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Strumenti del maltrattamento ed abuso


1. The peritraumatic distress inventory di Brunet, Weiss et al Peritraumatic Dissociative Experiences Questionnaire (PDEQ) di Marmar

2. PDS Posttraumatic Diagnostic Scale, di Foa

3. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Checklist (PCL)

4. Screen for Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms (SPTSS) di Eve Carlson

5. S. C. L. 90, Symptom Check List

6. Zung - Self-Rating Anxiety State  -SRA

7. Zung -  Self-rating Depression Scale – SDS

8. Beck Depression Inventory - BDI 21, 13 e 7

9. SDQ-20 Somatoform Dissociation Questionnaire di Nijenhuis,

10. Coping Orientation to Problems Experienced di Carver et al.

11. TEC, Traumatic Experiences Checklist, di Nijenhuis

12. Resilience Scale (RS10)  di Wagnild, , H. M. Young,  

13.  Resilience Scale for Adult (RSA) di Friborg

14. Duke Social Support Index

15. HARASS di Daniel J. Sheridan

16 a. The Revised Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS2) di Straus

16 b. The Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS2  Short Form)  di Straus e Douglas

17. Child Stress Disorders Checklist (CSDC)

18. Child Stress Disorders Checklist-Screening Form (CSDC-SF)

19. Child Dissociative Checklist (CDC) Version 3

20. Child Sexual Behavior Inventory (CSBI)

21. CSBI . frequenza dei comportamenti sessualizzati

22. Quality of Life Scale QOLS, di  Flanagan

23. Quality of Life Index -Generic Version  III, di Ferrans e Powers

24. WHOQOL - Bref  WHO Quality of Life

25. The Psychological General Well-Being Index (PGWBI)

26. Disability Assessment Schedule II (WHODAS II 36)

27. Disability Assessment Schedule II (WHODAS II 12)




A. Brunet, D.S.Weiss, et al. The Peritraumatic Distress Inventory: A proposed Measure of PTSD criterion A2, American Journal of Psychiatry, 158, 1480-1485; 2001.


.R. Marmar, D.S. Weiss, T.J. Metzler, The Peritraumatic Dissociative ExperiencesQuestionnaire. In J.P. Wilson, C.R. Marmar:” Assessing psychological trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder The Guilford Press, New York 1997.


EB. Foa: Posttraumatic Stress Diagnostic Scale. Minneapolis, MN, 1995.

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F.W. Weathers, et al., PCL-C for DSM-IV and PCL-S for DSM-IV,  Boston: National Center for PTSD – Behavioral Science Division, 1991.

 E. Carlson, Psychometric study of a brief screen for PTSD: Assessing the impact of multiple traumatic events. Assessment, 8, 431-441; 2001.

LR Derogatis , RS Lipman , L Covi . SCL-90: an outpatient psychiatric rating scale--preliminary report.Psychopharmacol Bull. Jan;9(1):13-28,1973.

WWK. Zung,: A rating instrument for anxiety disorders, Psychosomatics, 12:371, 1971.

WWK. Zung: A Self-Rating Depression Scale. Arch Gen Psychiatry, 12:63, 1965.AT.

Beck, et al., An inventory for measuring depression, Arch. Gen. Psychiatry 4, 1961.

E.R.S. Nijenhuis et al,  The development and the psychometric characteristics of the Somatoform Dissociation Questionnaire (SDQ-20). Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 184, 688-694, 1996.

E.R.S. Nijenhuis, et al., The psychometric characteristics of the Traumatic Experiences Questionnaire (TEC): First findings among psychiatric outpatients.  Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 9(3), 200-210, 2002.

G. M.Wagnild, , H. M. Young, Development and psychometric evaluation of the resilience scale, Journal of Nursing Measurement, 1(2), 165-178, 1993.


O.  Friborg et al., A new rating scale for adult resilience: what are the central protective resources behind healthy adjustment? International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research Volume 12, Issue 2, pages 65–76, June 2003. Trad. It. a cura dell’Associazione Salute Donna

Dan Blazer, et al., Duke Social Support Index (DSSI), Publisher(s): Educational Testing Service, 1990.

Daniel J. Sheridan,  Harassment in Abusive Relationships: A Self-Report Scale (HARASS).In: the National  Center for Injury Prevention and Control of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Measuring Intimate Partner Violence Victimization and Perpetration: A Compendium of Assessment Tools” Atlanta, Georgia, 2006.

A. M. Straus, E. M. Douglas,  A Short Form of the  Revised Conflict Tactics Scales, and Typologies for Severity and Mutuality  Violence and Victims, Volume 19, Number 5, Octobre 2004.


 F. Putnam, G. Peterson, Further validation of the Child Dissociative Checklist, Dissociation 7:204–211, 1994.;


 G.N. Saxe, M. Bosquet, Child Stress Disorders Checklist-Screening Form (CSDC-SF), National Child Traumatic Stress Network and Boston University School of Medicine, 2004. Form2.pdf


 G.N.  Saxe ,Child Stress Disorders Checklist: a measure of ASD and PTSD in children, J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 42(8):972-8; Aug 2003.


W.N.Friedrich, Child Sexual Behavior Inventory: Professional Manual. Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources, 1997.

W.N. .Friederich,  et al. (1992). Child Sexual Behavior Inventory: Normative and Clinical Comparisons. Psychological Assessment, 4, 303-311.


F. Putnam, G. Peterson, Further validation of the Child Dissociative Checklist, Dissociation 7:204–211, 1994.


 JC. Flanagan, A research approach to improving our quality of life, American Psychologist, 33, 138-147; 1978.


C.Ferrans, M.Powers, Psychometric assessment of the Quality of Life Index. Research in Nursing and Health, 15, 29-38,  1992.


 World Health Organization (WHO), WHOQOL Study Protocol. WHO, 1993.

HJ. Dupuy, The Psychological General Well-Being (PGWB) index. In: NK. Wenger, et al.. “Assessment of quality of life in clinical trials of cardiovascular therapies”, Le Jacq; New York 1984.

World Health Organization, Disability Assessment Schedule II, Phase 2 Field Trials – Health Services Research 36-Item Self-Administered Version

 World Health Organization, Disability Assessment Schedule II, Phase 2 Field Trials – Health Services Research 12 -Item Self-Administered Version.