Youth's (Self Report) Inventory-4R
The Youth's (Self Report) Inventory-4R (YI-4R) is a behavior rating scale for DSM-IV and DSM-5 emotional and behavioral disorders among adolescents between 12 and 18 years old who are attending middle or secondary school. The YI-4R contains 120 items and includes the symptoms of 18 disorders. Items in the YI-4R correspond to items in the Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory-5 and the Adolescent Symptom Inventory-4R. For each multi-item disorder there is an impairment question (i.e., the degree to which symptoms interfere with the youth’s social or academic functioning). The YI-4R can be read to the youth by a qualified clinician thus serving as a structured clinical interview. The YI-4R can be scored to derive symptom count cutoff scores (diagnostic model) or symptom severity scores (T scores based on a dimensional model). Scoring is quick and easy with user-friendly score sheets. The YI-4R replaces the earlier YI-4.
The YI-4R assesses the symptoms of the following disorders: *AD/HD *oppositional defiant disorder *conduct disorder *generalized anxiety disorder *social anxiety disorder *separation anxiety disorder *major depressive disorder *persistent depressive mood *bipolar disorder *schizophrenia *schizoid personality disorder *anorexia nervosa *bulimia *substance use. There are one or two key symptoms of each of the following disorders: *specific phobia *panic disorder *obsessive-compulsive disorder *adjustment disorder *acute stress disorder *motor tics *vocal tics *somatic symptom disorder.