PhenX Logo
please waitPlease Wait...
PhenX Logo
My Toolkit
Log In

Review Measure

Essential Measures are only those items that are critical to the collection of the Measure or are necessary for the interpretation of results. Essential Measures are integral to the Measure. Without such information the data collected would be incomplete and/or misleading.
An additional PhenX Measure that the user may find helpful based on the selection of a particular PhenX Measure. Related PhenX Measures can include additional Measures that are needed to calculate a Derived Variable (e.g., Weight and Height are needed to calculate BMI), Measures that are commonly used in presentations and publications to present the value of the chosen Measures (e.g., Height and Weight by Race and Ethnicity), Measures that are conceptually related to the chosen Measure (e.g., Current Educational Attainment is conceptually related to Annual Family Income and Arm Span is conceptually related to Height), Measures that are physiologically and/or biologically related to the chosen Measure (e.g., Stroke and Heart Disease). Related PhenX Measures are suggestions only.
The Collections are an alternative to the research domains for browsing the PhenX Measures. Measures that are related by a specific topic are grouped together.

Browse » Domains » Psychiatric » Anxiety Disorders Symptoms

Browse Previous MeasureBrowse Next Measure
Measure: Anxiety Disorders Symptoms   #121800


A questionnaire to assess anxiety disorders, which include a number of different conditions such as panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social phobia, specific phobia, agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and posttraumatic stress disorder (APA, 2000).


This measure is used to screen an individual for the presence of anxiety disorders and to assess the severity of underlying symptoms. Anxiety disorders are one of the most prevalent psychiatric conditions occurring in about 18 percent of the population (Kessler et al., 2005). Anxiety disorders may be influenced by genetics and environmental factors and commonly occur with other physical conditions, such as cardiovascular, respiratory, and gastrointestinal disease, as well as with other mental illnesses such as depression and substance abuse disorders (APA, 2000). Furthermore, a significant proportion of pediatric psychiatric patients have anxiety disorders.



Psychiatric, phobia

Measure Release Date: November 28, 2017

* Adding this measure to My Toolkit will add all protocols associated with this measure.

« Back To Measures List

Site maintained by RTI International Home   |   Browse   |   Search   |   My Toolkit   |   Feedback Release: July 2, 2018, Ver 23