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Apathy Evaluation Scale - Informant version (AES-I)

Marin RS; Biedrzycki RC; Firinciogullari S

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Basic description

  • Developed in 1990
  • Available in four versions: clinician (AES-C), self-rated (AES-S), informant-male (AES-I-M); informant-female (AES-I-F) (family member, friend or professional caregiver)
  • Whenever possible, the clinician version (administered as a semi-structured interview) is preferred
Authors

Marin RS; Biedrzycki RC; Firinciogullari S

Copyright
© 1991, University of Pittsburgh. All rights reserved. This form is distributed by Mapi Research Trust under license.
Objective
To quantify and characterize apathy in adult and elderly patients
Therapeutic area
  • Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms
Therapeutic indication

Apathy

Type of Clinical Outcome Assessment (COA)
  • obsro ObsRO
Original language(s)
  • English for the USA
Bibliographic reference(s) of the original questionnaire

Marin RS. Differential diagnosis and classification of apathy. Am J Psychiatry. 1990 Jan;147(1):22-30. Review (PubMed abstract)

Marin RS, Biedrzycki RC, Firinciogullari S. Reliability and validity of the Apathy Evaluation Scale. Psychiatry Res. 1991 Aug;38(2):143-62 (PubMed abstract)

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Academic Users

It is not necessary to contact the Office of Technology Management at the University of Pittsburgh to use the AES for academic clinical research. Please follow the steps below to get translations from Mapi Research Trust.

For other types of use, please consult the University of Pittsburgh directly.

Healthcare organizations and commercial Users

The use of the questionnaire is licensed by the University of Pittsburgh.

A license agreement must be completed beforehand and a user fee is required.

Please contact:

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University of Pittsburgh
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Pittsburgh, PA  15260
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Phone: +1 412-383-7140
Email: cjweber@otm.tt.pitt.edu
Website: www.otm.pitt.edu and PSQI webpage

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Contact and conditions of use

Authors

Marin RS; Biedrzycki RC; Firinciogullari S

Dr. Robert S. Marin, MD
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
3811 O'Hara St,
Pittsburgh PA 15213, USA
Phone: (+1) 412 246 6274
E-mail: marinr@upmc.edu

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Conditions of use

Licensing

Academic Users

It is not necessary to contact the Office of Technology Management at the University of Pittsburgh to use the AES for academic clinical research. Please follow the steps below to get translations from Mapi Research Trust.

For other types of use, please consult the University of Pittsburgh directly.

Healthcare organizations and commercial Users

The use of the questionnaire is licensed by the University of Pittsburgh.

A license agreement must be completed beforehand and a user fee is required.

Please contact:

Carolyn J. Weber, MBA
Technology Marketing Manager
University of Pittsburgh
Office of Technology Management
200 Gardner Steel Conference Center
Thackeray & O'Hara Street
Pittsburgh, PA  15260
USA
Phone: +1 412-383-7140
Email: cjweber@otm.tt.pitt.edu
Website: www.otm.pitt.edu and PSQI webpage

Then proceed with the steps below to get translations from Mapi Research Trust.

Distribution of Translations

Existing translations produced by Mapi can be obtained from Mapi Research Trust

All requests have to be submitted through our online request management:

  1. Log in or Register for free
  2. Submit your request (Tutorials are available on our FAQs)
  3. Our PROVIDE team will get back to you with the needed information and license agreement in a timely manner

Fees may apply to your project.

Review copy

Examination copies can only be used for the limited purpose of examining the suitability of the Questionnaire for subsequent research and/or clinical use, and cannot be used in research or in clinical practice or distributed to others.
You are not authorized to modify, retype, translate, copy or otherwise duplicate the Questionnaire except with the further and prior written permission of Mapi Research Trust / the developers / copyright holders / distributors.

Languages

Original language(s)

  • English for the USA

Translations

The list of available translations is subject to constant changes and may not be exhaustive. It is provided for information only. Some recently produced translations may not be included in the list below yet. Please do check the status of available translations with Mapi Research Trust / the developers / copyright holders / distributors.

Also, the listed translations may not have undergone a full linguistic validation process and may require further work to be suitable for use in a study.

AES - Informant version TS

Czech for Czech Republic*
English for Australia*
English for Canada*
English for the UK*
French for Canada*
French for France*
German for Germany*
Italian for Italy*
Korean for Korea*
Polish for Poland*
Spanish for Spain*
Spanish for the USA*
Swedish for Sweden*
* Performed by Mapi/ICON

More information on translations

Bibliographic references of the translations:

German:
Lueken U, Seidl U, Schwarz M, Völker L, Naumann D, Mattes K, Schröder J, Schweiger E.[Psychometric properties of a German version of the Apathy Evaluation Scale].[Article in German]Fortschr Neurol Psychiatr. 2006 Dec;74(12):714-22. (PubMed abstract)

Italian:
Borgi M, Caccamo F, Giuliani A, Piergentili A, Sessa S, Reda E, Alleva E, Cirulli F, Miraglia F. Validation of the Italian version of the Apathy Evaluation Scale (AES-I) in institutionalized geriatric patients. Ann Ist Super Sanita. 2016 Apr-Jun;52(2):249-55 (PubMed abstract)

Japanese:
Kasai M, Meguro K, Nakamura K. [Reliability and validity of the Japanese version of the Apathy Evaluation Scale]. Nihon Ronen Igakkai Zasshi. 2014;51(5):445-52 (PubMed abstract)

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