Frontal Systems Behavior Scale (FrSBe)

Author(s) : Janet Grace and Paul F. Malloy

Publisher : PAR, 2001


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FrSBe Professional eManual

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Purpose: To assess behaviour related to frontal systems damage

Age: 18-95 years

Time: 10 minutes

Administration: Individual or group

The Frontal Systems Behavior Scale (FrSBe) provides a means to identify and quantify behavioural problems caused by frontal lobe damage so those problems may be targeted for treatment.        

It provides a brief, reliable, and valid measure of three frontal systems behavioural syndromes:

  1. Apathy
  2. Disinhibition
  3. Executive dysfunction

Two test booklets are available: self-rating and rating by a family member or caregiver. Two profile forms (Self and Family) allow comparisons of behaviours pre- and post-injury/illness.

It quantifies behavioural changes over time by including both baseline (retrospective) and current assessments of behaviour. The FrSBe includes a total score as well as scores on three subscales that correspond to the three frontal systems behavioural syndromes.

The FrSBe can be administered and scored online via PARiConnect.

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