What is the age range for the brief?

5- through 18-year-olds
The BRIEF is useful in evaluating 5- through 18-year-olds with developmental and acquired neurological conditions such as learning disabilities, ADHD, traumatic brain injury, low birth weight, Tourette’s Disorder, and autism.

What is the scale for brief?

Eight clinical scales (Inhibit, Shift, Emotional Control, Initiate, Working Memory, Plan/Organize, Organization of Materials, Monitor) and two validity scales (Inconsistency and Negativity) give the clinician a well-rounded picture of the behavior of the child or adolescent being rated.

What is the age range for the brief 2?

ages 11-18
The BRIEF-2 is a set of questionnaires for parents, teachers, and now older students (ages 11-18), designed to evaluate executive function from multiple perspectives.

How many items are in a brief 2?

Features and benefits. Derived from the gold-standard BRIEF2, the 12-item Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report Screening forms take just 5 minutes to administer and 5 minutes to score.

Does the brief 2 measure ADHD?

The BRIEF2 ADHD Form uses scores and classification statistics to predict likelihood of ADHD and determine subtype. BRIEF2 Screening Forms quickly indicate whether further assessment is needed.

How do you score a brief A?

The BRIEF-A takes approximately 10-15 minutes to administer. All 75 items are rated in terms of frequency on a 3-point scale: 0 (never), 1 (sometimes), 2 (often). Raw scores for each scale are summed and T scores (M = 50, SD = 10) are used to interpret the individual’s level of executive functioning.

How do you score a brief-A?

Does the brief measure attention?

The BRIEF is most often used to assess attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

How do you read a brief 2 score?

For all BRIEF2 clinical scales and indexes, T scores from 60 to 64 are considered mildly elevated, and T scores from 65 to 69 are considered potentially clinically elevated. T scores at or above 70 are considered clinically elevated.

What year was the brief 2 published?

Test Description. The Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Second Edition (BRIEF2; Gioia, Isquith, Guy, & Kenworthy, 2015), published by PARInc., is an updated individually administered rating scale of executive function (EF) for children and youth, aged 5 to 18 years.

What does the brief 2 diagnose?

BRIEF2 Self-Report Form scores are optional and can be used on the DSM-5™ Symptom Checklist. Compares profiles of parent and teacher ratings with profiles of children diagnosed with ADHD–Inattentive type and ADHD–Combined type. Examines probability of ADHD diagnosis using postive and negative predictive values.

What does the brief 2 test for?