Evidence based assessment/Process phase

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Process, Progress, and Outcome Phase[edit]

Overview[edit]

Rationale[edit]

Steps to put into practice[edit]

Annotated bibliography[edit]

Tables and figures[edit]

Commonly Used Outcome and Process Measures[edit]

Adult Behavior Checklist (ABCL) Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) PROMIS Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC)
Anorexia Nervosa
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Bipolar (adults)
Bipolar (child)
Conduct disorder
Depression (youth)
Generalized anxiety disorder
Non-suicidal self injury
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Oppositional defiant disorder
Posttraumatic stress disorder
Schizophrenia
Simple phobia
Social anxiety disorder
Substance use disorder
Traumatic brain injury

Clinically significant change benchmarks for widely-used outcome measures[edit]

Benchmarks Based on Published Norms
Measure Subscale Cut-off scores Critical Change

(unstandardized scores)

A B C 95% 90% SEdifference
Beck Depression Inventory[1] BDI Mixed Depression 4 22 15 9 8 4.8
CBCL T-scores

(2001 Norms)

Total 49 70 58 5 4 2.4
Externalizing 49 70 58 7 6 3.4
Internalizing n/a 70 56 9 7 4.5
Attention Problems n/a 66 58 8 7 4.2
TRF T-scores

(2001 Norms)

Total n/a 70 57 5 4 2.3
Externalizing n/a 70 56 6 5 3.0
Internalizing n/a 70 55 9 7 4.4
Attention Problems n/a 66 57 5 4 4.8
YSR T-scores

(2001 Norms)

Total n/a 70 54 7 6 3.3
Externalizing n/a 70 54 9 8 4.6
Internalizing n/a 70 54 9 8 4.8

References[edit]