Screen for Child Anxiety-Related Disorders - Child, 18-item version (SCARED-18Sy) - Lebanon
The Screen for Child Anxiety-Related Disorders - Child, 18-item version (SCARED-18Sy) is a child self-report instrument used to screen for childhood anxiety disorders, including general anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder, panic disorder and social phobia.
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In testing with Syrian refugee children in Lebanon, SCARED subscales had only moderate evidence of internal consistency and the total scores showed modest ability to discriminate between children with and without anxiety disorders. This version of the SCARED is not currently recommended for the purposes of screening for or estimating prevalence of anxiety disorders in the Syrian refugee context.
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