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How is BDI 2 scored?

How is BDI 2 scored?

The BDI-II is scored by summing the ratings for the 21 items. Each item is rated on a 4-point scale ranging from 0 to 3. The maximum total score is 63. Special attention must be paid to the correct scoring of the Changes in Sleeping Pattern (Item 16) and Changes in Appetite (Item 18) items.

How do you interpret the BDI score?

Scoring/Interpretation: Each answer is scored on a scale value of 0-3. Measures of 0–9 indicates that a person is not depressed, 10–18 indicates mild-moderate depression, 19–29 indicates moderate-severe depression and 30–63 indicates severe depression.

What is a normal BDI score?

Conventional cutoffs are 0–9 for normal range, 10–18 for mild to moderate depression, 19–29 for moderate to severe depression, and 30–63 for severe depression (Beck, Steer, & Garbin, 1988).

How is BDI and Bai scored?

The items are scored as 0, 1, 2, or 3. The score range is 0–63. A total score of 0–7 is considered minimal range, 8–15 is mild, 16–25 is moderate, and 26–63 is severe. The BAI can be given to the same patient in subsequent sessions to track the progression or improvement of the anxiety.

How do you score the youth Beck inventory?

A total score is calculated for each inventory by summing its 20 items, and standardizing to t scores with a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10. The higher the youth’s t score on depression, anxiety, anger and destructive behaviour scales, the higher the distress the youth is experiencing.

What is moderate clinical depression?

Depressed mood along with the presence of somatic symptoms was an indicator of moderate depression. People with moderate depression are more likely to experience primary symptoms of low mood, sleep difficulties, weight or appetite changes, and increased/slowed psychomotor activity.

Is the BAI reliable?

Therefore, the available empirical evidence has shown that the BAI is a reliable and valid instrument for measuring symptoms of anxiety [6,24].

How do you calculate depression?

A total score is calculated by summing the individual scores from each question.

  1. Scores below 7 generally represent the absence or remission of depression.
  2. Scores between 7-17 represent mild depression.
  3. Scores between 18-24 represent moderate depression.
  4. Scores 25 and above represent severe depression.

What does the Beck Youth inventory measure?

The new Beck Youth Inventories™ Second Edition (BYI-2) uses five self-report inventories to assess symptoms of depression, anxiety, anger, disruptive behavior, and self-concept in children and adolescents. Guidance on using this test in your telepractice.