Summary / Abstract

Title: Signed vs. unsigned report of depression and self-esteem

Synopsis: This study was conducted to determine if participants respond to items concerning self-esteem and depression in a similar manner whether or not their identities are known. One hundred and thirty-five adolescents were administered the Children's Depression Inventory (CDI) and the Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory (CSEI). On the CDI, male adolescents responded more severely on an item involving fighting with others when they could be identified. There were no significant differences among responses on CSEI items. Copyright 1994, 1999 Academic Press signed, vs, unsigned, report, depression, self-esteem, study, conducted, determine, participants, respond, items, concerning, self-esteem, depression, manner, identities, known, hundred, thirty-five, adolescents, administered, children, depression, inventory, cdi, coopersmith, self-esteem, inventory, csei, cdi, male, adolescents, responded, severely, item, involving, fighting, identified, significant, differences, responses, csei, items, copyright, 1994, 1999, academic, press,

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