BDI-II·Reliability and validity·Cut-off·ROC curve.; 벡 우울 척도·신뢰도·타당도·분할점.
대한불안의학회지, v.7, no.1, pp.48 - 53
Objective : Korean Version of Beck-II Depression Inventory to verify the reliability and validity of the proposed standards are practical and standardized, cut-off score by establishing a baseline indicating the presence of depression and depression On in the evaluation was to evaluate the clinical usefulness.
Methods : 739 patients with major depression using the SCID and normal controls were 302 study subjects. Of patients with clinically significant medical condition, or psychotic disorders, organic mental disorder, epilepsy or seizure disorder, eating disorders are associated with patients taking anti-convulsants experienced in the past, patients were excluded from the study.
Results : The main findings of this study were as follows. First, with respect to the KBDI-II items, the correlation between them ranged from 0.51 to 0.74, and was 0.60 over all questions. Further, the overall correlation of the KBDI-II plates showing confidence ‘normal’ than it was verified that. Second, the BDI-II was used in each group to examine internal consistency and thus, whether Cronbach’s alpha values were greater than 0.94. Third, the principal component analysis sought to extract factors in a way consistent with the results inspected last 3 factors were extracted and the total variance explained was 47.3%. Fourth, the Cutting calculated the score on the KBDI-II for ROC (Receiver operator characteristic) analysis yielding 18 dot, with the highest sensitivity and specificity was seen.
Conclusion : Based on the results of this Study, the KBDI-II cut-off point should be valid as prescribed in 18 is considered. (Anxiety and Mood 2011;7(1):1-6)