Child and Adolescent Behavior Inventory (CABI)
The Child and Adolescent Behavior Inventory (CABI; Burns, Lee, Servera, McBurnett, & Becker, 2015) is a revision of the previously-named Child and Adolescent Disruptive Behavior Inventory (CADBI). The CADBI has been examined in multiple publications representing samples from around the world, and the CADBI name was changed to the CABI to reflect the recent additions of SCT, anxiety, and depression subscales that are not disruptive in nature. The CABI consists of 10 modules assessing different psychopathology symptoms and functional impairment, with parallel parent and teacher versions. Recent validation studies have been published in Assessment and the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Translations are available or in progress in Dutch, Farsi, Korean, Spanish, and Turkish; please contact me if you are interested in using one of these translations or developing a translation into a new language.
Child Concentration Inventory (CCI)
The Child Concentration Inventory, Second Edition (CCI-2; Becker, 2015) is a youth self-report measure of SCT symptoms. This measure includes 16 items rated on a 4-point scale and is a revision of the original CCI for which initial validation results were published in the Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.
Adult Concentration Inventory (ACI)
The Adult Concentration Inventory (ACI; Becker, Burns, & Willcutt, 2015) is an adult self-report measure of SCT symptoms. This measure corresponds to the CCI-2 with the exception of slight modification in the anchors and the addition of SCT-related impairment items (which can be eliminated if necessary to reduce measure length). Initial validation results were published in Psychological Assessment.