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1

Give two generic anxiety scales.

Beck Anxiety Inventory
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory

2

When would you use the Beck Inventories?

Sessionally

3

What are the Beck Inventories?

Beck Depression Inventory (Beck et al., 1961)
Beck Anxiety Inventory (Beck et al., 1988)

4

What is the Hopelessness Scale (Beck et al., 1974)?

To check for suicidal intent

5

What measure can you use for suicidal intent?

Hopelessness Scale (Beck et al., 1974)

6

What measure could you use for agoraphobia and panic?

Agoraphobia Cognitions Questionnaire (Chambless et al., 1984)
Fear Questionnaire (Marks & Mathews, 1979)

7

What does the Agoraphobia Cognitions Questionnaire measure?

Catastrophic misinterpretations about the negative consequences of anxiety.

8

What does the Fear Questionnaire (Marks & Mathews, 1979) measure?

Three phobia subscores - agoraphobia, blood-injury phobia, social phobia

9

What measure could you use for Health Anxiety?

Illness Attitude Scale (Kellner, 1986)

10

What does the Illness Attitude Scale (Kellner, 1986) measure?

Concerns about death, pain, illness and bodily preoccupation. Helpful for highlighting areas for treatment.

11

What can you use to measure social phobia?

Fear of Negative Evaluation (FNE) and Social Avoidance and Distress (SAD) scales (Watson & Friend, 1969)

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What could you use to measure GAD?

Anxious Thoughts Inventory (AnTI; Wells, 1994)

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What can you use to measure OCD?

Maudsley Obsessive-Compulsive Inventory (Hodgson & Rachman, 1977)