Psychometric analysis and refinement of the Connor-davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC): Validation of a 10-item measure of resilience.
The 10-item CD-RISC displays excellent psychometric properties and allows for efficient measurement of resilience and demonstrates good internal consistency and construct validity.
Developing an optimal short‐form of the PTSD Checklist for DSM‐5 (PCL‐5)
The results of analyses designed to create an optimal short‐form PCL for DSM‐5 (PCL‐5) using both machine learning and conventional scale development methods are presented.
The Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale: a comparison of the psychometric properties of self-report and clinician-administered formats
Results of this study suggest that the self-report version of the LSAS compares well to the clinician-administered version and may be validly employed in the assessment of social anxiety disorder.
Social fears and social phobia in the USA: results from the National Comorbidity Survey Replication
- A. M. Ruscio, T. Brown, W. Chiu, J. Sareen, M. Stein, R. Kessler
- Psychology, MedicinePsychological Medicine
- 2 November 2007
Social phobia is a common, under-treated disorder that leads to significant functional impairment and among non-co-morbid cases, those with the most fears were least likely to receive social phobia treatment.
The interpersonal expression of perfection: perfectionistic self-presentation and psychological distress.
It is argued that the need to promote one's perfection or the desire to conceal one's imperfection involves self-esteem regulation in the interpersonal context.
Social fears and social phobia in a community sample of adolescents and young adults: prevalence, risk factors and co-morbidity
Although generalized social phobics are more likely than non-generalized social phobia to receive mental health treatments, the treatment rate in this sample was low despite the fact that mental health services are free in Germany.
Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 79 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks, 1990–2015: a systematic analysis for the Global…
Full and partial posttraumatic stress disorder: findings from a community survey.
- M. Stein, J. Walker, A. Hazen, D. Forde
- Psychology, MedicineAmerican Journal of Psychiatry
- 1 August 1997
Interference with work or school was significantly more pronounced in persons with full PTSD than in those with only partial symptoms, although the latter were significantly more occupationally impaired than traumatized persons without PTSD.
An Insular View of Anxiety