Hogrefe Clinical Assessments

We provide a wide range of clinical assessments for use in psychology, health, social care and more, allowing you to work more effectively and meet the individual and particular needs of your clients. 

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  • HCR-20V3 contains extensive guidelines for the evaluation of not only the presence of 20 key violence risk factors in a client, but also their relevance to that particular client. It also contains information to help evaluators construct meaningful formulations of violence risk, future risk scenarios, appropriate risk management plans, and informative communication of risk. HCR-20V3 builds upon a…

  • The Self-Report Form is designed to be completed by adults 18-90 years of age, including adults with a wide variety of developmental, systemic, neurological, and psychiatric disorders such as attention disorders, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, depression, mild cognitive impairment, dementias and schizophrenia. The Informant Report For…

  • When ADHD persists into adulthood, it usually contributes to larger personal and professional difficulties. The CAARS measures the presence and severity of ADHD symptoms to help determine whether or not ADHD is a contributing factor to an individual’s problems. Key Features Multiple scales that assess ADHD and related symptoms and behaviours Self-report and observer rating forms ADHD Index…

  • The d2 consists of 14 test lines with 47 characters in each line. Each character consists of a letter, 'd' or 'p' marked with one, two, three or four small dashes. The test taker is required to scan the lines and cross out all occurrences of the letter 'd' with two dashes while ignoring all other characters. See how d2, together with the NEO PI-R personality assessment, helped one transport compa…

  • The d2-R consists of 14 test lines with 47 characters in each line. Each character consists of a ‘d’ or ‘p’ marked with one, two, three or four small dashes. The test taker must scan the lines and cross out all occurrences of the letter ‘d’ with two dashes while ignoring all other characters. The d2-R has been praised for its value in measuring focus of attenti…

  • The EDI™-3 is a revision of one of the most widely used self-report measures of psychological traits or constructs shown to be clinically relevant in individuals with eating disorders (the EDI-2). The EDI-3 has been significantly enhanced to provide scales and composites for measuring constructs that are more consistent with the psychological domains identified as relevant to eating disorde…

  • The Emotional Processing Scale (EPS) is a 25-item questionnaire designed to identify emotional processing styles and potential deficits. Developed over the course of 12 years by an experienced team, the EPS is for use by clinicians working in mental health, psychological therapy and health psychology, as well as researchers interested in the emotional life of healthy individuals and other populat…

  • The IPDE was developed within the Joint Program for the Diagnosis and Classification of Mental Disorders of the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) and provides a uniform approach for assessing personality disorders for both the DSM-IV™ and the ICD-10 classification systems. The interview is the most widely used of its kind and is the only personalit…

  • The MPQ is a multiple-choice questionnaire measuring 14 personality traits: Originality Rule consciousness Openness to change Assertiveness Social confidence Empathy Communicativeness Independence Rationality Competitiveness Conscientiousness Perfectionism Decisiveness Apprehension The test has 120 items. Online access to the MPQ is available via our TA Online platform. From within TA Onli…

  • The WHO International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) was developed to provide a standardised classification of functioning and disability. The framework provided by the ICF is detailed and complex, which means that it can be difficult to use in day-to-day clinical practice. The Mini-ICF-APP Social Functioning Scale was therefore created to allow the reliable and rapid …

  • The MMSE-2 retains the clinical utility and efficiency of the original MMSE. With a standard version that is equivalent to the original MMSE and new brief and expanded forms, the MMSE-2 expands its usefulness in populations with milder forms of cognitive impairment, including subcortical dementia. In revising the MMSE, the authors sought a variety of improvements. To better standardise the admini…

  • The NEO PI-R is recognised internationally as a gold standard for personality assessment. Today, reputable developers of personality tests for the occupational market will as a matter of course publish data on the relationship of their tests with the five factor model using one form or another of the NEO as the benchmark. The total amount of recent data from high level academic journals concernin…

  • The NEO Personality Inventory is a comprehensive measure of the Five Factor Model of personality, which remains unparalleled in its level of depth. Underpinned by a vast amount of research data, the NEO is substantive and robust – yet still concise in its measurement and easy to use in practice. Furthermore, our online testing platform makes delivering the NEO to individuals or groups easy,…

  • The NAB consists of six modules: a Screening Module and five domain-specific modules - Attention, Language, Memory, Spatial, and Executive Functions. Each of the six NAB modules is self-contained and may be administered independently of the other modules. The NAB can be purchased as individual module kits versus packaged as a complete kit, thus allowing the clinician increased flexibility to focu…

  • The PSI-4 is commonly used as a screening and triage measure for evaluating the parenting system and identifying issues that may lead to problems in the child's or parent's behaviour. This information may be used for designing a treatment plan, for setting priorities for intervention, and/or for follow-up evaluation. Other common settings for administration of the PSI-4 include medical centres wh…