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Brief Symptom Inventory 18 (BSI 18)

Product Description

The Brief Symptom Inventory 18 (BSI 18) is designed with reliability in mind. The BSI 18 assessment gathers patient-reported data to help measure psychological distress and psychiatric disorders in medical and community populations.

As the latest in an integrated series of test instruments that include the SCL-90-R| and BSI|, the BSI 18 test offers a more effective, easy-to-administer tool to help support clinical decision-making and monitor progress throughout treatment.

Scales

Norm Groups

Report Options

Scoring Options|

Scales 

 

Symptom Scales
SOM - Somatization
O-C - Obsessive-Compulsive
I-S - Interpersonal Sensitivity
DEP - Depression
ANX - Anxiety
HOS - Hostility
PHOB - Phobic Anxiety
PAR - Paranoid Ideation
PSY - Psychoticism

Global Indices
GSI - Global Severity Index, Helps measure overall psychological distress level
PSDI - Positive Symptom Distress Index, Helps measure the intensity of symptoms
PST - Positive Symptom Total, Reports number of self-reported symptoms

Norm Groups

  • Adult Nonpatient
    The adult nonpatient norms are based on 974 individuals—494 males and 480 females. Approximately 85% of the sample was white and 60% was married. The mean age was 46.
  • Adult Psychiatric Outpatient
    The adult psychiatric outpatient norms are based on 1,002 individuals—425 males and 577 females. Approximately 67% of the sample was white and 46% was single. The mean age was 31.2.
  • Adult Psychiatric Inpatient
    The adult psychiatric inpatient norms are based on 423 individuals—158 males and 265 females. Approximately 56% of the sample was white and 44% was single. The mean age was 33.1.
  • Adolescent Nonpatient
    The adolescent norms are based on 2,408 individuals—1,601males and 807 females. The data were gathered in six separate schools in two states. Approximately 58% of the sample was white, and the mean age was 15.8.

Report Options

Profile Report

Presents raw and normalized T scores for each of the nine Primary Symptom Dimensions and the three Global Indices. For adults, the plotted T scores are profiled based on your choice of the nonpatient, outpatient or inpatient norms. (The T scores for the remaining norm groups are printed below the profile.) For adolescents, the plotted T scores are based on the adolescent nonpatient norms.

Interpretive Report

In addition to providing a profile of scores for the nine Primary Symptom Dimensions and the three Global Indices, the interpretive report provides a narrative overview of the client's symptoms at the global level and specific statements describing the individual symptom scale scores.

In addition, it includes a Symptoms of Note section that lists all items for which the client chose the "extremely distressed" or "quite a bit distressed" response. These statements can be valuable for understanding the individual's current status and for use by the clinician in follow-up interviews.

Progress Report

This report is designed for monitoring a client's progress over time. Provided at no additional charge, it graphically displays scale-by-scale changes in a client's scores for up to five previously reported BSI administrations. The progress report is based on nonpatient norms.

Scoring Options

All assessments previously available on Q-local are now available on our new platform – Q-global. Visit our Q-global minisite| to find out more about content and availability.

NB: Q-local will still be supported in the interim, if you wish to purchase Q-local reports please contact Customer Services on 0845 630 8888 or email info@pearsonclinical.co.uk|.

 

Price list

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Handscore starter kit with oncology norms:

Includes manual, 50 answer sheets with test items and 50 profile forms.
ISBN:9780749154547
£120.50
£122.91 inc VAT
Available in 21 days after placing your order

Handscore starter kit with community norms:

Includes manual, 50 answer sheets with test items and 50 profile forms
ISBN:9780749154509
£120.50
£122.91 inc VAT
Available

Profile forms with community norms, pack of 50
ISBN:9780749154530
£30.00
£36.00 inc VAT
Available

Manual
ISBN:9780749154486
£41.50
£41.50 inc VAT
Available

Handscore answer sheets, pack of 50
ISBN:9780749154523
£65.00
£78.00 inc VAT
Available

Profile forms, pack of 50 with oncology norms
ISBN:9780749154516
£30.00
£30.60 inc VAT
Available

Q-global BSI 18 Profile Report
ISBN:9780749166076
£6.50
£7.80 inc VAT
Available

Key Information

Description

Quickly measure and monitor psychological distress

Author(s)

Leonard R Derogatis

Publication Year

2000

Age Range

18 years and older

Administration

Individual - 4 minutes

Qualification Code

CL2


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