Screening for Problematic Worry in Adults With a Single Item From the Penn State Worry Questionnaire.

@article{Schroder2019ScreeningFP,
  title={Screening for Problematic Worry in Adults With a Single Item From the Penn State Worry Questionnaire.},
  author={Hans S. Schroder and Douglas A. Clark and Jason S. Moser},
  journal={Assessment},
  year={2019},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          336-346
        }
}
As the rapid assessment of mental health is a growing need, a quick and valid tool for the early detection of symptoms that can be flexibly deployed across a range of contexts may be especially beneficial. This is particularly true of anxiety problems, which when undetected contribute to health care costs and lost work productivity. Data from more than 10,000 respondents (primarily female undergraduates) were used to test whether a single item from the popular Penn State Worry Questionnaire… CONTINUE READING
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