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The Bech, Hamilton and Zung Scales for Mood Disorders: Screening and Listening : a Twenty Years Update with Reference to DSM-IV and ICD-10

Author: Per Bech
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1995.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Hamilton Depression (HAM-D) and Anxiety (HAM-A) scales are the most widely used instruments for measuring outcome in mood disorders. The Zung scales have also been widely used, especially in psychopharmacology; however, they have also been used to measure both negative and positive well-being in WHO studies in psychosomatic medicine. These scales were developed around three decades ago. In collaboration with  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Per Bech
ISBN: 9783642976339 3642976336
OCLC Number: 851369372
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 63 pages 2 illustrations)
Contents: 1 Introduction --
2 The Bech-Rafaelsen Melancholia Scale (MES) --
3 The Bech-Rafaelsen Mania Scale (MAS) --
4 The Social Dysfunction and Aggression Scale (SDAS-9) --
5 The Diagnostic Melancholia Scale (DMS) --
6 The Zung Depression and Quality of Life Scales --
Appendix 1. The Hamilton Depression Scale (HAM-D) Combined with the Melancholia Scale (MES) --
Appendix 2. The Melancholia Scale for Brief and Major Depression (MES/BMD) --
Appendix 3. Major Depression Rating Based on the HAM-D and MES (MDS) Scales.
Responsibility: by Per Bech.

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The Hamilton Depression (HAM-D) and Anxiety (HAM-A) scales are the most widely used instruments for measuring outcome in mood disorders. The Zung scales have also been widely used, especially in psychopharmacology; however, they have also been used to measure both negative and positive well-being in WHO studies in psychosomatic medicine. These scales were developed around three decades ago. In collaboration with Hamilton, the author has updated these scales to make them more applicable to the needs of health workers at all levels. The scoring sheets and the corresponding manuals of the scales are included along with the documentation of both internal (coherence) and external (discriminating and predictive) validity.

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