The Adult Scale of Hostility and Aggression- Reactive/Proactive (A-SHARP)
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Type of Measure: The Adult Scale of Hostility and Aggression: Reactive/Proactive (A-SHARP) is an instrument for measuring aggressive and hostile behavior in adults. The scale consists of five subscales: (1) Verbal Aggression, (2) Physical Aggression, (3) Hostile Affect, (4) Covert Aggression, and (5) Bullying
Target Population: Adults with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities
Measurement properties and previous use: The psychometric properties of A-SHARP was assessed based on caregiver ratings of 512 adults. The study found that A-SHARP’s internal consistency were strong, with mean item subscale correlations ranging from 0.67 to 0.78 for the Problem scale. The median interrater (ICC) correlation coefficient was 0.75 for the Problem scale and 0.65 for the Provocation scale, again highly acceptable. Matlock, S.T.& Aman, M.G., 2014
Authors and Citation: Matlock, S.T. & Aman, M. (2011). Development of the Adult Scale of Hostility and Aggression: Reactive–Proactive (A-SHARP). American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 116, 130-141.
Licence: User Agreement provided on website and permission granted via email from Dr. Aman
Link to measure: : The Adult’s Scale of Hostility and Aggression: Reactive/Proactive (C-SHARP)