Gilliam Autism Rating Scale Second Edition. Eric Rozenblat, M.A., BCBA Caldwell College Assessment Project. Overview. Background of GARS II Changes from original GARS to GARS II Peer-reviewed literature about GARS Description/Administration of GARS II Scoring of GARS II
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Gilliam Autism Rating Scale Second Edition
Eric Rozenblat, M.A., BCBA
Easy to administerGARS II not enough to DX
Takes little timeAnecdotal parent questionnaire
Good reliabilityLack of peer-reviewed research on GARSII
Good validityRaters may be subjective
Easy to computeExaminer may not administer test on own
Relation to ABADoes not describe environmental contingencies
Direct ObservationExaminer qualifications (need specialists in autism with license)
Easy to score
Uses DSM IV Definition
Large Normative Sample
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