Affiliation: Fairleigh Dickinson University
- New and improved? A comparison of the original and revised versions of the structured interview of reported symptomsDebbie Green
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ 07666, USA
Assessment 20:210-8. 2013..Analyses also evaluated the additive value of the new RS-Total and MT Index scales in the SIRS-2. Implications of these results for forensic psychologists are discussed...
- Evaluating the gold standard: a review and meta-analysis of the Structured Interview of Reported SymptomsDebbie Green
Department of Psychology, Fordham University
Psychol Assess 23:95-107. 2011..Abbreviated versions of the SIRS also demonstrated equivalent accuracy with the standard measure. The implications of these findings for clinical practice are discussed...
- Validation of an abbreviated version of the structured interview of reported symptoms in outpatient psychiatric and community settingsDebbie Green
Department of Psychology, Fordham University, 441 East Fordham Road, Bronx, NY 10458, USA
Law Hum Behav 32:177-86. 2008..Although these findings suggest the SIRS-A may be an effective means to assess malingering in psychiatric populations, further research assessing the reasons for the elevated false positive rates is necessary...
- Defining torture: a review of 40 years of health science researchDebbie Green
Department of Psychology, Fordham University, 441 East Fordham Road, Bronx, New York 10458, USA
J Trauma Stress 23:528-31. 2010..Although there are notable exceptions, the methods used in the torture literature are variable and often undefined, impacting the interpretation of findings of risk factors, consequences, and treatment of torture events...
- Structured Assessment of Correctional Adaptation (SACA): a measure of the impact of incarceration on the mentally ill in a therapeutic settingW Amory Carr
Department of Psychology, Fordham University, Bronx, NY 10458, USA
Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol 50:570-81. 2006..31), F(1, 58) = 6.27, p < .05. Clinical implications of these findings, the scale, and the construct of correctional adaptation are discussed...