Young Adult Self Report

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The Young Adult Self Report questionnaire has been widely used with young adults. The YASR is used with young adults aged 18-30; it measures both competencies and internalizing and externalizing problems among individuals in their specified age groups. They are easy to administer, well accepted, and supported by an enormous body of research demonstrating validity and reliability. Problem scales include scores for withdrawal, somatic complaints, anxiety and depression, social problems, thought problems, attention problems, delinquent behavior, aggressive behavior, self-destructive behavior, and total problem behaviors. It takes about 40 minutes. This instrument is copyrighted and a use license has been obtained for this study.

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