The study focusses on the adaptation into Spanish and on the validation of the Social Phobia Spectrum Self-Report (SHY-SR) and the Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Self-Report (OBS-SR) (Dell´Osso et al., 1999, 2002). The questionnaires were designed for measuring a broad range of subtle and atypical features related to social anxiety and obsessive-compulsive phenomenology, respectively. Sixty-two outpatients who met DSM-IV criteria for social phobia (SP, n = 20), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD, n = 22) and major depression (MD, n = 20), and 25 non-clinical subjects participated. The spectra questionnaires were administered along with the Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale (Baker et al., 2002) and the Maudsley Obsessional Compulsive Inventory (Hodgson and Rachman, 1977). The instruments proved to have satisfactory internal consistency and test-retest reliability. Convergent validity with other instruments was excellent for the SHY-SR and moderate for the OBS-SR. Both questionnaires were able to detect differences between patients with the disorder of interest (SP in the case of the SHY-SR scores, and OCD in the case of the OBS-SR scores) and either normal controls or patients with MD. Receiver-Operating Characteristic Curve analyses were conducted to determine cut-off values in the Spanish versions of the questionnaires denoting the presence of significant SP and OCD symptomatology. The questionnaires are available on the journal´s Web site.

Social Anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Spectra: Validation of the SHY-SR and the OBS-SR among Spanish Population

BERROCAL MONTIEL, CARMEN;CASSANO, GIOVANNI BATTISTA
2006

Abstract

The study focusses on the adaptation into Spanish and on the validation of the Social Phobia Spectrum Self-Report (SHY-SR) and the Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Self-Report (OBS-SR) (Dell´Osso et al., 1999, 2002). The questionnaires were designed for measuring a broad range of subtle and atypical features related to social anxiety and obsessive-compulsive phenomenology, respectively. Sixty-two outpatients who met DSM-IV criteria for social phobia (SP, n = 20), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD, n = 22) and major depression (MD, n = 20), and 25 non-clinical subjects participated. The spectra questionnaires were administered along with the Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale (Baker et al., 2002) and the Maudsley Obsessional Compulsive Inventory (Hodgson and Rachman, 1977). The instruments proved to have satisfactory internal consistency and test-retest reliability. Convergent validity with other instruments was excellent for the SHY-SR and moderate for the OBS-SR. Both questionnaires were able to detect differences between patients with the disorder of interest (SP in the case of the SHY-SR scores, and OCD in the case of the OBS-SR scores) and either normal controls or patients with MD. Receiver-Operating Characteristic Curve analyses were conducted to determine cut-off values in the Spanish versions of the questionnaires denoting the presence of significant SP and OCD symptomatology. The questionnaires are available on the journal´s Web site.
BERROCAL MONTIEL, Carmen; RUIZ MORENO, Ma; Montero, M; Rando, Ma; Rucci, P; Cassano, GIOVANNI BATTISTA
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