The Hamilton Depression (HAM-D) and Anxiety (HAM-A) scales are the most widely used instruments for measuring outcome in mood disorders. The Zung scales are used particularly in psychopharmacology; however, they have also been used to measure both negative and positive well-being in WHO studies in psychosomatic medicine. In collaboration with Hamilton, the author of this work has updated these scales to make them more applicable to the needs of health workers at all levels. This volume includes scoring sheets and the corresponding manuals of the scales, along with the documentation of both internal (coherence) and external (discriminating and predictive) validity.
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