Beck Depressin Inventory (BDI)

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Beck Depression Inventory (Original) - English

The original Beck Depression Inventory created by Beck et al (1961).
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Beck, AT, Ward, CH, Mendeson, M, Mock, J. & Erbaugh, J. (1961). An Inventory for Measuring Depression. Archives of General Psychiatry,6 , 561-571.

Robinson, B. E., & Kelley, L. (January 01, 1996). Concurrent validity of the Beck Depression Inventory as a measure of depression. Psychological Reports, 79, 3, 929-30.

Pulos, S. (February 01, 1996). Validity of the Beck Depression Inventory with Eating Disorder Patients. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 56, 1, 139-41.

Vanheule, S., Desmet, M., Groenvynck, H., Rosseel, Y., & Fontaine, J. (January 01, 2008). The factor structure of the Beck Depression Inventory-II: an evaluation. Assessment, 15, 2, 177-87.

Hah, J., Carroll, I., Younger, J., & Mackey, S. (April 01, 2013). Exploratory factor analysis of the beck depression inventory: predictors of delayed opioid cessation after surgery in a pilot cohort study. The Journal of Pain, 14, 4.)