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Element Type
Common Data Element
NIH Toolbox Emotion Domain Anger Parent Report 8 to 12 - Criticize scale
NIHTBAPR8to12CriticizeScl
Short Description
Scale of parent report for the statement: My child gets very angy if his/her parent or teacher criticizes him/her,as part of the NIH Toolbox Emotion Battery Anger Parent Report children ages 8-12
Definition
Scale of parent report for the statement: My child gets very angy if his/her parent or teacher criticizes him/her,as part of the NIH Toolbox Emotion Battery Anger Parent Report children ages 8-12
 

Biomedical Terminologies and Standards

Notes
Creation Date
2016-06-17
Historical Notes
References
For more information on scoring, please refer to the NIH Toolbox Scoring and Interpretation Guide: http://www.nihtoolbox.org/WhatAndWhy/Scoring%20Manual/NIH%20Toolbox%20Scoring%20and%20Interpretation%20Manual%209-27 12.pdf Steele RG, Legerski JP, Nelson TD, Phipps S. Pediatr Psychol. 2009 Jan-Feb;34(1):51-62. The Anger Expression Scale for Children: initial validation among healthy children and children with cancer.

Data Type
Alphanumeric
Input Restrictions
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
Pre-Defined Values
Population
Pediatric
Guidelines/Instructions
The NIH Toolbox Anger Survey is a self-report measure for ages 8-17 as well as a parent-report measure for ages 3-12. It assesses angry mood and aggression (verbal and physical). The self-report version is a 6-item fixed length form; the parent-report version for ages 8 to 12 uses a CAT format; and the parent-report version for ages 3 to 7 is a 9-item fixed length form. For the self-report version, each item administered has a 5-point scale with options ranging from never toalmost always. The parent-report CAT for ages 8 to 12 utilizes a 4-point scale ranging fromalmost never' toalmost always, while the parent-report version for ages 3 to 7 has a 3-point scale, ranging from never or not true to often or very true. Higher scores are indicative of more child anger.
Preferred Question Text
Choose the answer that best describes your child, or shows how your child usually feels: My child gets very angry if his/her parent or teacher criticizes him/her.
Category Groups and Classifications
DiseaseDomainSub-Domain
Traumatic Brain Injury Outcomes and End Points Psychiatric and Psychological Status
General (For all diseases) Outcomes and End Points Other Clinical Data

Classification

Concussion/Mild TBI :
Supplemental
Acute Hospitalized :
Supplemental
Epidemiology :
Supplemental
Moderate/Severe TBI: Rehabilitation :
Supplemental
General (For all diseases) :
Supplemental
Keywords
EmotionBattery , NIHToolbox , Anger
Labels
Effective Date
Until Date
Last Change Date
2018-05-07
See Also
Submitting Organization Name
NIH/CIT/BRICS
Submitting Contact Name
Bianca Siravo
Submitting Contact Information
Steward Organization Name
NIH/CIT/BRICS
Steward Contact Name
Olga Vovk
Steward Contact Information
Olga.Vovk@nih.gov
NINDS ID

Change History