The Social Phobia and Anxiety Inventory (SPAI) assesses specific somatic symptoms, cognitions, and behaviours across a wide range of potentially fear-producing situations to measure social anxiety and fear.
SPAI results are particularly useful when distinguishing between panic disorder, agoraphobia, and social phobia.
This 45-item test is an ideal screening instrument for schools, outpatient clinics, hospitals, residential treatment facilities, prisons and other correctional environments.
The SPAI Quickscore Form is a self-report form, with respondents circling their responses to all 45 items. They are required to choose on a scale of 0-6 how frequently the presented behaviour applies to them.
The carbonised sheet inside the Quickscore Form allows for quick and easy scoring by the examiner.