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Gilliam Autism Rating Scale-3 (GARS-3)

Author: James E. Gilliam, PhD

  • Autism
  • Ages 3 through 22
  • Individual Administration
  • Norm Referenced

Description

The GARS-3 is one of the most popular measures in the field of evaluating Autism Spectrum Disorder and helps professionals identify autism in an individual and evaluate its severity. New with this edition is alignment with DSM-5, and the addition of 44 items. The instrument consists of 56 items based on DSM-5 diagnostic criteria and is organized into six subscales:

  • Restrictive/Repetitive Behaviors
  • Social Interaction
  • Social Communication
  • Emotional Responses
  • Cognitive Style
  • Maladaptive Speech

    The instrument was normed on a nationally representative sample of 1,859 individuals.

    Administration and Scoring

    The GARS-3 takes only 5–10 minutes to administer. Results are expressed as standard scores, percentile ranks, severity level, and probability that the individual does have autism.


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    DDD-1708

    Test Kit: Manual, 50 Summary/Response Forms, Instructional Objectives Manual

    $163.00

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    DDD-1709

    50 Summary/Response Forms

    $59.00

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