The assessment of emotional distress experienced by people with an intellectual disability: a study of different methodologies.

@article{Bramston2000TheAO,
  title={The assessment of emotional distress experienced by people with an intellectual disability: a study of different methodologies.},
  author={Paul Bramston and Gerard J. Fogarty},
  journal={Research in developmental disabilities},
  year={2000},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={
          487-500
        }
}
The assessment of emotional disorders such as anger, depression and stress among people with an intellectual disability has traditionally used one of three methodologies: ratings by a significant other, a clinical interview or self-report. Despite the widespread use of all three methodologies, there is little research into their equivalence. This paper assesses the convergence among these three approaches for 147 people with a mild or moderate intellectual disability across the affective… CONTINUE READING

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