Anxiety Disorder Diagnostic Questionnaire (ADDQ)

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Author of Tool: 

Norton & Robinson

Key references: 

Norton, P. J., & Robinson, C. M. (2010). Development and evaluation of the anxiety disorder diagnostic questionnaire. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 39, 137-149.

Primary use / Purpose: 

The ADDQ is a 4-part self-report questionnaire assessing fearfulness and apprehension/worry, the severity, interference, and distress of the anxiety, as well as specific symptoms (i.e. shortness of breath, irritability).

Background: 

The ADDQ was constructed as a screening tool for the presence of clinical fear and anxiety independent of diagnoses, in both clinical and nonclinical populations.

Psychometrics: 

Support for the psychometric validity of the ADDQ is presented (Norton & Robinson, 2010).

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Files: 

PDF iconADDQ

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): 

https://dx.doi.org/10.13072/midss.154

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