Hamilton Depression Inventory
Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you analyze your selected psychological measure. As a part of your analysis, address the following items:
· Using the University Library, the Internet, or other sources, select at least two articles that discuss the use of your selected psychological measure. Briefly summarize your selected articles, and compare and contrast their findings.
· Based on the analysis of your articles, discuss the use of your selected measure. Explain who is qualified to administer and interpret the measure and the settings—such as occupational, academic, or counseling—in which it would be appropriate to use the measure.
· Differentiate between the populations for which your selected psychological measure is valid and invalid-THIS IS MY SECTION
I only need to do my section which is the 3rd bullets where I labeled my section. Need 400 to 500 words please.
HERE ARE THE ARTICLES THAT MY TEAM CHOOSE……..I DONT KNOW IF U CAN PULL THEM UP OR NOT. IF NOT JUST USE CREDITABLE ONES.
The references are below
Helmreich, I., Wagner, S., Mergl, R., Allgaier, A., Hautzinger, M., Henkel, V., & … Tadić, A. (2011). The Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (IDS-C) is more sensitive to changes in depressive symptomatology than the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAMD) in patients with mild major, minor or subsyndromal depression. European Archives Of Psychiatry & Clinical Neuroscience, 261(5), 357-367. doi:10.1007/s00406-010-0175-1
Zimmerman, M., Martinez, J., Attiullah, N., Friedman, M., Toba, C., & Boerescu, D. A. (2012). WHY DO SOME DEPRESSED OUTPATIENTS WHO ARE NOT IN REMISSION ACCORDING TO THE HAMILTON DEPRESSION RATING SCALE NONETHELESS CONSIDER THEMSELVES TO BE IN REMISSION?. Depression & Anxiety (1091-4269) , 29(10), 891-895. doi:10.1002/da.21987
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