Developing Research Instruments | EPICSS
Valid and reliable measurement is a prerequisite for unbiased research results. Public health surveys typically rely on brief screening scales, developed in clinical settings, to measure illness in the general population.
In this project, we have validated several psychiatric scales in general population samples in Stockholm County, which is our primary research setting.
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Testing the Discriminant and Convergent Validity of the World Health Organization Six-Item Adult ADHD Self-Report Scale Screener Using the Stockholm Public Health Cohort.
Lundin A, Kosidou K, Dalman C
J Atten Disord 2019 Aug;23(10):1170-1177
Discriminant validity of the 12-item version of the general health questionnaire in a Swedish case-control study.
Lundin A, Åhs J, Åsbring N, Kosidou K, Dal H, Tinghög P, et al
Nord J Psychiatry 2017 Apr;71(3):171-179
Validity of the 12-item version of the General Health Questionnaire in detecting depression in the general population.
Lundin A, Hallgren M, Theobald H, Hellgren C, Torgén M
Public Health 2016 Jul;136():66-74
The validity of the symptom checklist depression and anxiety subscales: A general population study in Sweden.
Lundin A, Hallgren M, Forsell Y
J Affect Disord 2015 Sep;183():247-52
The use of alcohol use disorders identification test (AUDIT) in detecting alcohol use disorder and risk drinking in the general population: validation of AUDIT using schedules for clinical assessment in neuropsychiatry.
Lundin A, Hallgren M, Balliu N, Forsell Y
Alcohol. Clin. Exp. Res. 2015 Jan;39(1):158-65