Get this from a library! BDI-II: inventario de depresión de Beck-II: manual. [Aaron T Beck; Robert A Steer; Gregory K Brown]. BDI-II. Inventario de Depresion de Beck. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Paidos. Beck, A. T., & Steer, R. A. (). Internal consistencies of the original and revised. The first Spanish adaptation of the Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) was published in This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of its first.
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Table 3 Fit Indices for Factor Models. Finegan E, Rickford JR, editors. Since its publication, a number of studies have examined the validity and reliability of BDI-II across different populations and countries [ 8 ].
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Implicaciones para el uso con Hispano-hablantes de origen mexicano se discuten. Interested individuals who were residents of Mexico were read an informed consent form and asked if they wanted to participate.
Therefore, a pilot study was first conducted to ensure that participants correctly understood the content of BDI-II items. Quantitative methods for verifying semantic equivalence of translated research instruments: The BDI-II is one of the most commonly used measures of depression and has demonstrated strong psychometric properties in a variety of settings and populations.
A systematic review of the epidemiological literature. Therefore, the purpose of the present study was twofold. The lack of psychometrically well-established measures for assessing depression in community hinder the early detection of symptoms, the evaluation of the effectiveness of interventions and the development of research programs aimed to identify risk factors associated to depression in Dominican population. Language in the USA: British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 59, International Journal of Psychiatry Clinical Practice.
After calculating basic psychometrics for each sample, a subset of data from both sample was randomly selected to explore with PCA since the BDI-II has not been tested with Mexican samples. Measures In addition to the BDI-II, participants in the student sample were given a demographic questionnaire, multidimensional coping styles questionnaire, a life stress checklist, and the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale HADS as part of a separate study.
Psychological Assessment, 15, Principles and practice of structural equation modeling 2nd ed New York: Norms and psychometric data were provided for undergraduates, community sample of Madrid, and a clinical population. One of the authors I. Comparisons between genders indicated a similar gender effect with females having higher scores Implications for use with Mexican-origin Spanish speakers are discussed.
Inthere were Published online Jun Thus, in contrast to different authors who advocate the use of BDI-II total scores and questioned the validity of subscales [ 1334 ], the present findings support the use of the BDI-II total score along with scores corresponding to each subscale, in agreement with Beck et al.
Adaptation of the BDI-II in Mexico
In particular, it would be worthwhile to further examine the capacity of BDI-II scores to discriminate between depressed and non-depressed subjects. Too little for too few.
Beck Depression Inventory-second edition. Student participants were contacted as part of a larger psychological intervention study tailored for medical students. An evaluation of dual-process theories of reasoning. Negative attitude, difficulty and somatic Depression stands out not only for its high prevalence, but also due to the probability of associated relapse and recurrence.
Components of depression and cross-measure communicability. This finding differs from common findings indicating that the affective factor should be subsumed by the cognitive [ 171858 ] or the somatic factor [ 5105960 ].
An empirical investigation of depression symptoms: Al analizar dichos resultados, no se observan diferencias importantes en los indicadores exhibidos por ambos modelos.
Another consideration is that there are alternative validation methods that can be implemented. In addition, they help show that the individual contribution of each specific factor is relatively weak in comparison with the influence exerted depresio the depression factor.
Adaptation of the BDI-II in Mexico
First, the sample study was selected by convenience being primarily compounded by individuals stem from general population. Communicating with Spanish-speaking patients. This highlights that although the BDI-II has components, it may not be the most appropriate instrument for obtaining precise measures of these components.
The two-factor Beck et al. VanVoorhis R, Blumentritt L. Estos resultados confirman la no existencia de diferencias relevantes en el grado de ajuste alcanzado por ambos modelos a los datos analizados. This may have multiple explanations. Differential antidepressant symptom efficacy: The purpose of this study was to explore the psychometric characteristics of an adaptation of the BDI-II for use with a Mexican, Spanish-speaking population.