YASR

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YASRYoung Adult Self-Report
YASRYou Are So Right
YASRYet Another Screen Reader
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YASRYour All-purpose Screen Reader
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He was granted political asylum and refugee status and, with a new start in an unfamiliar country, Yasr used learning to help create a successful life for himself, his wife and five children.
Yasr had been a mechanic for 20 years, and owned a business in Eritrea.
Yasr decided to get the qualifications for a new career in community integration work.
Yasr has since gained a UK driving licence and registration with the Security Industry Authority.
Yasr is developing a counselling project mentoring young men to improve their lives by tackling trauma, depression, anxiety and low self-esteem.
YASR scores indicate that both attempters and non-attempters had a greater number of psychosocial problem behaviors than is typical for their age.
DEMOGRAPHIC AND PSYCHOSOCIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SUBJECTS WITH FASD Suicide Attempters Non-Attempters (N=6) (N=5) Diagnosis FAS 3 3 FAE 3 2 Female Gender 5 3 Age (mean yrs) 24.1 23.2 Race White 4 5 Non-white 2 0 Education (mean yrs) 12.5 11.8 IQ (mean) 90.5 85.0 IQ (range) 72-113 79-92 YASR Scales (mean) Anxious/depressed 63.7 56.0 Withdrawn 60.8 58.0 Somatic 57.5 63.6 Thought Problems 61.5 58.2 Attention Problems 60.0 62.4 Intrusive 52.8 54.6 Aggressive Behavior 58.5 55.8 Delinquent Behavior 53.7 54.6 Total Problems 59.8 59.4 SCID Current Axis I diagnosis 4 4 * Current Axis II diagnosis 6 1 ** * Four (4) non-attempters had valid Axis I interviews and one (1) was not completed due to subject's time constraints.
Finally, significant correlations between the YASR and other theoretically meaningful measures of mental health demonstrate construct validity (Achenbach).
Long-term stability of the YASR is important, because we administered it at follow-up to measure psychological functioning throughout the time period of the study.
Cutpoints (t scores) on the YASR Internalizing and Externalizing subscales describe those higher than the 98th percentile as experiencing significant clinical symptoms and those higher than the 95th percentile as experiencing symptoms that are considered borderline clinically.
Family relationships were measured by the Adaptive Functioning subscale of the YASR, which contains 16 items that measure adaptive functioning in social relationships, at work, and at home.
Maladaptive coping mechanisms were measured using three questions on the YASR about the use of alcohol, tobacco, and drugs.