The tripartite model for assessing symptoms of anxiety and depression: psychometrics of the Dutch version of the mood and anxiety symptoms questionnaire.

@article{Beurs2007TheTM,
  title={The tripartite model for assessing symptoms of anxiety and depression: psychometrics of the Dutch version of the mood and anxiety symptoms questionnaire.},
  author={Edwin de Beurs and Margien E den Hollander-Gijsman and S Helmich and Frans G Zitman},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={45 7},
  pages={1609-17}
}
AIM The tripartite model conceptualizes symptoms of depression and anxiety in three groups: low positive affect and anhedonia, which is specific to depression, somatic arousal, which is unique to anxiety, and nonspecific general distress. The Mood and Anxiety Symptoms Questionnaire (MASQ) was developed to measure these symptom domains. This study reports on the psychometric properties of the Dutch translation of the MASQ. METHOD The questionnaire was completed by a population-based sample and… CONTINUE READING

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