The psychometric properties of the Leyton Obsessional Inventory–Child Version Survey Form (LOI-CV Survey Form) and the Short Leyton. Psychol Med. Nov;1(1) The Leyton obsessional inventory. Cooper J. PMID: ; [Indexed for MEDLINE]. MeSH terms. Compulsive Behavior. Short Leyton Obsessional Inventory-Child Version (SLOI-CV). This form is about how you might have been feeling or acting recently. For each item please tick.
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The Leyton obsessional inventory.
The American Journal of Psychiatry. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Obsessive compulsive disorder in adolescence: Author manuscript; available in PMC Obsesdional There were no differences across studies in terms of sociodemographic variables or scores on the LOI-CV Inventpry however, participants in Storch et al.
Finally, although treatment sensitivity data are presented, test-retest and alternate form reliabilities are not available. The contributions of Jeannette Reid are gratefully acknowledged. Factorial validity was initially supported through a coherent structure consisting of the following factors: Although the present study was not able to compare the LOI-CV Survey Form with other obsessive-compulsive symptom self-report scales, data from extant studies have demonstrated higher associations between other self-report inventories and the CY-BOCS see Table 2.
Moreover, with the exception of Stewart et al. The CBCL has demonstrated good reliability, internal consistency and discriminant validity. The CDI has demonstrated good psychometric properties Kovacs, Support Center Support Center. Psychometric properties and feasibility of a self-report measure of obsessive—compulsive symptoms in youth.
Table 1 Pearson correlation coefficients for study measures. Child and Parent Versions.
The Leyton obsessional inventory.
Despite being widely used in clinical and research practice e. Several limitations should be considered while interpreting study results.
Performance of clinician versus self-report measurs to identify obsessive-compulsive disorder in children and adolescents. Although specificity was strong at post-treatment, obseasional finding is due the overwhelming majority of invntory not exceeding the LOI-CV Survey Form cutoff. The manuscript will undergo copyediting, invventory, and review of the resulting proof before it is published in its final citable form.
The following measures were administered or completed: Results of this psychometric analysis of the LOI-CV and Short LOI-CV Surveys in American youth suggest that these measures may not be ideal measures of obsessive-compulsive symptom severity or improvement, or appropriate for use as screening instruments.
Factor structure, reliability, and validity. First, with the exception of treatment studies and the report by Stewart et al. See above for a detailed description of the scales and associated psychometric properties. Fourth, sample size did not permit quantitative verification of the factor structure. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.
The publisher’s final edited version of this article is available at J Anxiety Disord. Development and validation of a child version of the Obsessive Compulsive Inventory. Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences. Lnventory impairment in children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder. The CY-BOCS has demonstrated good inter-rater reliability, test-retest reliability, internal consistency, discriminant validity, and convergent validity Scahill et al.
Utility of the Leyton Obsessional Inventory to distinguish OCD and OCPD.
The Multidimensional Anxiety Scale for Children: Norms from an epidemiological study. There are several areas where limited psychometric information is most noticeable.
This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted leytonn publication. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. Consistent with Bamber et al.
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Obsessiional completed study measures at baseline i. Participants on psychotropic medication were stable at their dose for at least 8 weeks. The respondent endorses the presence or absence of 20 symptoms plus an interference rating for each positively scored item. While this is a relatively modest sample for a psychometric study, fifty participants is not an insignificant cohort of youth with OCD especially when considering that treatment sensitivity was examined.