Portland State University. Department of Psychology
Barbara J. Stewart
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Psychology
Hamilton rating scale for depression, Mental Depression -- Testing
1 online resource (86 p.)
The Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HRS), a 17-item observer-rated scale, was first developed in 1960 to assess the severity of depressive symptomatology in patients diagnosed as suffering from depression. The HRS has since demonstrated high inter-rater reliability (with coefficients ranging from .87 to .94), and has proven useful in measuring changes of severity following treatment.
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O'Brien, Kevin Page, "Factorial structure of the Hamilton rating scale for depression" (1981). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3065.
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