CHADIS currently has the following computerized interviews, or questionnaires, available.
If you would like additional guidance, see our suggested questionnaire use.
|Parents' Emotions (Edinburgh) ||Postpartum depression in parents.||0-6 months|
|0-3 Questions/Concerns||Checklist of topics the caregiver wishes to cover during the pediatric visit.||0-3 years|
|0-3 Overall Appraisal of Functioning||Caregiver's rating of child's functioning across 5 major domains||0-3 years|
|0-3 Challenging Parts of Parenting||Checklist for caregiver to endorse most challenging parts of parenting this child.||0-3 years|
|0-3 Best Parts of Parenting||Checklist for caregiver to endorse best parts of parenting this child.||0-3 years|
|0-3 Adjectives to Describe Your Child||Checklist of adjectives to describe the child.||0-3 years|
|Infant Development Inventory ||Screening tool for the assessment of developmental delays in infants.||0-18 months|
|Toddler Social Development (M-CHAT) ||Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers (Screening tool for the assessment of autism spectrum disorders).||18-36 months|
|Family Interactions (McMaster) ||General Functioning Subscale of the McMaster Family Assessment Device (Questionnaire assessing quality of family interaction, family members' support for one another, conflict management, etc.).||All Ages|
|Social Support (MSPSS) ||Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (Screening tool for the assessment of an adult's social support from family, friends, and significant other).||All Ages|
|CHADIS DSM-PC ||Diagnostic questionnaires based on the DSM-PC.||3-12 years|
|Vanderbilt-Parent and Teacher Forms ||Tracking of ADHD symptoms over time.||6-12 years|
|Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC)-17-item version  and 35-item self-report version ||Screening of internalizing, externalizing, and inattention symptoms.||4-16 years|
|Health Risks-proprietary measure based on EPSDT questions||Health risks including exposure to HIV, TB, lead, low fluoride, smoker, substance abuser and person w/ low immunity/chemotherapy, live vaccine.||0-5 years|
|Medical History||Checklist of medical conditions (allergies, diabetes, depression, etc.) for which there is a history in the child's family.||All Ages|
|Potential Stressors ||Checklist of potential stressors and risk factors (financial problems, marital problems, etc.), derived from the 'environmental situations' list of the DSM-PC.||All Ages|
|Partner Interactions (PVS) ||Partner Violence Screen (three items intended as a screener for domestic violence).||All Ages|
|Patient Health Questionnaire for Adolescents (PHQ-A) ||Covers depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and substance abuse.||13-18 years|
|Ages & Stages Questionnaires® ||Screening tool for the assessment of developmental delay.||4 months - 5 years|
CHADIS is currently in the development phase of the following questionnaires.
|CHADIS-0-3-PC ||Parent questionnaire for ages 0-3 years covering a wide range of infant physical and behavioral areas. Results in conclusions needed for a comprehensive physical and behavioral checkup including the use of Zero to Three classification system (DC:0-3R) for disorder-level concern and the new problem- and variation-levels of concern as well as areas of strength.||0-3 years|
|2-PRIME||Two items intended as a screener for depression among adults.||All Ages|
|Legacy||Questionnaire assessing personality characteristics and talents that the caregiver feels are prevalent in the child's family, and that he or she hopes his or her child will also possess.||0-3 years|
|Parental Bonding Instrument ||A questionnaire -- modified from the original  -- assessing the nature of an adult's perceived experiences with his or her own parents.||All ages|
|0-3 Eating, Sleeping, and Regulation||General questions covering eating and sleeping routines, and child's regulatory capacity.||0-3 years|
|DC:0-3R: Sleep||Questionnaire assessing criteria for Sleep Disorders, derived from the DC: 0-3R ||0-3 years|
|0-3 Diagnostic Questionnaire: Relating and Communicating||Questionnaire assessing criteria for Disorders of Relating and Communicating, derived from the DC: 0-3R||0-3 years|
- Gardner W, Murphy, Childs, G et al. The PSC-17: a brief pediatric symptom checklist including psychological problem subscales: a report from PROS and ASPN. Ambulatory Child Health 1999;5:225-236.
- American Academy of Pediatrics (1996). Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Primary Care (DSM-PC), Child and Adolescent Version. Elk Grove Village, IL: Author.
- Epstein, N.B., Baldwin, L.M., & Bishop, D.S. (1983). The McMaster Family Assessment Device. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 9(2): 171-180.
- Zimet, G.D, Dahlem, N.W., Zimet, S.G., & Farley, G.K. (1988) The Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support. Journal of Personality Assessment 52 (1): 30-41.
- Robins, D., Fein, D., Barton, M., & Green, J. (2001). The modified-checklist for autism in toddlers (M-CHAT): An initial study investigating the early detection of autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 31 (2):131-144
- Cox, J.L., Holden, J.M., & Sagovsky, R. (1987). Detection of postnatal depression: development of the 10-item Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. British Journal of Psychiatry 150:782-786.
- Sturner, R.A., Albus, K., Thomas, J., Howard, B. A Proposed Adaptation of DC:0-3 for Primary Care, Developmental Research and Prevention of Mental Disorders. Infant Mental Health Journal.
- Emde, R. (ed) (2005) Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Development Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood: Revised Edition (DC:0-3R). Washington, DC: Author
- Wolraich M.L., Hannah J.N., and Pinnock T.Y. et al. (1996) Comparison of diagnostic criteria for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in a county-wide sample. Journal of the American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry 35:319-324.
- Johnson, et al (2002). Patient Health Questionnaire for Adolescents (PHQ-A) Journal of Adolescent Health.
- Feldhaus, K.M., Koziol-McLain, J., Amsbury, H.L., Norton, I.M., Lowenstein, S.R., Abbott, J.T. (1997). Accuracy of 3 brief screening questions for detecting partner violence in the emergency department. Journal of the American Medical Association 277 (17):1357-1361
- Sturner, R., Howard, B. J., & Morrel, T. (2003). Preliminary Validation of the DSM-PC. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 393-394.
- Sturner, R., Howard, B. J., Morrel, T., & Rogers-Senuta, K. (2003). Validation of a Computerized Parent Questionnaire for Identifying Child Mental Health Disorders and Implementing DSM-PC. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting.
- Sturner, R., Morrel, T., & Howard, B. J. (2004). Mental Health Diagnoses among Children being seen for Child Health Supervision Visits: Typical Practice and DSM-PC Diagnoses. PAS Meeting.
- Pedersen, W. (1994). Parental Relations, Mental Health, and Delinquincy in Adolescents. Adolescence 29 (116):975-990
- Parker, G., Tupling, H., & Brown, B. (1979). A Parental Bonding Instrument. British Journal of Medical Psychology 52: 1-10
- Bricker, D., Squires, J., Mounts, L., Potter, L., Nickel, R., Twombly, E., & Farrell, J. (1999). Ages & Stages Questionnaires®. A Parent-Completed, Child-Monitoring System, Second Edition. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc. Copyright © 1999 by Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc. All rights reserved.
- Ireton, H (2005). Child Development Inventory. Minneapolis: Behavior Science Systems, Inc.
- Kroenke, K., Spitzer, R.L., & Williams, J.B.W. (2002). The Patient Health Questionnaire - 2: Validity of a two-item depression screener. Medical Care 41: 1284-1292
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