BRIEF®2: Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function®, Second Edition

 60.95 781.50

The gold-standard rating form for executive function testing!

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NB: Only available to clients based in the Republic of Ireland – qualification criteria applies (see qualification code and link below)

Authors: Gerard A. Gioia, PhD, Peter K. Isquith, PhD, Steven C. Guy, PhD, and Lauren Kenworthy, PhD

Purpose: Assesses impairment of executive function
Format: Paper and pencil, Online administration and scoring via PARiConnect
Publication Year: 2015
Age Range: 5 to 18 years
Administration: 10 minutes
Qualification Code: B

The BRIEF2 gives you the information you need to help children and adolescents with executive dysfunction. It digs deeper than similar measures and pinpoints exactly where and why children struggle, so therapists and schools can make informed and impactful intervention and accommodation recommendations.

Features and Benefits:

  • Saves time: Administer in just 10 minutes; online administration and scoring is also available.
  • Comprehensive: Includes information about executive functioning and ADHD in one test. Features increased sensitivity to executive function problems in key clinical groups such as ADHD and ASD.
  • Cohesive: Parallel structure across forms allows for more informed and effective interventions.
  • Trusted: The center of more than 1,000 peer-reviewed studies in 60 languages across six continents.

Test Structure:

  • Three domains evaluate cognitive, behavioral, and emotional regulation, and a Global Executive Composite score provides and overall snapshot of executive functioning.
  • Includes 10 clinical scales: Inhibit, Self-Monitor, Shift, Emotional Control, Working Memory, and Plan/Organize are included on all forms. Initiate, Task-Monitor, and Organization of Materials are also on the Parent and Teacher forms. The Self-Report Form also includes Task Completion.
  • Includes Inconsistency, Negativity, and Infrequency scales.
  • Print materials include separate Parent, Teacher, and Self-Report Rating Forms and Parent and Teacher ADHD Forms.

What’s New in the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, 2nd Ed. (BRIEF2) – by co-Author: Peter K. Isquith, PhD

Technical information:

  • Standardization sample (N = 3,603 total ratings) is matched by age, gender, ethnicity, and parent education level to U.S. Census statistics.
  • Clinical data provide support for evidence-based assessment and interpretation of clinical profiles.
  • Reliable change statistics make it easy to measure the significance of change in scores over time.

Additional BRIEF2 Resources:

  • New! BRIEF2 Interventions Handouts help parents, teachers, and students understand the executive functions and include detailed strategies to support and improve behaviors at home and in school.
  • The BRIEF2 ADHD Form uses scores and classification statistics to predict likelihood of ADHD and determine subtype.
  • BRIEF2 Screening Forms quickly indicate whether further assessment is needed.
  • The BRIEF2 Interpretive Guide helps practitioners assess student functioning, develop interventions and accommodations, and monitor behavior.
  • Parent and Self-Report forms are available in Spanish.
  • A free training course is available on the PAR Training Portal.
  • Sample PARiConnect reports, white papers, conference presentations, infographics, webinar Q&A documents, and much more are available via our Resources tab above.

Additional information

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Extent:

Complete Kit includes BRIEF2 Professional Manual with Fast Guide; 25 Parent, 25 Teacher, and 25 Self-Report Forms; and 25 Parent, 25 Teacher, and 25 Self-Report Scoring Summary/Profile Forms

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Publication Year:

2015

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