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Practitioner's guide to empirically based measures of depression

Author: Arthur M Nezu; et al
Publisher: New York : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.
Series: AABT clinical assessment series
Edition/Format:   Book

Part of a series of clinical assessment handbooks, this book guides clinicians and researchers in choosing practical tools relevant for clinical assessment, intervention, and/or research in this  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur M Nezu; et al
ISBN: 9780306462467 030646246X
OCLC Number: 730025782
Description: Online-Datei.
Contents: Series Preface. Preface. Section I: Guide to Volume I: Depression. 1. Introduction. 2. Overview of Depression. 3. A 10-Step Guide to Selecting Assessment Measures in Clinical and Research Settings; C. Maguth Nezu, A.M. Nezu, S.L. Foster. Section II: Assessment Instruments. 4. Measures of Depression, Depressive Symptomatology, and Depressive Mood. 5. Measures of Depression: Special Populations. 6. Measures of Depression-Related Constructs. Section III: Quick-View Guides. 4. Measures: Depression, Depressive Symptomatology, and Depressive Mood. 5. Measures: Special Population. 6. Measures: Depression-Related Constructs. References. Appendices. Glossary of Terms; S.L. Foster, A.M. Nezu. Reprinted Measures. Index.
Series Title: AABT clinical assessment series
Responsibility: ed. by Arthur M. Nezu ... [et al.].
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