The DASS is a 42-item self report instrument designed to measure the core symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress. It consists of three self-report scales, each scale contains 14 items, divided into subscales of 2-5 items with similar content. The DASS may be administered either in groups or individually for research purposes. The principal value in a clinical setting is to clarify the locus of emotional disturbance, as part of the broader task of clinical assessment.
Scoring template can be downloaded by accessing the following link: DASS scoring template
Scoring and interpretation instructions are available in the user manual.
The DASS questionnaire can be downloaded by accessing the following link: DASS response form
The user manual is available for purchase on the DASS website: Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS)