Talk:Evidence-based assessment/Which Questionnaire Should I Use?

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I really like this idea a lot, and the effort to format the information so that it is not overwhelming!

Some newer thoughts:

  1. The versions here do not include links to anchor cites
  2. This is going to be redundant with the corresponding tables on the Resource Kit (formerly the Portfolio) pages. I think that transclusion could be a better solution?
  3. Don't know why this didn't hit me sooner, but should the page be titled "Which questionnaire..." instead of "What..."??

Thanks for the work on this! Eyoungstrom (discusscontribs) 23:31, 7 January 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Some thoughts:

  1. "Broad Band" makes me think of ASEBA, BASC, CASI, SDQ... not diagnostic interviews like the KSADS. Not sure if we want to change the label ("multi-diagnosis" instead of broad band), or have separate sections by modality (checklist vs. interview, etc.)
  1. We will want to add links to the Wiki pages about the disorders (at the upper level) as well as to specific measures (putting the link at the drilled-down -- "this is what you want" position)
  1. We will also want to compare these to the list of chapters in the Guilford book, Hunsley's adult book, etc. and start integrating with them

Exciting stuff! Eyoungstrom (discusscontribs) 17:18, 10 December 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Diagnostic Interviews[edit source]

The Child and Adolescent Symptom Inventory is technically a checklist, not a diagnostic interview. It has algorithms to score it to get at a diagnosis, and a clinician could review it with the patient/family to confirm the diagnosis (treating it as a semi-structured interview), but it was not designed as an interview per se. We can either move or add a note (here, and/or on the CASI page) to clarify. Excellent work! Eyoungstrom (discusscontribs) 13:20, 7 August 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]