La versión original del K-SADS-PL/TEA fue traducida al español por dos de los autores y retraducida al inglés por un traductor certificado ciego al estudio. PDF | The K-SADS-PL diagnostic interview is useful for the Estudio de fiabilidad interevaluador de la versión en español de la entrevista. The K-SADS-PL diagnostic interview is useful for the cross-sectional and La versión en español de la entrevista K-SADS-PL es un instrumento fiable para.
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However, this tool does not rate symptom severity; it should only be used to assess presence or absence of symptomatology. Most versions of the K-SADS also include “probes” or examples of questions that elicit symptom information. One k-saes-pl the most significant contributions to the field by Department of Psychiatry investigators is the development and testing of diagnostic tools for research and clinical practice.
Retrieved from ” https: Unlike other assessment instruments for children, it relies on answers to interview questions rather than only observations during games and interactions.
The interview was translated, back-translated and adapted to Spanish. The Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia K-SADS is a semi-structured interview aimed at early diagnosis of affective disorders such as depressionbipolar disorderand anxiety disorder.
This version rephrased the SADS to make the wording of the questionnaire pertain to a younger age group. The K-SADS is used to measure previous and current symptoms of affective, anxiety, psychotic, and disruptive behavior disorders.
There are no meta-analytic reviews of the reliability or validity of many of the versions.
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If the probe is espxol endorsed, additional symptoms for that particular disorder will not be queried. Articles needing additional references from January All articles needing additional references Articles with incomplete citations from January All articles with incomplete citations All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Forty psychiatric outpatients aged 6 to 17 years were evaluated.
The greater degree of clinical judgment required espwol also made the K-SADS less suitable for large epidemiological projects, which usually need to use interviewers with little prior clinical experience. This abstract may be abridged. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use.
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The interviews were videotaped and scored by three independent raters. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. This version of the K-SADS introduced screening questions, which, if negative, allowed skipping the remaining diagnostic probes.
Assessment of Childhood Disorders 4th ed. One limitation of the K-SADS is that it requires extensive training to give properly, including observation techniques, score calibration, and re-checks to test inter-rater reliability.
Scores of 0 indicate no information is available; scores of 1 suggest the symptom is not present; scores of 2 indicate sub-threshold presentation and scores of 3 indicate threshold presentation of symptoms.
This version of the KSADS streamlined the prior version using screens that trigger the use of a more detailed evaluation of multiple DSM disorders including mood, anxiety schizophrenia, disruptive disorders, ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, bulimia, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The investigators are now in the process of creating a computerized version of the instrument. Each item is rated on a rating scale.
Views Read Edit View history. The different adaptations of the K-SADS were written by different researchers and are used to screen for many affective and psychotic disorders.
Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia
Test-retest reliability of the schedule for affective disorders and schizophrenia for school-age children, present episode version”. The K-SADS is a semi-structured interview to measure current and past symptoms of mood, anxiety, psychotic, and disruptive behavior disorders in children ages years old.
All of them included both the child’s and parent’s interview. Kappa coefficients for affective, anxiety, ADHD, and disruptive disorders were equal to or greater than. Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria. The first version of the K-SADS differed from other tests on children because it relied on answers to interview questions rather than observances during games and interactions.
This original version assesses symptoms that have occurred in the most current episode within the week preceding the interviewas well as symptoms that have occurred within the last 12 months. Clinical psychology tests Schizophrenia Psychiatric instruments: It has been written and translated into 16 different languages, including Korean, Hebrew, Turkish, Icelandic, and Persian, is also available in several Indian dialects.
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Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Scores of 0 suggest no information is available; scores of 1 suggest the symptom is not present at all; scores of 2 suggest the symptom is slightly present; scores of 3 suggest the symptom is mildly severe; scores of 4 suggest the symptom is moderately severe; scores of 5 suggest the symptom is severe; and scores of 6 suggest the symptom is extremely severe.
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Assessment of children and adolescents can present unique challenges.