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Inventories for DSM Disorders

Inventory Information

Listed below in alphabetical order are the disorders whose symptoms appear in

at least one Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory.

 

Acute Stress Disorder

 

There are one or two key symptoms of acute stress disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

AD/HD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder)

 

There is an 18-item AD/HD subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

  • ADHD-Screening Checklist (children and adolescents)

  • ADHD School Observation Code (elementary school)

 

Adjustment Disorder

 

There are one or two key symptoms of acute stress disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Agoraphobia

 

There is one key symptom of agoraphobia in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Anorexia Nervosa

 

There is a 3-to-4 item (depending on age) Anorexia Nervosa subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Antisocial Personality Disorder

 

There is a 7-item Antisocial Personality Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Anxiety Disorders

 

In DSM-5 the following are classified as anxiety disorders: separation anxiety disorder, selective mutism, specific phobia, social anxiety disorder (social phobia), panic disorder, agoraphobia, and generalized anxiety disorder. For more information about their inclusion in the symptom inventories, refer to these diagnostic labels in this list.

 

Asperger’s Disorder (see Autism Spectrum Disorder)

 

Autistic Disorder (see Autism Spectrum Disorder)

 

Autism Spectrum Disorder

 

There is a 12-to-16 item (depending on age) Autism Spectrum Disorder subscale as well as a 12-item Autistic Disorder and an 8-item Asperger’s Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

 

Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

 

There are two key symptoms of avoidant restrictive food intake disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

Binge Eating Disorder

 

There are two key symptoms of binge eating disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

 

Bipolar Disorder (see Manic Episode)

 

Body Dysmorphic Disorder

 

There is one key symptom of body dysmorphic disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Borderline Personality Disorder

 

The is a 20-item Borderline Personality Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Bulimia Nervosa

 

There is a 4-item Bulimia Nervosa subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Compulsions (see Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)

 

Conduct Disorder

 

There is a 10-to-15 item (depending on age) Conduct Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Conduct Disorder with Limited Prosocial Emotions

 

There is a 4-item Limited Prosocial Emotions subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

 

Depression (see Major Depressive Episode and Persistent Depressive Disorder)

 

Depressive Disorders

 

In DSM-5 the following are classified as depressive disorders: disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, major depressive disorder, and persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia). For more information about their inclusion in the Symptom Inventories, refer to these diagnostic labels in this list.

 

Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder

 

There are two key symptoms of disinhibited social engagement disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

 

Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders

 

In DSM-5 the following are classified as disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders: oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, intermittent explosive disorder, kleptomania and pyromania. For more information about their inclusion in the symptom inventories, refer to these diagnostic labels in this list.

 

Disruptive Mood Disorder

 

There is a 2-item Disruptive Mood Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

 

Dissociative Disorder

 

There is a 3-item Dissociative Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Drug Use and Abuse (see Substance Use)
 

Dysthymia (see Persistent Depressive Disorder) 

 

Eating Disorders

 

In DSM-5 the following are classified as eating disorders: avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. For more information about their inclusion in the symptom inventories, refer to these diagnostic labels in this list.

 

Enuresis / Encopresis

 

There are one to three key symptoms of elimination disorders in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary and secondary school)

 

Excoriation (skin-picking) Disorder 

 

There is one key symptom of excoriation (skin-picking) disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary and secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Gambling Disorder 

 

There is one key symptom for gambling disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Gender Identity Disorder

 

The is one key symptom of gender identity disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

 

There is an 8-item Generalized Anxiety Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (preschool)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Hair Pulling (see Trichotillomania)

 

Hypersomnolence Disorder

 

There is one key symptom of hypersomnolence disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Hypochondriasis (see Somatic Symptom Disorder) 

 

Insomnia

 

There is one key symptom of insomnia in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

 

There is one key symptom of intermittent explosive disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Kleptomania

 

There is one key symptom of kleptomania in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Major Depressive Episode

 

The is a 10-to-11 item (depending on age) Major Depressive Episode subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Manic Episode

 

There is an 8-to-9 item (depending on age) Manic Episode subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Narcolepsy

 

The is one key symptom of narcolepsy in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Nightmare Disorder

 

The is one key symptom of nightmare disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 

 

There is one key symptom each for obsessions and compulsions in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

 

There is an 8-item Oppositional Defiant Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

  • ADHD-Screening Checklist (children and adolescents)

  • ADHD School Observation Code (elementary school)

 

Panic Disorder

 

There is one key symptom of panic disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia)

 

There is an 8-to-10 item (depending on age) Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia) subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Distressing Event)

 

There is an 11-to-12 item Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Pyromania

 

There is one key symptom of pyromania in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Reactive Attachment Disorder

 

There is a 3-item Reactive Attachment Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

 

Schizoid Personality Disorder

 

There is a 3-item Schizoid Personality subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Schizophrenia

 

The is a 6-to-12 item (depending on age) Schizophrenia subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Selective Mutism

 

There is one key symptom of selective mutism in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary)

 

Separation Anxiety Disorder

 

There an 8-item Separation Anxiety Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

 

Sleep-Wake Disorders

 

In DSM-5 the following are classified as sleep-wake disorders: insomnia disorder, hypersomnolence disorder, and narcolepsy. For more information about their inclusion in the symptom inventories, refer to these diagnostic labels in this list.

 

Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia)

 

There is a 2-to-4 Social Anxiety Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary and secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Social Communication Disorder

 

There is a 4-item Social Communication Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory: 

 

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

 

Social Phobia (see Social Anxiety Disorder)

 

Somatic Symptom Disorder

 

There are 2 key symptoms of somatic symptom disorder in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary and secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

 

There is a 5-item Somatic Symptom Disorder subscale in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventory:

 

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Specific Phobia

 

There is one key symptom of specific phobia in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Substance Use Disorders

 

There are 6-to-7-symptoms of substance use disorders in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Suicidal Ideation

 

There is one key symptom of suicidal ideation in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory-4R (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Tic Disorders

 

There is one key symptom each for motor tics and vocal tics in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child Symptom Inventory (elementary school)

  • Adolescent Symptom Inventory (secondary school)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary school)

  • Youth’s (Self Report) Inventory (secondary school)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)

 

Tourette Syndrome (see Tic Disorders)

 

Trichotillomania

 

There is one key symptom of trichotillomania in the following Checkmate Plus Symptom Inventories:

 

  • Early Childhood Inventory (early childhood)

  • Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory (elementary & secondary)

  • Adult Inventories (adults)