Psychometric properties of the 42-item and 21-item versions of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales in clinical groups and a community sample.
The factor structure, reliability, and validity of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales (DASS; S. H. Lovibond & P. F. Lovibond, 1995) and the 21-item short form of these measures (DASS-21) were…
Robust dimensions of anxiety sensitivity: development and initial validation of the Anxiety Sensitivity Index-3.
The authors developed an 18-item measure, the ASI-3, which assesses the 3 factors best replicated in previous research: Physical, Cognitive, and Social Concerns and displayed generally good performance on other indices of reliability and validity, along with evidence of improved psychometric properties over the original ASI.
An expanded anxiety sensitivity index: evidence for a hierarchic structure in a clinical sample.
The multidimensional structure of perfectionism in clinically distressed and college student samples.
Support was found for Hewitt and Flett's (1991) original 3-factor conceptualization of perfectionism, although only for an empirically derived 15-item subset and 2 higher-order factors of adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism were found.
The nature and assessment of perfectionism: A critical analysis.
Mental Health Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence in Marital Relationships in a Nationally Representative Sample of Males and Females
- T. Afifi, H. MacMillan, B. Cox, G. Asmundson, M. Stein, J. Sareen
- PsychologyJournal of Interpersonal Violence
- 1 August 2009
IPV was associated with poor mental health outcomes for males and females, although sex differences are noted, and the sex differences indicate that females experience a wider range of poor mentally health outcomes compared to males.
Perceived barriers to mental health service utilization in the United States, Ontario, and the Netherlands.
Across locations, attitudinal barriers were more likely to be endorsed than structural barriers to service utilization, and the most striking reported cross-national difference was structural, with many more U.S. respondents (especially those with low incomes) reporting financial barriers than respondents in either Ontario or the Netherlands.
A National Survey of Gambling Problems in Canada
- B. Cox, Nancy Xiaonan Yu, T. Afifi, R. Ladouceur
- MedicineCanadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne…
- 1 March 2005
The 12-month prevalence of gambling problems in Canada was 2.0%, with interprovincial variability, and the highest prevalence emerged in areas with high concentrations of VLTs in the community combined with permanent casinos.
Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Depression–Anxiety–Stress Scales in Depressed and Anxious Patients
The Depression–Anxiety–Stress Scales (DASS; P. F. Lovibond & S. H. Lovibond, 1995) have shown considerable promise in their ability to differentially assess depression and anxiety symptoms. Most of…