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Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS SR-16)
About: This scale is a self-report measure of depression.
Items: 16
Reliability: Internal consistency for the QIDS-SR16 = (Cronbach’s α=0.86)
QIDS-SR16 scores correlated highly with IDS-SR30 (.96) and HAM-D24 (.86)
scores.
Validity: The QIDS-SR16, IDS-SR30, and HAM-D24, had very similar
sensitivity in detecting change in symptoms. This suggests these three
scales have high concurrent validity.
Scoring:
Questions in the QIDS – SR-116 correlate with the nine DSM-IV symptom
criterion domains, Including: Sleep disturbance (initial, middle, and late
insomnia or hypersomnia) (Q 1 - 4), Sad mood (Q 5), Decrease/increase in
appetite/weight (Q 6 - 9), Concentration (Q 10), Self-criticism (Q 11),
Suicidal ideation (Q 12), Interest (Q 13), Energy/fatigue (Q 14),
Psychomotor agitation/retardation (Q 15 - 16).
Scoring Instructions:
1. Enter the highest score on any 1 of the 4 sleep items (1-4)
2. Enter score on item 5
3. Enter the highest score on any 1 of the appetite/weight items (6-9)
4. Enter score on item 10
5. Enter score on item 11
6. Enter score on item 12
7. Enter score on item 13
8. Enter score on item 14
9. Enter the highest score on either of the 2 psychomotor items (15 and 16)
10. Sum the item scores for a total score. Total score range 0-27.
Severity of depression can be judged based on the total score.
1-5 = No depression
6-10 = Mild depression
11-15 = Moderate depression
16-20 = Severe depression
21-27 = Very severe depression
References:
Rush, A. J., Trivedi, M. H., Ibrahim, H. M., Carmody, T. J., Arnow, B., Klein, D. K., …
Keller, M. B. (2003). The 16-Item quick inventory of depressive symptomatology
(QIDS), clinician rating (QIDS-C), and self-report (QIDS-SR): a psychometric
evaluation in patients with chronic major depression. Biological Psychiatry, 54,
573-583.
http://www.ids-qids.org/Scoring_Instructions.pdf
http://www.ids-qids.org/index2.html#table2
Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (Self-Report) (QIDS-SR16)
NAME:
TODAY’S DATE:
Please circle the one response to each item that best describes you for the past seven
days.
1. Falling Asleep:
0 I never take longer than 30 minutes to fall asleep.
1 I take at least 30 minutes to fall asleep, less than half the time.
2 I take at least 30 minutes to fall asleep, more than half the time.
3 I take more than 60 minutes to fall asleep, more than half the time.
2. Sleep During the Night:
0 I do not wake up at night.
1 I have a restless, light sleep with a few brief awakenings each night.
2 I wake up at least once a night, but I go back to sleep easily.
3 I awaken more than once a night and stay awake for 20 minutes or more, more
than half the time.
3. Waking Up Too Early:
0 Most of the time, I awaken no more than 30 minutes before I need to get up.
1 More than half the time, I awaken more than 30 minutes before I need to get
up.
2 I almost always awaken at least one hour or so before I need to, but I go back
to sleep eventually.
3 I awaken at least one hour before I need to, and can’t go back to sleep.
4. Sleeping Too Much:
0 I sleep no longer than 7–8 hours/night, without napping during the day.
1 I sleep no longer than 10 hours in a 24-hour period including naps.
2 I sleep no longer than 12 hours in a 24-hour period including naps.
3 I sleep longer than 12 hours in a 24-hour period including naps.
Enter the highest score on any 1 of the 4 sleep items (1–4 above) ____
5. Feeling Sad:
0 I do not feel sad
1 I feel sad less than half the time.
2 I feel sad more than half the time.
3 I feel sad nearly all of the time.
6. Decreased Appetite:
0 There is no change in my usual appetite.
1 I eat somewhat less often or lesser amounts of food than usual.
2 I eat much less than usual and only with personal effort.
3 I rarely eat within a 24-hour period, and only with extreme personal effort or
when others persuade me to eat.
7. Increased Appetite:
0 There is no change from my usual appetite.
1 I feel a need to eat more frequently than usual.
2 I regularly eat more often and/or greater amounts of food than usual.
3 I feel driven to overeat both at mealtime and between meals.
8. Decreased Weight (Within the Last Two Weeks):
0 I have not had a change in my weight.
1 I feel as if I’ve had a slight weight loss.
2 I have lost 2 pounds or more.
3 I have lost 5 pounds or more.
9. Increased Weight (Within the Last Two Weeks):
0 I have not had a change in my weight.
1 I feel as if I’ve had a slight weight gain.
2 I have gained 2 pounds or more.
3 I have gained 5 pounds or more.
Enter the highest score on any 1 of the 4 appetite/weight change items (6–9
above) ____
10. Concentration/Decision Making:
0 There is no change in my usual capacity to concentrate or make decisions.