Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) Test
ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder, starting in childhood, which is described by inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.
ADHD test for adults:
SCID-V-CV in Greek
ASRS-v1.1 in English
ADHD test for children:
ADHD-IV in Greek
CAP (Ages 6-12) in Greek
Edelbrock Rating Scale in English
SNAP-IV (Ages 6-17) in English
ADHD Test for adults:
SCID-V-CV is a semi-structured interview for adults which assesses ADHD criteria based on DSM-5.
ASRS-v1.1 is a self-report scale which measures ADHD symptoms in adults.
ADHD Test for children:
ADHD-IV is a checklist completed by parents and teachers of the child and scored by the clinician.
CAP is a short test for attention problems in children and/or students aged 6-12 which is completed by the evaluator who is observing the child.
Edelbrock Rating Scale is a checklist describing behaviors of a child and/or student and is completed by the evaluator who is observing the child.
SNAP-IV a short checklist completed by parents/guardians of the child aged 6-17 about inattention in various settings.