Evidence-based assessment/Vignettes

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These pages contain clinical vignettes and worked examples of applying EBA techniques to cases. The names and some details have been changed to protect confidentiality, but the vignettes are all based on real people unless otherwise noted.

Name Demography Presenting Problem Diagnoses Probability & Bayes Cognitive-Achievement Clinical Sig
Arlene 16 year old, Hispanic female Stress, suicide attempt, family conflict MDD, ADD-Inattentive Yes, ASEBA -- TBA
Christopher 14 year old, White male Behavior change, missing school Bipolar I Yes, ASEBA -- TBA
Deshawn 7 year old, African American male Aggression, mood & hyper Cyclothymia Yes, ASEBA -- TBA
Jay 22 year old, White male undergraduate Stress, poor grades, attention problems ADHD No Yes, WJ TBA
Lea 18 year old, White female Stress, grades Bipolar II, Substance Yes, ASEBA+ Yes TBA
Tamika 11 year old, African American female Aggression, moodiness PTSD Yes, ASEBA -- TBA
Ty 12 year old, Korean American male Yes, ASEBA TBA
Hannah Baker 17 year old, White female Bullied, suicidal, depressed, sexually assaulted, family and friend conflicts. (13 Reasons Why Character) MDD HAM-D, MADRS -- TBA