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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) wereExpand
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The multidimensional structure of perfectionism in clinically distressed and college student samples.
Confirmatory factor analysis was used to evaluate 2 multidimensional measures of perfectionism (R. O. Frost, P. Marten, C. Lahart, & R. Rosenblate, 1990; P. L. Hewitt & G. L. Flett, 1991). On aExpand
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Desire for death in the terminally ill.
OBJECTIVE Euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide have become prominent medical and social issues. This study investigated the prevalence of the desire for death in terminally ill patients, theExpand
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Gatekeeper Training as a Preventative Intervention for Suicide: A Systematic Review
Objective: Suicide prevention remains a challenge across communities in North America and abroad. We examine a suicide prevention effort that is widely used, termed gatekeeper training. There are 2Expand
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Population attributable fractions of psychiatric disorders and suicide ideation and attempts associated with adverse childhood experiences.
OBJECTIVES We sought to determine the fractions of psychiatric disorders and suicide ideation and attempts in a general population sample attributable to childhood physical abuse, sexual abuse, andExpand
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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 ofExpand
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Adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism: developmental origins and association with depression proneness
An emerging body of evidence has supported the distinction of adaptive and maladaptive subtypes of perfectionism. Although it has been hypothesized that developmental factors, particularly parentingExpand
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Childhood adversity and personality disorders: results from a nationally representative population-based study.
BACKGROUND Although, a large population-based literature exists on the relationship between childhood adversity and Axis I mental disorders, research on the link between childhood adversity and AxisExpand
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Use of the Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations in a clinically depressed sample: factor structure, personality correlates, and prediction of distress.
The Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS; Endler & Parker, 1990) is a self-report measure of Emotion-, Task-, and Avoidance-oriented coping. The psychometric properties of the CISS wereExpand
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