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Preseason Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms and Prospective Injury Risk in Collegiate Athletes

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        The existence of depression in children and adolescents is well established, but debate remains about the phenomenology of the depressive syndrome in the young. In order to discover possible age differences in rates and etiology, the definition and measurement of depression must be comparable across the ages to be studied. A widely used self-report depression symptom scale, the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression (CES-D) Scale, was administered to convenient (and not necessarily representative) samples of high school and college students. The scores and patterns of responses to the 20 symptom items of the scale were compared with already existing data from junior high school students, from depressed patients, and from a representative community sample of adults and young adults. The results of the analyses suggest that the CES-D Scale is acceptable and reliable in all the groups studied. The scores of the junior high school group may be inflated by an excess of transient symptoms and should be interpreted with caution, but the scale seems to be very suitable for the high school and older groups.
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            Journal
            The American Journal of Sports Medicine
            Am J Sports Med
            SAGE Publications
            0363-5465
            1552-3365
            April 20 2017
            April 25 2017
            : 45
            : 9
            : 2148-2155
            10.1177/0363546517702847
            © 2017

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