Patent Self-Report Questionnaire

DMI-10
1.    Are you stewing over things?
2.    Do you feel more vulnerable than usual?
3.    Are you being self-critical and hard on yourself?
4.    Are you feeling guilty about things in your life?
5.    Do you find that nothing seems to be able to cheer you up?
6.    Do you feel as if you have lost your core and essence?
7.    Are you feeling depressed?
8.    Do you feel less worthwhile?
9.    Do you feel hopeless or helpless?
10.Do you feel more distant from other people?
 
DMI-18
1.    Are you stewing over things?
2.    Do you feel more vulnerable than usual?
3.    Do you feel more ‘alone’ than usual?
4.    Are you more tearful than usual?
5.    Do you find you don’t enjoy doing the things you usually enjoy?
6.    Do you feel gloomy about things?
7.    Have you been feeling bad about yourself?
8.    Do you feel more insecure than usual?
9.    Are you being self-critical and hard on yourself?
10.Do you feel demoralized (i.e. disheartened)?
11.Are you feeling guilty about things in your life?
12.Do you feel as if you have lost your core and essence?
13.Are you feeling depressed?
14.Do you feel less worthwhile?
15.Do you feel hopeless or helpless?
16.Do you feel more distant from other people?
17.Have you lost interest in your usual activities?
18.Do you find that nothing seems to be able to cheer you up?
 
Not true = 0‚ Slightly true = 1‚ Moderately true = 2‚ Very true = 3
 
 

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Parker G.‚ Hilton T.‚ Hadzi-Pavlovic D.‚ Irvine‚ P. (2001) Clinical and personality correlates of a new measure of depression: a general practice study. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry‚ 37(1): 104-9‚ 2003 Feb.

World Health Organization (WHO) Composite International Diagnostic Interview 2.1 CIDI Interview manual (1997).

Parker G.‚ Gladstone G.‚ (2004) Capacity of the DMI-10 depression in the medically ill screening measure to detect depression ‘caseness’ in psychiatric out-patients. Psychiatry Research‚ 127: 283-287.