Age differences in the reliability of parent and child reports of child anxious symptomatology using a structured interview.

@article{Silverman1992AgeDI,
  title={Age differences in the reliability of parent and child reports of child anxious symptomatology using a structured interview.},
  author={Wendy Silverman and Andrew R Eisen},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={1992},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={117-24}
}
Test-retest reliability of child and parent reports of anxious symptomatology, using a structured interview (The Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for Children; ADIS-C and ADIS-P), was examined with 50 outpatients and their parents. The test-retest was 10 to 14 days. Reliability was examined for three parameters: (1) an exact match on primary anxiety diagnoses; (2) symptom scale scores; and (3) clinician's agreement on severity ratings. Overall, satisfactory reliability across the three… CONTINUE READING

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