A revision of the Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children, the MASC 2 assesses the presence of symptoms related to anxiety disorders in youth aged 8 to 19 years. The measure distinguishes between important anxiety symptoms and dimensions that broadband measures do not capture. The MASC 2 aids in the early identification, diagnosis, treatment planning and monitoring of anxiety-prone youth.
Features and Benefits
Comprehensive assessment of anxiety-related symptoms in youth
Assesses a broad range of emotional, physical, cognitive and behavioral symptoms that represent important dimensions of childhood anxiety
Multi-rater assessment with parent and self-report ratings in order to gather in-depth, multi-perspective information
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Index differentiates between children with an anxiety disorder and those in the general population
Computer-generated reports that describe a youth’s anxiety symptoms in detail
Easy administration, scoring, and interpretation of results
Obsessions & Compulsions
Inconsistency Index (response style)
The MASC 2 is a multi-rater assessment with 50-item self (MASC 2–SR) and parent (MASC 2–P) rating forms. Both rating forms can be administered using online or paper-and-pencil formats. All formats can be scored online using the MHS Online Assessment Center, or scoring software.
MASC 2 Complete Handscored Kit
MASC 2 Manual, 25 each of Self-Report and Parent Quickscore Forms