A Rating Scale for Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Based on the DSM-IV Item Pool

@article{Silva2005ARS,
  title={A Rating Scale for Disruptive Behavior Disorders, Based on the DSM-IV Item Pool},
  author={Raul R. Silva and Murray Alpert and Enrique Rodriguez Pouget and Victoria Silva and Sarah E Trosper and Kimberly Reyes and Steven Dummit},
  journal={Psychiatric Quarterly},
  year={2005},
  volume={76},
  pages={327-339}
}
DSM IV includes three clusters of items that are used to establish diagnoses for the Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Attention Deficit, Conduct, and Oppositional Defiant. In this report, we examine the feasibility of using the items in each cluster to form a rating scale. We studied eighty-four consecutive school-aged referrals to an inner-city child and adolescent Psychiatry clinic. Case diagnosis was established with a clinician's KID-SCID assessment. Parents and teachers rated the 41 DSM… 
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