Anger

PROMIS Emotional Distress / Anger-Child

The DSM-5 Level 2—Anger—Child Age 11–17 looks at anger in children and adolescents. It is useful to help track symptoms over time.

Total number of questions

6

Administration method

Self-report

Standardized cadence

Every week

Age range

11-17

Language

English

Scoring and interpretation

Answers are scored on a 5-point Likert scale from 1 for "Never" to 5 for "Almost always." Scores are summed and total scores range from 6 to 30. Higher scores are associated with higher levels of anger severity.

Reliability and validity

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