Tools for depression measurement
Here in this post, we are sharing the list of tools for Depression measurement. We have valuable content on depression (See). Keep visiting Mental Health.
- Adult Measure of Behavioural Inhibition (AMBI)
- Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-l)
- Bipolar Disorder Self-assessment test (Clinician Version)
- Boredom Proneness Scale
- Brief Assessment Schedule Depression (BAS-D)
- Carroll Rating Scale for Depression (CRS)
- Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression
- Children’s Depression Inventory (CDI)
- Children’s Hopelessness (Modified Version) Scale (CES-D)
- Children’s Hopelessness Scale
- Depression – Rochester Youth Development study
- Depression Adjective Check Lists, Form (DACL)
- Depression Self-Rating Scale for Children (DSRS)
- Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scales DASS- 21
- Depression, Anxiety, and Stress Scales DASS- 42
- DSM Screener for Depression
- Duke Anxiety-Depression Scale (DUKE-AD)
- Edinburgh Depression Scale
- Generalized Contentment Scale (GCS)
- GERIATRIC DEPRESSION RATING SCALE (GDS)
- HAMILTON DEPRESSION RATING SCALE (HAM-D)
- Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAMD-17)
- Hopefulness-Hopelessness Questionnaire
- Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (IDS or QIDS)
- Irritability, Depression, Anxiety Scale (IDA)
- Kutcher Adolescent Depression Scale (KADS-11)
- Major Depression Inventory (MDI)
- Masculine Depression Scale (MDS)
- Modified Depression Scale
- Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS)
- Mood Disorder Questionnaire (MDQ)
- Multi-Attitude Suicide Tendency Scale (MAST)
- Patent Self-Report Questionnaire
- Perinatal Grief Scale (PGS)
- Pierce Suicide Intent Scale
- Retrospective Measure of Behavioural Inhibition (RMBI)
- Sample Orientation to Happiness Subscale Items
- SENSITIVITY TO PUT-DOWN (1 & 2) STRIVE TO AVOID INFERIORITY SCALES
- Subjective Happiness Scale (SHS)
- THE DEFEAT SCALE (D SCALE)
- THE ENTRAPMENT SCALE
- Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS)
How to Get a Scale for depression
There are two ways to get a scale:
- Contact to author/translator
- Internet browsing
Contact to author/translator: The first step in selecting a scale is to gather as much information as possible about the scale, including the name of the author/translator, the scale’s reliability, and its validity. There is now an author/name translator and email address. You must get permission from the author/translator through email before using the scale/tool.
Libraries: You can go to your university library and search for some thesis related to your topic and find the scale information.
Internet browsing: Simply, search scales on the internet.
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