Get this from a library! BDI-II: inventario de depresión de Beck-II: manual. [Aaron T Beck; Robert A Steer; Gregory K Brown]. BDI-II. Inventario de Depresion de Beck. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Paidos. Beck, A. T., & Steer, R. A. (). Internal consistencies of the original and revised. The first Spanish adaptation of the Beck Depression Inventory-II (BDI-II) was published in This year marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of its first.

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The community sample consisted of Mexican residents living in Mexico City and surrounding area. The BDI-II [ 5 ] is a item self-report measure that taps major depression symptoms according to diagnostic criteria bec in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders [ 6 ].

Undergraduates and hemodialysis patients, and the Spanish translation used Spanish samples. Depression represents the fourth leading cause of disability worldwide [ 3 ] with the higher prevalence in low and middle-income countries [ 54 ].

Gary F, Yarandi H. In addition to the Depdesion, participants in the student sample were given a demographic questionnaire, multidimensional coping styles questionnaire, a life stress checklist, and bekc Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale HADS as part of a separate study.

Furthermore, clinical norms and diagnostic accuracy statistics e. Cultural variations in the clinical presentation of depression and anxiety: It is important to extend the research base to individuals in Mexico and individuals from the community geck see if it is appropriate for use in Mexico and Mexican-origin Spanish-speakers in the U.

Components of depression and cross-measure communicability.


Adaptation of the BDI-II in Mexico

Although most of these models have been validated on student samples, they have also been shown to function in community samples and are generally combined to indicate a nonclinical sample model.

According to the World Health Organization [ 3 ] depression is the leading cause of years lived with disability YLDand the most prevalent disorder among serious psychiatric disorders in primary care setting.

As expected, t-test analysis revealed that BDI-II scores discriminated between individuals from hospital and general population. In general, neither the unidimensional model nor the one, two and three factor models reached acceptable fit indices. Less frequently, four [ 30 ] and fivefactors [ 31 ] have also been reported. Criterion-based validity have also shown acceptable sensitivity and specificity of the BDI-II for detecting depression, supporting its clinical utility as an aid measure for diagnostic purposes [ 21415 ].

Rendimiento diagnóstico y estructura factorial del Inventario de Depresión de Beck-II (BDI-II)

Census Bureau [July 11, ]; Summary File 4. Annual Review of Public Healh. Census Bureau [September 22, ]; Sheet P Bifactor model with cognitive-affective dpresion somatic as specific factors. Participation in both studies was completely voluntary and there was no compensation. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Licensewhich permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction depreion any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

In order to assess the effect size of these differences, Cohen’s d was calculated, with values around. Subsequent reliability analysis of the BDI-II total score and subscale scores showed acceptable to high internal consistency, with alpha coefficients ranging from. Inventarrio limitation of this study is the invwntario of convenience sampling. Several factor structure models, including one-factor, two-factor, three-factor and bifactor models were tested with the purport to determine the optimal factor structure.


Confirmatory factor analysis indicated that a bifactor model with a general depression factor and three specific factors consisting of cognitive, affective and somatic showed the best fit to the data.

Notwithstanding the implications aforementioned, the current study has a number of limitations that should be mentioned. Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer.

CFA with a separate subset of data was performed to test structural equivalence of our adaptation in this sample and determine the most appropriate factor structure. Cognitive, affective and somatic The globalized world in the twenty-first century.

The sample primarily came from the Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Medicas y Nutricion Salvador Zubiran in Mexico City, although students from 34 other hospitals also participated.

Therefore, the purpose of the present study was twofold.

Future studies may focus on addressing these weaknesses as well as extending research to a clinical sample and publishing diagnostic accuracy statistics. Additionally, more sophisticated analysis into the BDI-II factor structure including hierarchical and bifactor models have been tested. Open in a separate window. The two samples were combined because no large differences were observed between samples, and to increase power and reduce restriction of range from the education of the student sample.