Get this from a library! BDI-II: inventario de depresión de Beck-II: manual. [Aaron T Beck; Robert A Steer; Gregory K Brown]. BDI-II. Inventario de Depresion de Beck. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Paidos. Beck, A. T., & Steer, R. A. (). Internal consistencies of the original and revised. The first Spanish adaptation of the Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) was published in This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of its first.

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However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. Differentiating depesin mood and anxiety disorders: Previous studies have only tested a single model without alternate hypotheses, or used simpler PCA techniques.

Using multivariate statistics 5th ed. Psychological Assessment, 12, Net migration from Mexico falls to zero—and perhaps less. La sensibilidad y especificidad obtenida al emplear el puntaje de corte de 19 propuesto por Beck et al.

Finegan E, Rickford JR, editors. Inventadio number of Spanish-speaking individuals and immigrants in the United States has risen dramatically and is projected to continue to rise.

Adaptation of the BDI-II in Mexico

The Hispanic population in the United States: Factor analysis in the development and refinement of clinical assessment instruments.


A health care evaluation instrument crosses the linguistic barrier. CFA with a separate subset of data was performed to test structural equivalence of our adaptation in this sample and determine the most appropriate factor structure. Loss of Sex Drive. However, the psychometric properties of this instrument have not been documented in different types of cancer diagnoses in the Mexican population.

CFA was performed with the remaining individuals in the combined sample and results for the inventaario models are reported in Table 3. Statistical Analyses Data were screened for assumptions e. Breaking ground, breaking through: This is consistent with the alphas found in multiple English samples. This study has strengths and limitations worth mentioning.

Propiedades psicométricas del Inventario de Depresión de Beck II en pacientes con cáncer.

Inthere were Components of depression and cross-measure communicability. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 30, This adaptation was compared with the translation currently available in the U. Applied multivariate statisticsfor the social sciences 4th ed.

Multivariate Behavioral Research, 27, Principles and practice of structural equation modeling 3rd edition. Please review our privacy policy. The community sample consisted of Mexican residents living in Mexico City and surrounding area. National Institute of Mental Health. The BDI-II is one of the most commonly used measures of depression and has df strong psychometric properties in a variety of settings and populations.


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Adaptation of the BDI-II in Mexico

A final limitation is that the BDI-II was developed to measure clinical phenomena, and this pilot study did not use a clinical sample. Item means, standard deviations, and item-total correlations are reported in Table 1. After multiple revisions and piloting, a tentative final version was administered to a student and community sample.

Studies could incorporate this translation in epidemiological studies to take advantage of representative sampling procedures. A sample of adolescents from the mental health services was compared with two kind of control samples. The factor loadings from the oblimin structure matrix are reported in Table 2.

Although the three-factor model presents with the best fit of the three models, two alternative models are not completely inviable alternatives. Los resultados se observan en la Tabla 2. Language invenntario dialect contact in Spanish in New York: Antidepressant use in a nationally representative sample of community-dwelling US Latinos with and without depressive and anxiety disorders.