• Publications
  • Influence
A SELF-RATING DEPRESSION SCALE.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of general psychiatry
  • 1965
The fact that there is a need for assessing depression, whether as an affect, a symptom, or a disorder is obvious by the numerous scales and inventories available and in use today. The need to assessExpand
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A rating instrument for anxiety disorders.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychosomatics
  • 1 November 1971
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Self-rating depression scale in an outpatient clinic. Further validation of the SDS.
RECENT development and use of the Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS) has Proven to be a valuable tool in the assessment of depressive disorders in a group of hospitalized inpatients. 1 There is aExpand
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From art to science. The diagnosis and treatment of depression.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of general psychiatry
  • 1 September 1973
In a review of the past and current literature on the classification of depression as a psychiatric disorder, it is apparent that diagnosis and treatment go hand-in-hand. The original KraepelinianExpand
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Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale and Depression Status Inventory
Every classification of depressive disorders uses the “Linnaean” binomial approach to its nomenclature that is familiar in taxonomies of both plant and animal kingdoms. Thus, the endogenous-reactiveExpand
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The measurement of affects: depression and anxiety.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Modern problems of pharmacopsychiatry
  • 1974
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Factors influencing the self-rating depression scale.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of general psychiatry
  • 1 May 1967
SINCE the initial publications on the development and validation of the Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS), 1,2 there has been continued interest in it. Diversity in the application of this tool isExpand
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The Depression Status Inventory: an adjunct to the Self-Rating Depression Scale.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical psychology
  • 1 October 1972
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The differentiation of anxiety and depressive disorders: a biometric approach.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychosomatics
  • 1 November 1971
• Current psychiatric concepts about anxiety and depression espouse two views which are: 1) that anxiety and depression are separate clinical entities, and 2) that anxiety and depression are twoExpand
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Prevalence of clinically significant anxiety in a family practice setting.
  • W. Zung
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1 November 1986
The Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale was administered to 739 consecutive patients seen in a family medicine center during a 9-month period. When a morbidity cutoff score of 50 was used, 20% of theExpand
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