BDD YBOCS PDF

It has strong psychometric properties in a non-clinical population, but sensitivity and specificity data are needed. A follow-up in-person interview is needed to confirm the diagnosis. A DSM-5 version is available for both adults and youth. A self-report version has been used in some studies, but its psychometric properties have not been established. All 12 items should be rated; it is not intended for use as a item scale.

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You can find more information about the scale and the extra symptom checklist below the form. How much of your time is occupied by obsessive thoughts?

None 0 points Mild, less than 1 hour per day 1 point Moderate, hours per day 2 points Severe, hours per day 3 points Extreme, more than 8 hours per day 4 points 2. How much do your obsessive thoughts interfere with functioning in your social, work, or other roles? None 0 points Slight interference, but no impairment 1 point Definite interference, but manageable 2 points Substantial interference 3 points Extreme interference, incapacitating 4 points 3.

How much distress do your obsessive thoughts cause you? None 0 points Mild, not too disturbing 1 point Moderate, disturbing, but still manageable 2 points Severe, very disturbing 3 points Extreme, near constant and disabling distress 4 points 4. How much of an effort do you make to resist the obsessive thoughts? How much control do you have over your obsessive thoughts? How much time do you spend performing compulsive behaviors? None 0 points Less than 1 hour per day 1 point hours per day 2 points hours per day 3 points More than 8 hours per day 4 points 7.

How much do your compulsive behaviors interfere with functioning in your social, work, or other roles? None 0 points Slight interference, but no impairment 1 point Definite interference, but manageable 2 points Substantial interference 3 points Extreme interference, incapacitating 4 points 8. How anxious would you become if you were prevented from performing your compulsive behaviors?

No anxiety 0 points Only slightly anxious 1 point Some anxiety, but manageable 2 points Prominent and disturbing anxiety 3 points Extreme, incapacitating anxiety 4 points 9.

How much of an effort do you make to resist the compulsions? How much control do you have over the compulsions?

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Questionnaires – Do I have BDD?

Yozshumuro This report includes only data from the initial baseline interview which was obtained by subject interview. Construct validity is the process through which the correlation of a measure bdx other variables is tested for theoretical consistency. In part, because of this perception, high levels of social isolation and minimal social supports are described by many with BDD. It is available for a nominal fee or for free if used in research yblcs to Professor Cash and is available from his website. Should plastic surgeons operate on patients diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder?

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Assessment Tools for BDD

Test-retest reliabilitet God test-retest-reliabilitet:. Abstract originalartikel Psychopharmacol Bull. A severity rating scale for body dysmorphic disorder: development, reliability, and validity of a modified version of the Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale. The scale was administered to subjects with BDD, and interviews with 15 subjects were rated by 3 other raters.

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Scales used for BDD

Please send us details of any further validated scales used for BDD. It was developed by Katherine Phillips and colleagues and consists of 12 items and the range is from 0 to It is widely used as an outcome measure in controlled trials. Reference: Phillips, K. A severity rating scale for body dysmorphic disorder: development, reliability, and validity of a modified version of the Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 33 1 ,

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