Each Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report Form is available in long and short versions.

Key features:
  • A large normative sample representative of the latest U.S. census data.
  • A refined focus on ADHD in school-age children with a new age range (i.e., 6-18 years for Parent and Teacher Forms; 8-18 years for Self-Report Form).
  • Strengthened Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: Fourth Edition Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR) connections.
  • Clear applications in educational settings that help identify children with clinical symptoms.
  • A manual that provides step-by-step guidance on how to use the tool in intervention planning and monitoring.

As with its predecessor, the new Conners 3 is a multi-informant assessment. It has a high level of consistency in the scales across raters, allowing for easy interpretation of multi-informant assessments. Users can examine critically any discrepancies between the informants, highlight certain behaviours and easily compare results.

The Conners 3 includes two popular indexes: the Conners 3 ADHD Index (Conners 3AI) and the Conners 3 Global Index (Conners 3GI). The Conners 3AI items were taken from the Conners 3 long form and efficiently differentiate between youth with ADHD and youth without a clinical diagnosis. This brief index is ideal for users who need to screen quickly for ADHD, and works well for screening large groups of children and adolescents to see if further assessment of ADHD is warranted. The Conners 3GI is a fast and effective measure of general psychopathology. It includes the 10 best-predictive items from the CRS-R parent and teacher rating scales. The items have remained unchanged; however, the normative data has been updated.

Long Forms

The long form is a comprehensive assessment that can be used as part of the diagnostic process through direct links to the DSM-IV-TR. The Parent Form includes 110 items, the Teacher Form includes 115 items, and the Self-Report Form includes 99 items. These forms are excellent for identifying the specific needs of each youth as well as areas that require attention and focus.

  • Three new validity scales (Positive Impression, Negative Impression, and Inconsistency Index) increase confidence in the informant's responses.
  • An assessment of executive functioning has been added to the Parent and Teacher Forms.
  • Two new complete DSM-IV-TR symptom scales that measure Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder have been added for all informants.
  • New severe conduct critical items identify youth who require immediate attention and intervention.
  • Screener items for both anxiety and depression have been added.
  • Newly added impairment questions provide the ability to measure how problems are impacting a child's life at home, at school, and with friends.
Short Forms

The Conners 3 also gives clinicians the choice of using a short form. Consisting of 43 items on the Parent Form, 39 items on the Teacher Form, and 39 items on the Self-Report Form, the short form is an excellent tool for screening large groups of students who may require additional assessment. The short form includes the strongest items from the long form's empirical scales and includes Positive and Negative Impression Indexes for all informants. This form is beneficial when an assessment is repeated a number of times and/or when administration time is limited. It also is useful for monitoring the success of treatment programmes over long periods.

Scoring Options

The QuikScore forms convert raw scores to T-scores, providing the user with a clear and easily understood profile of results, and are available for all Conners 3 forms. Computerised scoring is also available for all forms. The unlimited-use Conners 3 software enables the user to score the test and to generate Assessment Reports and Progress Reports.

Conners 3 Interpretive Update

Important refinements have been made to the Conners 3 including: (1) Updated Validity scale guidelines with new language to better reflect the intent of the scales; (2) Refined T-score cutoff categories and category descriptions; and (3) The Aggression scale name change to Defiance/Aggression.

Click here to find out more about the Conners 3 Interpretive Update.

 

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Norms

Normative data drawn from a large sample of individuals that was representative of the general US population.

Duration

Varies

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