The Perceived Stress Scale - Children (PSS-C)

Stress and Anxiety
The Perceived Stress Scale - Children (PSS-C)

The PSS-C is helpful for the early identification of children at risk of anxiety/stress. This is important because stress appears to result in increased vulnerability for poorer school outcomes and reduced home functional performance, as well as resulting in problems with overall health, mental health and body weight. An effective and efficient assessment for early identification of anxiety/stress in children assists in the development of appropriate interventions.

Age Range



Mental Health and Wellbeing

Researcher(s) or Author(s)

Barbara Prudhomme White

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Core (Primary)
Pro (primary)

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