The autism rating scale (ARS) is an instrument intended to investigate the personal level of experience of individuals with schizophrenia in real-life social situations. It originates from previous qualitative analyses based on in-depth interviews with persons with schizophrenia in clinical and research settings. The Italian adapted version of the ARS is herewith presented, and a brief description of the instrument is reported. The procedures followed for translation, adaptation and training of researchers are described. Lastly, the results on inter-rater reliability are shown.

Autism rating scale (ARS) - Italian version / Ballerini M.; Stanghellini G.; Chieffi M.; Bucci P.; Punzo P.; Ferrante G.; Merlotti N.; Mucci A.; Galderisi S.. - In: JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY. - ISSN 2284-0249. - ELETTRONICO. - 21:(2015), pp. 297-308.

Autism rating scale (ARS) - Italian version

Stanghellini G.;Chieffi M.;Bucci P.;Ferrante G.;Mucci A.;
2015

Abstract

The autism rating scale (ARS) is an instrument intended to investigate the personal level of experience of individuals with schizophrenia in real-life social situations. It originates from previous qualitative analyses based on in-depth interviews with persons with schizophrenia in clinical and research settings. The Italian adapted version of the ARS is herewith presented, and a brief description of the instrument is reported. The procedures followed for translation, adaptation and training of researchers are described. Lastly, the results on inter-rater reliability are shown.
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Ballerini M.; Stanghellini G.; Chieffi M.; Bucci P.; Punzo P.; Ferrante G.; Merlotti N.; Mucci A.; Galderisi S.
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