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The Suicidal Behaviors Questionnaire-Revised (SBQ-R):Validation with Clinical and Nonclinical Samples
Examination of the reliability and validity of a brief self-report measure of past suicidal behavior, the Suicidal Behaviors Questionnaire-Revised (SBQ-R), found that the most useful cutoff scores on the SBQ- R were 7 for nonsuicidal samples, and 8 for clinical samples.
The Pain Catastrophizing Scale: Further Psychometric Evaluation with Adult Samples
Assessment of the reliability and validity of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale in adult community and pain outpatient samples showed strong evidence of criterion-related, concurrent, and discriminant validity for the PCS in the community sample.
Factor Structure, Reliability, and Validity of the Pain Catastrophizing Scale
The Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS) has recently been developed to assess three components of catastrophizing: rumination, magnification, and helplessness and the ability of the PCS and subscales to differentiate between the responses of clinic and nonclinic undergraduate samples is evaluated.
Development and Initial Validation of the Self-Harm Behavior Questionnaire
Preliminary analyses indicate this new questionnaire is both valid and reliable when used with young adults drawn from a nonclinical population.
Factor structure and psychometric characteristics of the beck depression inventory-II
The present study evaluated the factor structure and psychometric properties of the Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II; Beck, Steer, & Brown, 1996) in the nonclinical sample of 230 young adults.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory: reexamination of factor structure and psychometric properties.
This study evaluated the fit of four competing models to data provided by a sample of 350 undergraduates and respecified the four-factor model as a single second-order BAI, and examined the relation of the BAI to several demographic variables.
Validation of the Adult Suicidal Ideation Questionnaire and the Reasons for Living Inventory in an adult psychiatric inpatient sample
This study investigated the factor structure of the Adult Suicidal Ideation Questionnaire (ASIQ) and the Linehan Reasons for Living Inventory (LRFL) in a sample of 205 adult psychiatric inpatients.
Gender, gender identity, rape myth acceptance, and time of initial resistance on the perception of acquaintance rape blame and avoidability
This study, including female (n = 355) and male (n = 179) college students, investigated the role of gender, gender role identity, rape myth acceptance, and time of initial resistance in assigning
Factor structure, reliability, and validity of the Beck Anxiety Inventory in adolescent psychiatric inpatients.
Overall, the BAI showed acceptable psychometric properties in these populations and was adequate in samples of psychiatric inpatient and high-school adolescents.
Suicide Resilience Inventory–25: Development and Preliminary Psychometric Properties
The development of the Suicide Resilience Inventory is described, used to assess factors that help defend against suicidal thoughts and behaviors, and results suggest the inventory is useful for assessing the construct of suicide resilience in terms of these three operationally defined dimensions.