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Cite this (Kutcher Adolescent Depression Scale, RRID:SCR_003687)

URL: http://www.teenmentalhealth.org/images/resources/CAPN_11Item_KADS.pdf

Resource Type: Resource, material resource, assessment test provider

A psychological self-rating scale developed by Dalhousie University professor of psychiatry Stan Kutcher, to assess the level of depression in adolescents. While there are some variations, the 11-item version of the KADS is the most commonly used and most thoroughly verified for efficacy in monitoring outcomes in adolescents who are receiving treatment for major depressive disorder. Its items are worded using standard and colloquial terminology, and responses are scored on a simple 4 choice scale. There are ten questions about depression symptom frequency that the patient rates on a straight 4 point scale according to the following choices: hardly ever, much of the time, most of the time, all the time, and one question relating to the severity of suicidal ideation. Scores on the test range from 0 to 33. Unlike some rating scales, there is no threshold for sub-clinical presentation, or ranges for mild, moderate, and severe symptoms. Higher scores simply indicate more severe current depression symptoms. (Adapted from Wikipedia)

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Cite this (Major Depression Inventory, RRID:SCR_003688)

URL: http://psychology-tools.com/major-depression-inventory/

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A 12 item self-report mood assessment developed by the World Health Organisation that is able to generate an ICD-10 or DSM-IV diagnosis of clinical depression in addition to an estimate of symptom severity. Scoring: * Mild depression: A score of 4 or 5 in two of the first three items. Plus a score of at least 3 on two or three of the last seven items. * Moderate depression: A score of 4 or 5 in two or three of the first three items. Plus a score of at least 3 on four of the last seven items. * Severe depression: A score of 4 or 5 in all of the first three items. Plus a score of at least 3 on five or more of the last seven items. * Major depression: The number of items is reduced to nine, as Item 4 is part of Item 5. Include whichever of the two items has the highest score (item 4 or 5). A score on at least five items is required, to be scored as follows: the score on the first three items must be at least 4, and on the other items at least 3. Either Item 1 or 2 must have a score of 4 or 5.

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Cite this (Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale, RRID:SCR_003690)

URL: http://psychology-tools.com/montgomery-asberg-depression-rating-scale/

Resource Type: Resource, material resource, assessment test provider

A ten-item diagnostic questionnaire which psychiatrists use to measure the severity of depressive episodes in patients with mood disorders. Higher MADRS score indicates more severe depression, and each item yields a score of 0 to 6. The overall score ranges from 0 to 60. The questionnaire includes questions on the following symptoms: 1. Apparent sadness 2. Reported sadness 3. Inner tension 4. Reduced sleep 5. Reduced appetite 6. Concentration difficulties 7. Lassitude 8. Inability to feel 9. Pessimistic thoughts 10. Suicidal thoughts. Scoring: * 0-6 Normal/Symptom Absent * 7-19 Mild Depression * 20-34 Moderate Depression * >34 Severe Depression (Adapted from Wikipedia)

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