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Clinician-Rated Dimensions of Psychosis Symptom Severity

Name:_________________________ Ages:______ Sex:[ ] Male [ ] Female Date:___________


Instructions: Based on all information you have on individual and using your clinical judgement, plaese rate (w/
checkmart) the presence and severity of the following symptoms as experinced by the individual in the past seven (7) days.

Domain Hallucination

0
Not present

1
Equivocal (severity or duration not sufficient to be considered psychosis) Equivocal (severity or duration not sufficient to be considered psychosis) Equivocal (severity or duration not sufficient to be considered disorganiz ation) Equivocal (severity or duration not sufficient to be considered abnormal psycomoto r behaviour) Equivocal decrease in facial expressivit y, prosody, gestures or selfiritiated behaviour

2
Present but mild (little pressure to respond to voice, or is somewhere bothered by voice) Present but mild (little pressure to act upon delusional beliefs, not very bothered by belief) Present but mild (some difficulty following speech)

3
Present and moderatec(s ome pressure to respond to voices, or is somewhat bothered by voices) Present and moderatec(s ome pressure to act upon beliefs or is somewhat bothered by beliefs) Present and moderatec(s peech often difficult to follow)

4
Present and severe (severe pressure to respond to voices, or is very bothered by voices) Present and severe (severe pressure to act upon beliefs or is very bothered by beliefs) Present and severe (speech almost impossible to follow)

Score

Delution

Not present

Disorganized speech

Not present

Abnormal Psycomotoric behaviour

Not present

Present but mild (occasional abnormal or bizzare motor behaviour or catatonia)

Present and moderatec (frequent abnormal or bizzare motor behaviour or catatonia)

Present and severe (abnormal or bizzare motor behaviour or catatonia almost constant)

Negative symptom ( restricted emotional expression or avolition

Not present

Present but mild decrease in facial expressivity,pr osody, gestures or self-iritiated behaviour

Present and moderate


decrease in facial expressivity, prosody, gestures or self-iritiated behaviour

Present and severe decrease in facial expressivity, prosody, gestures or self-iritiated behaviour

Domain Impaired cognition

0
Not present

1
Equivocal (cognitive function not clearly outside the range expected for age or SE; i. e., within 0,5 SD of mean Equivocal (occasionall y feels sad, down, depressed, or hopeless; concerned about having failed someone or at something but not preoccupied)

2
Present but mild (some reduction in cognitive function; below expected for age or SES, 0,5-1 SD of mean) Present but mild (frequent periods of feels sad, down, moderately depressed, or hopeless; concerned about having failed someone or at something but not preoccupied) Present but mild (frequent periods of somewhat elevated, expansive, or irritable mood or restlessness)

3
Present and moderate (clearly reduction in cognitive function; below expected for age or SES, 12 SD of mean) Present and moderate (frequent periods of deep depression, or hopelessness; preoccupation with guilt, having done wrong)

4
Present and severe (severe reduction in cognitive function; below expected for age or SES, >2 SD of mean) Present and severe (deeply depressed, or hopeless daily; delucional with guilt or unreasonable self-reproach grossly out of proportion to circumtance) Present and severe (daily and extensively elevated, expansive, or irritable mood or restlessness)

Score

Depression

Not present

Mania

Not present

Equivocal (occational elevated, expansive, or irritable mood or some restlessness)

Present and moderate (frequent periods of extensively elevated, expansive, or irritable mood or restlessness)