The Subjective Experiences of Psychosis Scale (SEPS): Psychometric evaluation of a scale to assess outcome in psychosis

@article{Haddock2011TheSE,
  title={The Subjective Experiences of Psychosis Scale (SEPS): Psychometric evaluation of a scale to assess outcome in psychosis},
  author={Gillian Haddock and Lisa Eaton Cheryl Mosher Michelle Wood and Rachel Watts and G. Dunn and Jason Price},
  journal={Schizophrenia Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={133},
  pages={244-249}
}
BACKGROUND A range of outcome measures has been developed to assess psychotic symptoms. Many of these are observer based assessments which rate the presence and severity of broad symptom types. There is a need for service-user generated multi-dimensional scales to assess psychosis. AIMS To investigate the psychometric properties of a service user generated, self-report scale to assess recovery in relation to psychotic symptoms. METHOD The reliability and validity of the Subjective… CONTINUE READING

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