Specifically, based on independent evaluations of diagnostic status with the Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for Children (Silverman & Albano, 1996), by one year post-intervention, 30% of the children in the control group (6/20 based on the intent to treat sample) developed an anxiety disorder compared to zero in the intervention group (0/20).
What does ADIS-C stand for?
ADIS-C stands for Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for Children
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- Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule (DSM IV)
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As a test of the reliability, validity, and internal consistency of the LSAS-CA, 55 children aged 9-18 years, including 23 with anxiety disorders and 32 normal controls, were assessed using the LSAS-CA and five other standardized, self-reported anxiety scales: * The Anxiety Disorders Interview Schedule for Children and Parents.