IPAT Anxiety Scale (1976) Self-Analysis Forms

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IPAT Anxiety Scale (1976) Self-Analysis Forms

The I. P. A. T. Anxiety Scale (“Self Analysis Form”) by Raymond B. Cattell (1957). The I. P. A. T. Anxiety Scale is a product of its author’s extensive studies of the factorial structure of personality. The present questionnaire consists of 40 items which best represent the five scales most heavily loaded in the anxiety factor. The Anxiety Scale, therefore, rests mainly on the construct validity obtained from the factor analyses. There are also empirical validities. The score is reported to have a high correlation with an objective test factor (U. I. 24) identified as anxiety. Norms for the total scores are based on 482 men and 313 women, of whom a large but unspecified number are college students. Approximate corrections for sex and age are stated but are not defended by adequate data. The manual gives 29 references. It seems evident that the I. P. A. T. Anxiety Scale has a sounder conceptual base than other current instruments of its type. Many of the functional properties of its scores remain to be established by future research, which will almost surely be forthcoming.

The IPAT is a brief, valid, and non-stressful questionnaire scale, measuring anxiety levels in adults and young adults. The test is in questionnaire form, is practically self-administering, and takes only five-to-ten minutes. It gives an accurate appraisal of free anxiety level, supplementing clinical diagnosis, and facilitating all kinds of research or mass screening operations where very little diagnostic or assessment time can be spent with each examinee. Ages 14 and over.

Self-Analysis Form (English)

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