Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF-2)
Gerard A. Gioia, PhD, Peter K. Isquith, PhD
Ages: 5 to 18 years
Testing Time: 10 minutes for full assessment; 5 minutes for Screening Form; 15 minutes to score
Administration:Informant, self-report (ages 11-18); Individual
Features and Benefits:
- Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report forms (for ages 11-18 years) are now discussed in one manual and have increased parallel structure.
- Contains more concise scales, which reduces the burden on the parent, teacher, and adolescent respondent.
- Has increased sensitivity to executive function problems in key clinical groups such as ADHD and ASD.
- New 12-item Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report (for ages 11-18 years) screening forms quickly indicate whether further executive function assessment is needed.
- Standardization sample (N = 3,603 total ratings) is matched by age, gender, ethnicity, and parent education level to the U.S. Census.
- Improved internal structure, with scales supported by factor analysis and three indexes consistent with widely accepted theory: Behavior Regulation, Emotion Regulation, and Cognitive Regulation.
- Clinical data provide support for evidence-based assessment and interpretation of clinical profiles.
- New reliable change statistics make it easy to measure the significance of change in scores over time.
BRIEF-2-1 Complete Test Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $569.00
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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. Theoretic and statistically derived scales measure such aspects of behavior as the ability to control impulses, move freely between situations, modulate responses, anticipate future events, and keep track of the effects of ones behavior on others. The BRIEF-2 can be used to assess children who have either developmental or acquired neurological conditions such as learning disabilities, attention disorders, traumatic brain injury, lead exposure, pervasive developmental disorders, depression, and other medical conditions.