Cornell scale for depression in dementia. Biol Psychiatry. Use of the Cornell scale in nondemented patients. J Am Geriatr Soc. George S.
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Cornell scale for depression in dementia. Biol Psychiatry. Use of the Cornell scale in nondemented patients. J Am Geriatr Soc. George S. Alexopoulos Publications PubMed. The list of available translations is subject to constant changes and may not be exhaustive.
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Cornell Scale for Depression in Dementia (CSDD)
A cross-sectional study was conducted of 84 elderly residents 46 women, 38 men, age range 60—94 years in a long-term residential home setting in Thailand between March and June CFA revealed that there was no difference between the four-factor model, in which factors A mood-related signs and E ideational disturbance were collapsed into a single factor, and the five-factor model as per the original theoretical construct. Both models were found to be similar, and displayed a poor fit. The CSDD demonstrated a moderate level of interrater agreement between residents and caregivers, and was more reliable when used with cognitively impaired residents. CFA indicated a poorly fitting model in this sample.