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Chapter 2 Rating Scales for Depression

@inproceedings{Cusin2009Chapter2R,
  title={Chapter 2 Rating Scales for Depression},
  author={C. Cusin and Huaiyu Yang and A. Yeung and M. Fava},
  year={2009}
}
  • C. Cusin, Huaiyu Yang, +1 author M. Fava
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Over the past few decades, a number of clinician-rated and patient-rated instruments have been developed as primary efficacy measures in depression clinical trials. All those scales have relative strengths and weaknesses and some of them have been more successful than others, and have become the gold standards for depression clinical research. With all these measures available and with the evidence of their variable performance in clinical trials, it is becoming increasingly important to select… CONTINUE READING

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