The Frontal Systems Behavior Scale (FrSBe) is a brief assessment of behaviour related to frontal systems damage, in adults 18-95 years of age. It provides a means to identify and quantify behavioural problems caused by frontal lobe damage, so those problems may be targeted for treatment.
The 46-item FrSBe behaviour rating scale is easier and less time-consuming to administer than a neuropsychological test battery.
Test Booklets include response scales for rating behaviour before the illness/injury (BEFORE) and after the illness/injury (AFTER).
The FrSBe Self-Rating Profile Form is used to plot the standardised T scores that were converted from the raw scores. BEFORE and AFTER T scores are plotted in the appropriate areas, and are then connected to provide a visual representation.
The Self-Rating Profile Form may only be used in conjunction with the Self-Rating Test Booklet.