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The purpose of this study was to examine the validity and reliability of the short Japanese version of Children's Anxiety Scale (Short-CAS), which was developed based on the Spence Children's Anxiety Scale (SCAS). Two hundred students (95 boys and 105 girls; mean age 14.01, SD 0.87) and their parents completed a questionnaire including the scales of anxiety, depression, temperament, and test anxiety. A factor analysis supported single factor structure of the scale. Item Response Theory (IRT)doi:10.14389/jsad.10.1_64 fatcat:h6vtddikbba6df2bugklromv3a