Modified Overt Aggression Scale

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The Modified Overt Aggression Scale (MOAS) is a rating scale used to measure the severity and frequency of aggressive behavior in individuals with mental health conditions. It is a tool that can be used in clinical research and practice to assess the effectiveness of interventions designed to manage aggressive behavior. The MOAS assesses four types of aggression: verbal aggression, aggression against objects, self-aggression, and physical aggression against others. It is a widely used tool that helps healthcare professionals to better understand and manage aggressive behaviors in their patients.

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