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ESQ-R

What is the ESQ-R?

The Executive Skills Questionnaire-Revised (ESQ-R) is a self-report questionnaire designed to assess an individual’s executive function skills. These refer to several cognitive processes including planning, organising, self-control, attention and problem-solving. The ESQ-R
consists of 25 questions that break down executive function into five domains including, time management, plan management, organisation, emotional regulation, and behavioural management. The ESQ-R is commonly used in various education and clinical settings to assess executive function in adults and children.

How are ESQ-R scores interpreted?

  • A score between 2 to 3 suggests a relative weakness within each domain
  • A score between 0 to 1 suggests a relative strength within each domain
  • It is important to note that the interpretation of ESQ-R scores should be done in tandem with other observations and clinical assessments.