K. Tritt, F. von Heymann, M. Zaudig, T. Probst, T. Loew, B. Klapp, W. Söllner, T. Fydrich & M. Bühner
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Records the degree of severity of psychological symptoms according to ICD-10 for the measurement of change and status in the clinical field and offers important clues to possible psychological comorbidities of the patient.
The clear differentiation and specific norming of the syndromes queried facilitate and objectivize the diagnostic process for psychotherapy and psychology professionals. A sound and quantified assessment of psychological symptoms based on the self-evaluation of the patients is an important component for an individualized treatment plan.
The main area of application therefore is clinical and health psychology and for young people and adults in the context of outpatient and inpatient routine care.
The person specifies for different statements to what degree they apply to him/her.
One test form.
The following main variables are scored:
Depression: Indication for the existence or degree of severity of depressive symptoms
Anxiety: Indication for the existence or degree of severity of anxiety symptoms
Compulsion: Indication for the existence or degree of severity of compulsion symptoms
Somatization: Indication for the existence or degree of severity of somatic symptoms
Eating disorder: Indication for the existence or degree of severity of an eating disorder
Overall scale: Indication of the manifestation of overall symptoms
Confidence interval Profile analysis
Item analysis protocol Progress chart Special diagrammatic representation of results Personalized Word report
1 Graphically prepared, tabular presentation of the scale-specific cut-off scores.