Measurement Suitability of the Center for Epidemiological Studies–Depression Scale among Older Urban Black Men

@inproceedings{Love2006MeasurementSO,
  title={Measurement Suitability of the Center for Epidemiological Studies–Depression Scale among Older Urban Black Men},
  author={Ashley S. Love and Robert J. Love},
  year={2006}
}
This study investigated the measurement suitability of the Center for Epidemiological Studies–Depression Scale (CED-S) when it was administered to older urban black men. This study used two samples of older black men in the Harlem Men’s Health Study (clinic, N = 404; community, N = 319). Three factors emerged in both the clinic and the community samples instead of four factors originally found in Radloff’s study. Depressive and somatic factors merged as one factor instead of as separate… CONTINUE READING

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