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Page 7 of 23 rev. January 2009 Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) Name of instrument Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI)
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Brief Symptom Inventory (Grade12/Year 13) Fast Track Project Technical Report Richard L. Lamb March 26, 2010 Table of Contents I. Scale Description
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Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI®) At a Glance: Administration: Paper-and-pencil, audiocassette, or computer administration; 8–10 minutes (53 items; 5-point rating scale)
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The depression and anxiety sub-scales of the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) are well-established. The approximate completion time for these items is 5 minutes. The BSI is a widely used self-report inventory designed to reflect current psychological symptom
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Self report instruments 1/08/09 Beck Depression Inventory – II Self-report measure of the severity of depression in adults and adolescents age 13 and older.
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Brief Fatigue Inventory STUDY ID# HOSPITAL # F. Enjoyment of life 012345678910 D. Normal work (includes both work outside the home and daily chores) 012345678 910 C. Walking ability 012345678 910 012345678910 B. Mood A. General activity
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biop s y c h o social i s s ue s BSI® 18(Brief Symptom Inventory18) Leonard R. Derogatis, PhD Overview Shortened form of the BSI® instrument that provides a
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the BSI-18 (Brief Symptom Inventory, Derogatis, 2001). The BSI-18 is the latest, most concise test in an integrated series of instruments designed by Derogatis to measure psychological distress. Widely used instruments in the series are
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Acupuncture BRIEF SYMPTOM INVENTORY FINAL 11-22-06.doc Acupuncture – BRIEF SYMPTOM INVENTORY To be completed by patient. Patient Name _____ HealthPartners ID # _____
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The Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI, Derogatis, 1975, 1993) is a 53-item self-report questionnaire designed to offer rapid screening of the symptoms of psychological disorders.
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1 Chapter 1 Development of the Brief Pain Inventory The Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) has become one of the most widely used measurement tools for assessing clinical pain.
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British outpatient norms for the Brief Symptom Inventory Christian Ryan* COPE Foundation, Ireland Background. The Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) is a popular measure of
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7.7 BRIEF SYMPTOM INVENTORY (BSI) PROCEDURES TERMINATION BSI 1. Planned Termination: The Termination BSI ideally should be given in the 3rd to the last session since clients often
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Brief Symptom Inventory (Year 14) Fast Track Project Technical Report . Richard L. Lamb . March 12, 2010 . Table of Contents I. Scale Description . II.
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Brief Pain Inventory (Short Form) 2. On the diagram, shade in the areas where you feel pain. Put an X on the area that hurts the most. Yes No 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4.
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sample protocol # institution patient sequence # hospital chart # do not write above this line brief pain inventory
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Int J Clin Health Psychol, Vol. 10. Nº 3 MOHAMMADKHANI et al. Brief Symptom Inventory in a sample Iranian 543 (e.g., college students, psychiatric in-patients, and the elderly).
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Brief Symptom Inventory (Grade12/Year 13) Fast Track Project Technical Report Richard L. Lamb March 26, 2010 Table of Contents I. Scale Description Product - Brief Symptom Inventory ( BSI ®)
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Brief Symptom Inventory Profile Report Leonard R. Derogatis, PhD ID Number: 505050505 Age: 44 Gender: Male Date Assessed: 03/27/2005 Adult Nonpatient Norms Copyright © 1992 NCS Pearson, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright © 1982, 1992 Leonard R. Derogatis, PhD.
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The Brief Pain Inventory (BPI) has become one of the most widely used measurement tools for assessing clinical pain. The BPI allows patients to
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Key Words: Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI), Substance Use, SPES students 1. Introduction Stachydrine called proline betaine or N, N-dimethyl proline, is the most simple pyrrole alkaloids. Stachydrine is the main active component of the Leonurus ...
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The SCL-90 R was designed as a short, self-report measure to assess an individual s cur-rent level of psychological distress on nine independent symptom dimensions.
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Guide, excerpted from the Child Symptom Inventory Screening and Norms Manual (Gadow & Sprafkin, 2002), provides a brief overview of the scoring procedures for the CSI-4. Although the scoring procedures for all the
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BSI - Brief Symptom Inventory The Brief Symptom Inventory is a 53 item, self-report measure of psychological distress developed by Derogatis & Melisaratos (1983) for use in the general, adult population. The
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Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) Derogatis & Melisaratos (1983) Not located online Roy-Byrne, Russo, Michelson, Zatzick, Pitman & Berliner (2004) The BSI is a self-administered instrument for adults to report their mental health symptoms to inform clinical
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the Profile of Mood States, Symptom Distress Scale, Brief Symptom Inventory, or Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy. Table A. Description of Tools Name of tool Author/Year Domains or Factors # of Items Scaling Scoring Language Brief Fatigue ...
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and the depression scale from the Brief Symptom Inventory, in identifying cases of depression. Cases of major depression, dysthymia, and depressive disorder not otherwise specified (NOS) were identi- fied by means of ...
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Derogatis, L. BSI® Brief Symptom Inventory administration, scoring, and procedures manual. 1993; NCS Pearson. Through statistical analyses of data collected, it was noted that although this study’s
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Brief Symptom Inventory scores of Asian, Asian-American and European-American college students. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 1 (2), 149-158. Kreutzer, J.S., Gervasio, A.H., & Camplair, P.S. (1994). Primary care-
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CANNABIS USE IS ASSOCIATED WITH GREATER PSYCHOTIC SYMPTOMS AND INCREASED DEPRESSION Christina Comely John Howard Kevin Vaughn Diba Pourmand & Claire Wakefield
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Child Symptom Inventory-4 Child Symptom Inventory-4 (CSI-4) Brief description The Child Symptom Inventory-4 (CSI-4) is a DSM-IV-referenced rating scale
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Supplemental ; Short Description of Instrument: The mptom Brief Sy Inventory-18 (BSI-18) is a shortened version of the SCL-90, 18 items are rated on a 5-point rating scale; 3 clinical scales (Depression,
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cussion Symptom Questionnaire, Brief Symptom Inventory, and Fam-ily Assessment Device. RESULTS: There was a signiﬁcant difference between the mTBI and ECI groups in their survival curves for time to symptom resolution
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7.4 BRIEF SYMPTOM INVENTORY (BSI) PROCEDURES INITIAL BSI & RETEST BSI ADMINISTERING THE BRIEF SYMPTOM INVENTORY (BSI) 1. Second Session: Give the ½-sheet MEMO (green) [found in the chart] explaining the Options Program Outcome Study to
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Selecting Brief Instruments Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) and Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) Beck Depression Inventory State Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) Recommended Reading Chapter 14 Psychological Assessment and Treatment Planning.
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Key words: Brief Symptom Inventory, Volleyball, Female Player, Anxiety INTRODUCTION It has been recognized for many years that psychological factors, in particular anxiety, play an important role in competition (C.A. Lizuka, at al 2005) In ...
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An Initial Report on the Results of the Pilot of the Computerized Mental Health Intake Screening System (CoMHISS) Lynn A. Stewart . Correctional Service of Canada
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Brief Symptom Inventory 18 (BSI 18): adminis-tration, scoring and procedures manual. Minneapolis: NCS Pear-son Inc; 2001. 17. Derogatis LR. Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R): adminis-tration, scoring and procedures manual. 3rd ed. Minneapolis:
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Traumatic Events Screening Inventory (TESI) (Ford et al 2000) Brief Trauma History Questionnaire (THQ) (Green&Mueser ) used with PCL at intake to NH ... PTSD Symptom Scale-Interview (Foa et al, 1993) Post-traumatic Stress Diagnostic Scale (PDS) ...
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Objectives • Introduction to the Brief Pain Inventory • What are the Interference items? • What do clinical trial data suggest about the performance of the Interference items?
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Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) Developed in 1983 by Derogatis and Melisaratos, the BSI is a 53-item self-report questionnaire which can be used in initial evaluation of clients. It is described as an objective method of screening for psychological problems.
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BSI (Brief Symptom Inventory) The BSI is designed to reflect psychological symptom patterns of psychiatric and medical patients. This self-report is the short form of the SCL-90-R. Like the SCL-90-R, the BSI can help the clinician in initial
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tural Profile Inventory, version 3, the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) (Derogatis, 1975). and a brief demographics questionnaire. The BSI is a short version of the SCL-90 (Derogatis, 1977), and was used because it is a short and easy assay of avariety of areas of
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Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI) Health Status Questionnaire (HSQ-2) Validity Indicator Profile (VIP) Bonica’s Management of Pain (2001) This gives a variety of measures for pain and disability.
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The International Journal of the Addictions, 19(8), 849-857, 1984 Screening Drug Abuse Clients with the Brief Symptom Inventory David Royse," PhD
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CLINICAL INTERPRETATION Overall, the respondent's BSI symptom profile is not of a nature or magnitude to be considered in the clinical range. Nevertheless, noteworthy aspects of the record may be mentioned below.
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*Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) *Interpretive Report *Profile Report . California Psychological Inventory (CPI) California Q-Set Personality for Adults - Revised Edition (CAQ -90) *Campbell Interest and Skill Survey (CISS) Individual Profile Report
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Brief Symptom Inventory . Symptom Checklist ; 13+ 5 ; Short form of SLR-90-R . Brown Attention-Deficit Disorder Scales ; Behav Rating Scale . 12+ 15 . Allow 1 hr for set of checklists ; Burk’s Behavior Rating Scale . Behav Rati ng Scale ; Preschool . 15 ;
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