DSM-5 Self-Rated Level 1 Cross-Cutting Symptom Measure - Adult
A 23-item measure that screens for the following DSM-5 domains: Depression; Anger, Mania, Anxiety, Somatic Symptoms, Suicidal Ideation, Psychosis, Sleep Problems, Memory, Repetitive Thoughts and Behaviors, Dissociation, Personality Functioning, and Substance Use.
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The measure produces a domain score for each of the following domains. The domain score represents the highest score on any item within the domain.
- Depression (0-4)
- Anger (0-4)
- Mania (0-4)
- Anxiety (0-4)
- Somatic Symptoms (0-4)
- Suicidal Ideation (0-4)
- Psychosis (0-4)
- Sleep Problems (0-4)
- Memory (0-4)
- Repetitive Thoughts and Behaviors (0-4)
- Dissociation (0-4)
- Personality Functioning (0-4)
- Substance Use (0-4)
For Depression, Anger, Mania, Anxiety, Somatic Symptoms, Sleep Problems, Memory, Repetitive Thoughts and Behaviors, Dissociation, and Personality Functioning, a domain score of 2 (Mild) or greater indicates additional inquiry and follow-up may be necessary
For Suicidal Ideation, Psychosis, and Substance Use, a domain score of 1 (Slight) or greater indicates additional inquiry and follow-up may be necessary
Recommended Follow-Up Measures
Awaiting guidance from APA on the appropriate Level 2 measures
American Psychiatric Association (2013)