Angry Cognitions Scale
by Martin, R. C., & Dahlen, E. R. (2007). The Angry Cognitions Scale: A new inventory for assessing cognitions in anger. Journal of Rational-Emotive and Cognitive Behavior Therapy, 25, 155-173.
Directions: Below are several scenarios followed by types of thoughts people often have in similar situations. For each scenario, imagine that what is being described has just happened to you. Then, read each thought and check off the response indicating how likely you would be to have that thought or one similar to it in that situation. There are no right or wrong answers and you are not being asked whether these thoughts are appropriate - only how likely you would be to have similar thoughts.
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