Zung depression scale

Zung depression scale

Psychiatry An objective rating instrument that evaluates depression, anxiety, hostility, phobias, paranoid ideation, obsessive compulsiveness and others
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Searches were done for each of the six calendar years from 2010 to 2015, using the terms "Zung Depression Scale," "Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale," "Zung Anxiety Acale," "Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale," and "Zung Self-Rating Scale." Searches were limited to scholarly articles.
In Health Zung Depression scale.8 was utilized in scoring the depression levels in the study subjects.
SSDS has established concurrent validity with Zung Depression Scale (r = 0.55, p less than .0015 and against Self-Esteem Scale (r = -0.58, pless than .01,6).
Zung Depression Scale. (2012) Retrieved June 9, 2012 from http://www.depression-help-resource.com/zung-depression- scale.pdf.
The Zung depression scale was preferred to other similar tools as it evaluates depression in normal non-psychotic individuals and 15, 16 has been time tested .
The final research question examined in this study, "Is jealousy related to neuroticism?", was assessed by examining the Pearson Product Moment Correlations of Jealousy with the Zung Anxiety Scale, the Zung Depression Scale, and the PANAS.
The validity, reliability and factorial structure of the Zung Depression Scale in high school students.
Two questionnaires were completed by the subjects before intervention, post-Phase I and post-Phase II: The FM Impact Questionnaire (FIQ) (10) and the Zung Depression Scale. (11) FIQ has been designed to measure the components of health status that are most affected by FM.
In another study, 65% of hospitalised patients with leprosy were found to be clinically depressed using the Symptom Checklist-90-R, the Zung Depression Scale, and the Spielberger State-Trait Anxiety Inventory.
The content of its 20 items was gleaned from previous items used to measure depression such as those used in the Beck Depression Inventory and the Zung Depression Scale (Zung, 1967).