Parent-Child Diagnostic Agreement on Anxiety Symptoms with a Structured Diagnostic Interview for Mental Disorders in Children

@article{Popp2017ParentChildDA,
  title={Parent-Child Diagnostic Agreement on Anxiety Symptoms with a Structured Diagnostic Interview for Mental Disorders in Children},
  author={Lukka Popp and Murielle Neuschwander and Sandra Mannstadt and Tina In-Albon and S. Schneider},
  journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={8}
}
  • Lukka Popp, Murielle Neuschwander, +2 authors S. Schneider
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Frontiers in Psychology
  • Objective: In clinical structured diagnostic interviews, diagnoses based on parent and child reports have low to moderate agreement. The aims of the present study are (1) to examine diagnostic agreement on anxiety disorders between parents and children on the levels of current and lifetime diagnostic category and diagnoses focusing in particular on diagnostic criteria and (2) to identify parent- and child-related predictors for diagnostic agreement. Method: The sample consisted of 166 parent… CONTINUE READING
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