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    Concurrent validity of the Beck Depression Inventory as a measure of depression.

    Authors
    Robinson BE, Kelley L 
    Source
    Psychol Rep 1996 Dec; 79(3 Pt 1) :929-30.
    Abstract

    The Beck Depression Inventory was administered, along with measures of anxiety, locus of control, and self-concept, to 211 undergraduates at a major southern institution to test for concurrent validity. Correlations of scores on Beck's scale with other scores provide additional support for Beck's scale as a valid measure of depression.

    Mesh
    Adult
    Anxiety Disorders
    Depressive Disorder
    Humans
    Internal-External Control
    Personality Inventory
    Psychometrics
    Reproducibility of Results
    Self Concept
    Students
    Language

    eng

    Pub Type(s)
    Comparative Study Journal Article
    PubMed ID

    8969102

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