Lecture 10 2-24-11

Lecture 10 2-24-11 - Psych325/HD370 Introduction to Adult...

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Unformatted text preview: Psych325/HD370 Introduction to Adult Psychopathology Prelim Review From the Brain to the Mind Class Assessment Data Lecture 10 2/24/11 Today’s Lecture 1. Class Assessment 2. From Brain to Mind 3. Functioning Systems 4. Prelim Review (your questions) Class Assessment Here’s what you filled out: A Demographics Form (self-report) Class Assessment Here’s what you filled out: A Demographics Form The CES-D, measuring depressive symptoms in the past week (self-report) CES-D Summary Scores You can score from 0-60 on the CES-D, but 16 is considered the cut-off for mild depression when used with an adolescent population. To be conservative, I used “18” as the cut-off. Here’s the findings … 62% of the class meets criteria for mild depression. CES-D Summary Scores Now a score of 22 or higher is considered “clinically relevant depression,” meaning the symptoms are severe enough to require treatment. Here’s the findings … 39% of the class meets criteria for clinically relevant depression. For Comparison, here is the same graph for a sample of young male prison inmates Class Assessment Here’s what you filled out: A Demographics Form The CES-D, measuring depressive symptoms in the past week An Early Memory Test asking for your earliest memory of mother (a projective) 1=negative memory 2=neutral memory 3=positive memory Class Assessment A Demographics Form The CES-D, measuring depressive symptoms in the past week An Early Memory Test asking for your earliest memory of mother One item from the Narrative Completion Test 1=positive 2=neutral 3=negative Class Assessment...
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course PSYCH 3250 taught by Professor Segal, h during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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Lecture 10 2-24-11 - Psych325/HD370 Introduction to Adult...

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