Brief Symptom Inventory


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Brief Symptom Inventory,

n.pr a short (53-question) test used to assess the patterns of symptoms in those undergoing psychiatric or medical treatment. Useful for initial patient evaluation, clinical situations of patient debilitation, outpatient clinics, and in measuring the progress of treatment.
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TABLE 2 Differences Between Lifetime Helium Users and Nonusers Across Psychiatric and Psychosocial Characteristics Helium Users Nonusers of Helium N = 81 N = 642 Brief Symptom Inventory Global Severity Index 65.
92 (BDI); BDI-II Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) 1, 5, 6, 9 .
A One-Sample T test did not reveal significant differences across psychiatric disorders using Brief Symptom Inventory for each unit at admission (P = .
TRIM-Revenge is the Revenge subscale of the Transgression Related Interpersonal Motivations Inventory, RFS-AN and RFS-PP are the Absence of Negative and Presence of Positive subscales of the Rye Forgiveness Scale, respectively, and the GSI is the Global Severity Index of the Brief Symptom Inventory.
The Brief Symptom Inventory and the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale: Discriminate validity between a self-reported and observational measure of psychopathology.
All respondents completed the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI; Derogatis 1993), consisting of 53 items assessing the extent to which youth were "bothered or disturbed" (0 = not at all; 4 = extremely) by a variety of thoughts or feelings "over the last seven days including today.
The Brief Symptom Inventory [BSI] is performed similarly to the State Anxiety Instrument [SAI].
In addition, their scores on the Brief Symptom Inventory measuring psychic and somatic anxiety were significantly lower than those of the usual-care group at all follow-up assessments, Dr.
The Brief Symptom Inventory (Derogatis & Melisaratos 1983) was used to assess current psychiatric severity.
The Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI) is a 53-item self-report questionnaire with established validity and reliability that assesses psychiatric symptomatology (Derogatis 1993).
The brief mood assessment tools used were the Multiple Affect Adjective Checklist (MAACL) for depression and the six-item anxiety subscale of the Brief Symptom Inventory.