Beck Anxiety Inventory


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Beck Anxiety Inventory

A 21-question self-report instrument used to quantify the degree of individual anxiety, and regarded as particularly useful for identifying panic. Each question is marked from 0 (Not at all) to 3 (I can’t stand it), for a maximum possible score of 63. Those with scores ≤ 7 are not anxious; those ≥ 26 are severely anxious.
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Beck Anxiety Inventory is one of the most commonly used measurement tools for psychiatric patients and the general population to assess the symptoms and intensity of depression.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI; Beck & Steer, 1991) was designed to differentiate between behavioral, emotional, and physiological symptoms in individuals with anxiety and depression.
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Manual for the Beck Anxiety Inventory. San Antonio, Texas: Psychological Corporation, 1990.
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The measure consists of 5 composite scores: the Beck Depression Inventory for Youth (BDI-Y), the Beck Anxiety Inventory for Youth (BAI-Y), the Beck Anger Inventory for Youth (BANI-Y), the Beck Disruptive Inventory for Youth (BDBI-Y), and the Beck Self-Concept Inventory for Youth (BSCI-Y).
The 21-item Chinese version of Beck Anxiety Inventory was used to screen the degree of severity of anxiety symptoms.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), Portuguese version, (20) comprising 21 items or anxiety symptom affirmations that are evaluated by the subject on a scale of four points related to the levels of increasing severity of each symptom, was used to assess the anxiety symptoms of the patients.
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The participants who received 50 mg of saffron twice a day showed significant improvements on the Beck Depression Inventory and the Beck Anxiety Inventory by the end of the study.