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Depressive Symptomatology in Childhood

Sharon Houghton

Depressive Symptomatology in Childhood

an exploration of contributory factors.

by Sharon Houghton

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English

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Thesis (D. Phil. ) - University of Ulster, 1999.

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Open LibraryOL19833121M

QUICK INVENTORY OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY (SELF-REPORT) (QIDS-SR 16) Please circle the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days. General interest: 0 There is no change from usual in how interested I am in other people or activities. 1 I notice that I am less interested in people or Size: 14KB.   A brief history. The Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) is a item self-reporting questionnaire for evaluating the severity of depression in normal and psychiatric populations [1,2].Developed by Beck et al. in , it relied on the theory of negative cognitive distortions as central to depression [].It underwent revisions in the BDI-IA and and the BDI-II, Cited by: The 30 item Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (IDS) (Rush et al. , ) and the 16 item Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS) (Rush et al. ) are designed to assess the severity of depressive symptoms. Both the IDS and the QIDS are available in the clinician (IDS-C 30 and QIDS-C 16) and self-rated versions (IDS-SR.

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Depressive symptomatology in childhood was predicted by the overall family context. Cumulative effects of maternal depressive symptomatology, early care lacking in emotional supportiveness, abuse, and family stressors were observed.

Depressive symptomatology in adolescence, on the other hand, was specifically associated with maternal depression Cited by:   Males who were classified as overweight or obese at baseline, and remained so over the study period, were at increased risk of depressive symptomatology at follow-up (b=, 95% CI to ).

Inactivity among males over the 2-year study period was predictive of higher depressive symptomatology scores at follow-up (b=, 95% CI to ).Cited by: 8. Antecedents of depressive symptomatology in childhood and adolescence were examined in a prospective longitudinal study of at-risk youth (n = ) from families of.

Self-Esteem and Depressive Symptomatology in Children With Somatoform Disorders WILLIAM G. KRONENBERGER, PH.D.

GINA LAITE, M.D. LINDA LACLAVE, PH.D. This study investigated levels ofself-esteem and self-reported depressive symptomatol› ogy in a sample ofchildren diagnosed with somatoform by: 9. The 30 item Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (IDS) (Rush et al.) and the item Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS) (Rush et al.

) are designed to assess the severity of depressive symptoms. Both the IDS and the QIDS are available in the clinician (IDS-C and QIDS-C) and self-rated versions (IDS-SR and QIDS-SR).

Chapter 1: Introduction to Symptomatology Diagnosis is the determination of the nature of a patient's state of health. It is the sole means by which a doctor can rationally suggest the direction of treatment or referral.

There is controversy whether true depression can exists prior to late childhood. The reaction of infants to separation may be better conceived of as a grief reaction. The question is how the developmental process allows or limits the experience or expression of varying pathological moods and affects.

Depression like States of Infancy Depression During Early. We investigated the relationships among attachment representation, social withdrawal, and depressive symptomatology in childhood. A total of children aged 8. abstract = "Antecedents of depressive symptomatology in childhood and adolescence were examined in a prospective longitudinal study of at-risk youth (n = ) from families of lower socioeconomic by: Additionally, correlations between the IDS-SR and the H H HRSD 24 total scores were, andrespectively,providing evidence that the IDS and QIDS are measuring depressive symptoms in the same manner, Trivedi et al.

() found the QIDS-SR total score was highly correlated with the IDS-SR total score for adult. In this study, we found a general frequency of % for high and low depressive symptomatology, % for high depressive symptomatology and % for low depressive symptomatology, of whom % were undergoing peritoneal dialysis and % by: The efficacy of cognitive bibliotherapy for adolescents experiencing mild and moderate depressive symptomatology was examined with a group of 22 community-dwelling adolescents.

Cognitive bibliotherapy was determined to be superior to a delayed-treatment control condition. The treatment produced both statistically and clinically significant improvements in depressive Cited by:   Aim: Teenage pregnancy has been well studied from a demographic risk perspective, but less data examining the early interpersonal family experiences of teenage mothers are available.

We aimed to explore the relative impact of demographic, early interpersonal family relationships and depressive symptomatology as associations for Cited by:   Objectives: This report presents the national estimates of maternal depressive symptomatology prevalence and its socio-demographic correlates among major racial/ethnic-nativity groups in the United States.

We also examined the relationship of mental health-seeking patterns by race/ethnicity and nativity. Methods: Using the Early Childhood Longitudinal Cited by: Define symptomatology. symptomatology synonyms, symptomatology pronunciation, symptomatology translation, English dictionary definition of symptomatology.

The medical science of symptoms. The combined symptoms of a disease. symp′tomat′olog′ical adj. symp′tomat′olog′ically adv. or n the branch. ACE and depressive symptomatology in late pregnancy were strongly associated in a dose–response manner. Women with several ACEs had high odds of depressive symptomatology in late pregnancy and were more likely to report depressive symptoms both in late pregnancy and postpartum.

Abbreviations: ACE, adverse childhood experience; ADHD, attention Cited by: 3. The intent of the present study is to examine the relationship between egocentrism and depressive symptoms in young adults.

One hundred and fifty-two undergraduate students (53 males, 99 females) from the University of Ottawa (Canada), whose ages ranged from 18 to 25 years, completed the Adolescent Egocentrism and Sociocentrism Scale (AES; Enright, Skukla.

Thirty three currently battered women who sought counseling/support services from a Nassau County, New York community agency that provides services to victims of domestic violence participated.

Eighty-nine percent of the women experienced severe acts of physical abuse and 31% of the women required surgery or suffered concussions as a result of their Cited by: INVENTORY OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMATOLOGY (SELF-REPORT) (IDS-SR) NAME: _____ TODAY’S DATE _____ Please circle the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven days.

Falling Asleep: 0 I never take longer than 30 minutes to fall asleep. 1 I take at least 30 minutes to fall asleep, less. symptomatology [simp″to-mah-tol´ah-je] 1. the branch of medicine dealing with symptoms. the combined symptoms of a disease. symptomatology (simp'tŏm-ă-tol'ŏ-jē), Avoid the jargonistic substitution of this word for medical history or symptoms.

The science of the symptoms of disease, their production, and the indications they. Depressive disorder, also known as mood affective disorders, is a group of conditions where a disturbance in the person's mood is the main underlying feature.[1] The classification is in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and International Classification of Diseases (ICD).Mood disorders fall into the basic groups of elevated mood, such as mania or Author: Anna I.

Guerdjikova, Susan L. McElroy, Steven D Barger, Jürgen Barth, Simone Farrelly, Elaine Brohan. Some researchers state that childhood depressive symptomatology is similar to that of adults (Spitzer, ;Puig-Antich et al., ).Other investigators are still seeking to clarify the differences in symptomatology which exist be tween children and adults (i.e., Poznanski, ).Cited by: symptomatology.

The diagnosis of MDD or DD can be made if depressive symptoms are not due solely to the illnesses or the medications and if the child fulfills the criteria for these depressive disorders.

Because most children and adolescents presenting to File Size: KB. Downloadable (with restrictions). Compared with the general population, adolescents in out-of-home care are at greater risk of having higher rates of mental health problems including depressive symptomatology.

Although child maltreatment is the main reason for entering the out-of-home care system, only a few studies explored the association between child maltreatment Cited by: 2. Behavioral self-help books generated more than $10 billion in U.S.

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Features and benefits. A Depression Total score represents the overall severity of depressive symptomatology. An empirically derived clinical cutoff score helps to identify adolescents who may be at risk for a. The 30 item Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (IDS) (Rush et al.) and the 16 item Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS) (Rush et al.

) are designed to assess the severity of depressive symptoms. Both the IDS and the QIDS are available in the clinician (IDS-C 30 and QIDS-C 16) and self-rated versions (IDS-SRFile Size: 1MB.

to coded as having depressive symptomatology. From these an attempt was made to: (1) find clinical correlates which would aid in the recognition of de-pression in children and (2) find common denominators to further expand the growing knowledge about childhood depression rele-vant to the child's age, behavioral pattern, past history Cited by: Mixed anxiety–depressive disorder (MADD) is a diagnostic category defining patients who have both anxiety and depressive symptoms of limited and equal intensity accompanied by at least some autonomic features.

Autonomic features are involuntary physical symptoms usually caused by an overactive nervous system, such as panic attacks or intestinal distress.

The Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology Self Report or IDS-SR [4–5] is one example of a freely available depression measurement tool with good psychometric properties. It has been used widely in many studies in clinical populations [e.g.

6 – 7 ] as well as in community populations [e.g. 8 – 9 ].Cited by: 3. Treatment ofdepressive symptomatology in children with learning difficulties 57 Age Differences and Depressive Symptomatology in Children with Learning Difficulties 59 Gender Differences and Depressive Symptomatology in Children with Learning Difficulties 61 SIX CONCLUSION 63 Summary ofFindings 63 Implications ofFindings T1 - Major depressive disorder and depressive symptomatology as predictors of husband to wife physical aggression.

AU - Feldbau-Kohn, Shari. AU - Heyman, Richard E. AU - O'Leary, K. Daniel. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1Cited by: Adolescent depression: The impact of parental divorce during childhood as it manifests itself in adolescence.

relationship with mother emerged as the most significant predictor of adolescent depressive symptomatology.

Interparental conflict was found to be significantly associated with adolescent depressive symptoms when the parental.

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The influence of three gender role related variables-instrumentality, silencing-the-self and ruminating-on depressive symptomatology among 73 adolescents with a mean age of years was examined for this study.

Girls reported more symptomatology and Cited by: Association of depressive symptomatology and elder mistreatment in a U.S.

Chinese population: Findings from a community-based participatory research study. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma. Jan 2;23(1)Cited by: The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship of meaning in life and its dimensions to depression and general psychological health, as well as the differences concerning the meaning of life among individuals with low, moderate and high depressive symptomatology.

A sample of newly recruited young men for their national service in the navy, completed four Cited by: between reported childhood maltreatment, teasing, and parental bonding with adult AVPD symptomatology, whilst controlling for the potential influence of depressive and anxiety symptomatology.

Individuals suffering with AVPD are frequently diagnosed with comorbid depression and/or anxiety. Skodal et al. () found that as many as % of. Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (Clinician-Rated) (QIDS-C 16) Patient Name: Date: Please circle the 1 response to each item that best describes the patient for the last 7 days.

Total Score: (Range 0–27) For more information on scoring and interpretation, see the correspondence tables available at the IDS-QIDS home page of the.Aim: The continuous progression of population aging and the high prevalence of depression in the elderly are evident.

This investigation aimed to study the relationship between depressive symptomatology and the recall of autobiographical memories in the elderly, because studies in this field have shown that overgeneralization of autobiographical memories was presented as Cited by: 1.

Self-report instruments for the assessment of depressive symptoms in patients with psychotic disorders are scarce. The Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptoms (QIDS-SR16) may be a useful self-report instrument, but has received little attention in this field. This paper aimed to test the psychometric properties of the QIDS-SR16 questionnaire in patients with a Cited by: 6.