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Extreme-reactions to a diagnostic interview: problems in screening for psychopathology in a non-referred sample of school children

Extreme-reactions to a diagnostic interview: problems in screening for psychopathology in a non-referred sample of school children
Extreme-reactions to a diagnostic interview: problems in screening for psychopathology in a non-referred sample of school children
There are currently a number of diagnostic interviews designed to assess psychopathology in children according to the DSM and ICD diagnostic systems. There is very little research about the way in which children and adolescents experience these interviews or potential problems with diagnostic interviewing. The aims of this article are to describe some extreme reactions to a diagnostic interview conducted for research purposes, review the available literature on this subject, and discuss the implications of the current findings with regard to clinical research
hildren and adolescents, reactions to diagnostic interviews, school-based research
1359-1045
505-512
Smith-Doyle, Jacqueline
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Bryant-Waugh, Rachel
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Smith-Doyle, Jacqueline
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Bryant-Waugh, Rachel
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Smith-Doyle, Jacqueline and Bryant-Waugh, Rachel (2001) Extreme-reactions to a diagnostic interview: problems in screening for psychopathology in a non-referred sample of school children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 6 (4), 505-512. (doi:10.1177/1359104501006004004).

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There are currently a number of diagnostic interviews designed to assess psychopathology in children according to the DSM and ICD diagnostic systems. There is very little research about the way in which children and adolescents experience these interviews or potential problems with diagnostic interviewing. The aims of this article are to describe some extreme reactions to a diagnostic interview conducted for research purposes, review the available literature on this subject, and discuss the implications of the current findings with regard to clinical research

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Published date: 2001
Keywords: hildren and adolescents, reactions to diagnostic interviews, school-based research

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Local EPrints ID: 27715
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/27715
ISSN: 1359-1045
PURE UUID: 9f6d672b-10c4-4ff4-b164-b1e53bf43c5f

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Date deposited: 27 Apr 2006
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 09:55

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Author: Jacqueline Smith-Doyle
Author: Rachel Bryant-Waugh

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