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Assessment of Albanian adults psychopathology through cross-informant agreement

  title={Assessment of Albanian adults psychopathology through cross-informant agreement},
  author={E. Sokoli and Blerta Bodinaku and J. Paço and Ornela Gjergji},
  • E. Sokoli, Blerta Bodinaku, +1 author Ornela Gjergji
  • Published 2016
  • Aim: Adult psychopathology is principally assessed with self-report measures. The person assessed frequently offers a biased perspective of self. People knowing the person well (informants) usually view the person being assessed more realistically. The aim of this study was to compare respondents and informants perspectives in the Albanian adult population. Methods: Adult psychopathology in this study was assessed using two widely known psychometric measures of Achenbach System of Empirically… CONTINUE READING

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