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Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia


Structured and semi-structured interviews, behavioural tests, self-report questionnaire,
self-monitoring, and computerised assessment

Purpose of Assessment for Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia

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Capture particular aspects of PDA, methods may be helpful for treatment planing and
ongoing evaluation

Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule-IV


clinician-administered, semistructured diagnostic interview, DSM IV diagnoses; assess full
range of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and commonly comorbid conditions, screen
for substance abuse disorders and psychotic disorders and provide a full medical history;
provides data regarding onset, course, and other features associated with anxiety
disorders. based on continuous ratings of severity; mostly used in research settings; good
interrater reliability
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Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia - Lifetime version,


modified for Anxiety Disorders, Updated for DSM-IV (SADS-LA-IV)
Semistructured clinical interview that assesses a variety of psychiatric conditions; provides
information in a variety of spheres that are not typically assessed in structured interview;
does not follow DSM-IV but combines criteria for anxiety disorders in the Research
Diagnostic Criteria and in the DSM-IV; initially designed to capture relationships among
diagnostic conditions and to assess for past episodes; provides information on anxiety,
mood, and substance use disorders, assesses for separation anxiety disorders in childhood,
hypochondriasis, somatisation disorder, tic disorders, and major psychotic disorders.
Allows for additional information not typically queried in a structured interview but may
be more cumbersome than other clinician-administered instruments

Panic Attack Questionnaire-Revised (PAQ-R)


Panic frequency and Severity; Measures phenomenology of panic attacks, including
symptoms, triggers, and coping styles, clinician administered; 20-30 minutes
administration time; detailed clinical interview that provides info on phenomenology of
panic attacks, including panic symptoms, situational triggers, and coping styles; provides
clinical and qualitative data, demographic data, family history of panic, course of panic
attacks over time, severity of panic symptoms, expectancies about panic, perceived control,
functional impairment, suicidal ideation, and coping strategies; no score
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Panic Disorder Severity Scale (PDSS)

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Panic frequency and Severity; Severity of diagnosis, 7 items, either self- or clinician-
administered, 5-10 minutes; 5 point scale; includes frequency of panic, anxiety-focused on
future panic, distress during panic, interoceptive avoidance, situational avoidance,
interference in social functioning, and interference in work functioning; cronbach's of .65;
simple method for clinicians to rate severity of panic-related symptoms in those diagnosed
with PD; can be used to track disorder

Panic and Agoraphobia Scale (PAS)


Panic frequency and Severity; Severity of Diagnosis, 13 items, either self- or clinician-
administered, 5-10 minutes; has two versions; specifically designed for use in drug trials;
assesses variety of aspects of PDA, including duration, severity, and frequency of panic
attack attacks, panic-related avoidance, functional impairment, and anticipatory anxiety;
cronbach's .88
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Panic Attack Symptoms Questionnaire PASQ)


Panic frequency and Severity; Duration of symptoms during a panic attack, 36 items,
clinician-administered, 10 minutes; lists 36 common panic symptoms, patients asked to
rate duration with which they experience these symptoms during a typical panic attack. 6-
point, Likert-type scale, ranging from "did not experience this" to "protracted period".
Cronbach's Alpha = 0.88; Now part of a larger, self-report measure known as the
Comprehensive Panic Profile;

Panic-Associated Symptoms Scale (PASS)


Panic frequency and Severity; Severity of Diagnosis, 9 items, either self- or clinician-
administered, 10 minutes; requires that patient receive psychoeducation and complete a
diary of panic related symptoms for 1 week. On the basis of the patient's report, clinician
completes the PASS which includes 5 rating scales; cronbach's of .69, poor internal
consistency
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Panic-Agoraphobic Spectrum Questionnaire (P-ASQ)


Panic frequency and Severity; Behaviors associated with agoraphobia, 144 items, clinician
administered, 20 minutes; items grouped on subdomains: panic attack symptoms, anxious
expectation, phobic and/or avoid ant features, reassurance sensitivity, substance
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sensitivity, general stress sensitivity, and separation sensitivity; If present, rated on 6-point
scale; no psychometric data available

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Agoraphobic Cognitions Questionnaire (ACQ)


Cognitive measures; frequency of catastrophic cognitions; 15 items, self-administered, 5
minutes; assesses frequency of frightening or maladaptive thoughts about the
consequences of panic and anxiety on a 5-point Likert scale; contains an "other" response
but it is not included in the mean score; good test-retest reliability r=.86; good internal
consistency .80 (Cronbach's)
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Agoraphobic Cognitions Scale (ACS)


Cognitive measures; degree of fear of situations, 10 items, self-administered, 5 minutes;
Assesses perceived negative consequences of panic that was designed to be used as an
outcome measure, 4-point Likert scale; fear of losing control, fear of bodily capacitation,
fear of embarrassing action;

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Agoraphobic Self-Statement Questionnaire (ASQ)


Cognitive measures; frequency of positive and negative thoughts during exposure to an
anxiety-provoking situation; 25 items, 5-point Likert scale (0-4) self-administered, 5
minutes
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Cognition Checklist-Anxiety Scale (CCL-A)


Cognitive Measures; anxious and depressed thoughts, 26 items, self-administered, 5-10
minutes; 5 point Likert Scale; good to be used as research tools

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Catastrophic Cognitions Questionnaire- Modified (CCQ-M)


Cognitive Measures; catastrophic thoughts about bodily sensations and personal
reactions; 21 items, self-administered, 10-20 minutes; measures emotional catastrophes,
mental catastrophes, and physical catastrophes
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Panic Appraisal Inventory (PAI)


Cognitive Measures; Anticipation of panic in a variety of situations, anticipated
consequences of panic, and perceived ability to cope with panic, and perceived ability to
cope with panic; 45 items, self-administered, 10-20 minutes; Rate the likelihood that they
will have a panic attack in 15 different situations

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Panic Belief Questionnaire (PBQ)


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Cognitive Measures; Beliefs about panic disorder, 42 items, self-administered, 10-20


minutes; including beliefs about panic itself and about one's ability to cope with it; 6 point
Likert scale from "totally disagree" to "totally agree" Cronbach's alpha = 0.94

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Anxiety Control Questionnaire (ACQ2)


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Measure of perceived control; perceived control over anxiety-related events, 30 items, self-
administered, 10-15 minutes; 6-point Likert scale ranging from 0 to 5. Sensitive to change
following CBT

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Albany Panic and Phobia Questionnaire (APPQ)


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Measure of panic-related avoidance; interoceptive, social, and situational avoidance; 27


items, self-administered, 5-10 minutes
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Mobility Inventory for Agoraphobia (MI)


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Measure of panic-related avoidance; avoidance of agoraphobic situations; 27 items, self-


administered, 5-10 minutes

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Fear Questionnaire (FQ)


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Measures of panic-related avoidance; avoidance of situations related to agoraphobia,


social phobia, and blood phobia, 15 items, self-administered, 5-10 minutes
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Phobic Avoidance Rating Scale (PARS)


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Measures of panic-related avoidance; agoraphobic avoidance, 13 items, clinician-


administered, 10-15 minutes

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Texas Safety Maneuver Scale (TSMS)


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Measure of panic-related avoidance; 50 items, self-administered, 5-10 minutes;

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Anxiety Sensitivity Index (ASI)


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Measure of sensation-focused fear and vigilance; 16 items, measure of anxiety over panic-
related sensations; 5 point Likert scale; cronbach's .88;

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Bodily Sensations Questionnaire


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Measure of sensaion-focused fear and vigilance; 18 item measure of anxiety focused on


bodily sensations; 5-point Likert scale; allows respondents to record an "other" response,
not included in the mean score
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Bodily Sensations Interpretation Questionnaire (BISQ)

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Measure of sensation-focused fear and vigilance; provides a description of 27 ambiguous


situations, the individual is asked why and responds with an open-ended interpretation of
the situation; four sub scales: panic body sensations, general events, social events, and
other symptoms
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Variables to Assess during a clinical interview for a client with panic


attack disorder
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Thoughts and beliefs regarding panic attacks


Anxiety over experiencing physical sensations
Panic-related behaviours
Nocturnal panic attacks
Cultural factors
Medical
Substance-Related Factors
Suicide Risk

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Essential areas for assessment of PDA


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Diagnostic assessment using a structured clinical interview to assess PDA and comorbid
disorders
Measure of panic attack severity, anticipatory anxiety, and phobic symptoms
Degree of impairment, overall severity,a nd improvement
Type and frequency of interval treatments
Medial conditions
Uses of panic attack diaries
Assessment of life events
Assessment of quality of life

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