Data gathered from this assessment procedure are applied to the PANSS ratings. . Of the 30 items included in the PANSS, 7 constitute a Positive Scale, 7 a. 9–17 y. Scales. KIDDIE-PANSS. Interviewer Parents/Child. 6–16 y. CPRS. Interviewer/Child up to 15 y. (Children’s Psychiatric Rating Scale). TDS. Child. 5– 13 y. The PANSS is a medical scale used for measuring symptom severity of . Hyperglycemia has been described in a 7-year-old child with a family history of.
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METHOD The Kiddiie and Negative Syndrome Scale for adult schizophrenia was modified through successive field trials on the basis of developmental characteristics of children and adolescents. From This Paper Topics from this paper.
Topics Discussed in This Paper. Schizophrenia Psychotic Disorders Developmental Disabilities.
Assessing positive and negative symptoms in children and adolescents.
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