M Gibbon's research while affiliated with Columbia University and other places

Publications (15)

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A series of 57 extended pedigrees with high density of bipolar affective disorder is described. Ascertainment and diagnostic procedures are documented and simulation studies to assess statistical power are carried out. The pedigrees, obtained in the US and Israel, are comprised of 1508 adult individuals with best estimate consensus diagnoses (12-71...
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The history, rationale, and development of the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III-R (SCID) is described. The SCID is a semistructured interview for making the major Axis I DSM-III-R diagnoses. It is administered by a clinician and includes an introductory overview followed by nine modules, seven of which represent the major axis I diagnostic...
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A test-retest reliability study of the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III-R was conducted on 592 subjects in four patient and two nonpatient sites in this country as well as one patient site in Germany. For most of the major categories, kappa s for current and lifetime diagnoses in the patient samples were above .60, with an overall weighted...
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Test-retest diagnostic reliability interviews using the Upjohn version of the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III (SCID) were conducted with 72 patients at 13 international sites of the Cross-National Collaborative Panic Study. Agreement on the diagnosis of panic disorder was very good. For the subtypes (uncomplicated, with limited phobic avo...
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Psychiatric diagnoses based on data collected during routine clinical intake evaluations done by trainees are often later used in research studies and in program evaluation. It is commonly assumed that the supervisory process can effectively overcome errors that trainees make in diagnosis. We designed a study to assess the adequacy of patient-in-ab...
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This article presents the long-term follow-up effects of brief vs standard hospitalization on families. One hundred seventy-five newly admitted inpatients who lived with their families were randomly assigned to standard inpatient care, brief hospitalization followed by the availability of transitional day care, and brief hospitalization. All patien...
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Although there is a large psychiatric literature on various "borderline" conditions, there has been no agreement as to the definition of the concept. A review of the literature reviewed two major uses of the term: Borderline Schizophrenia and Borderline Personality. Two item sets were developed to provide diagnostic criteria for the two concepts. H...
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The authors compared the use of inpatient and day care services, number of readmissions, use of special services, use of drugs, costs to family and community, and differential dollar costs of three treatment approaches--brief hospitalization followed by day care, brief hospitalization followed by outpatient care, and standard hospitalization. They...
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The authors designed a study to test the relative efficacy of minimal individual contact versus group therapy, given an equal amount of therapist time allocated to each treatment. One hundred forty four aftercare patients were randomly assigned to either group or individual therapy conducted by 12 incoming first year residents. Results at the end o...

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... Axis I Disorders (SCID): 13 This is a semistructured interview for making major DSM-IV-TR axis I diagnosis. The SCID-P version was used in this study and only the module on schizophrenia was used. ...
... The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis II (SCID-II) (First et al., 1997) was used for assessing the presence of PD. The SCID-II has a satisfactory internal consistency (range = .71 ...
... Briefly, the patients fulfilling DSM-IV criteria for bipolar I disorder were recruited from the Mood Disorders Unit at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia. Their diagnoses and clinical characteristics (e.g., lifetime affective episodes, medication status) were confirmed by research psychiatrists using the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV patient version (SCID-IV-P) (First et al., 1998) and a detailed case note review. At the time of participation, all patients did not fulfill current manic/hypomanic or depressive episode of SCID and were considered to be under euthymic condition only with subsyndromal symptoms. ...
... The SCID (First, Gibbon, & Williams, 1994) was administered by trained mental health professionals to assess the current diagnosis of PTSD (Brancu et al., 2017). ...
... Defining "lower" functioning at each site Legend: Functional Assessment Short Test (FAST)33 ; Work and Social Adjustment Scale (WSAS)32 ; Multidimensional Scale of Independent Functioning (MSIF)38 ; Global Assessment of Function (GAF)39 ; Longitudinal Interval Follow Up Evaluation-Range of Impaired Functioning Tool (LIFE-RIFT)40 ; WHO Disability Adjustment Schedule (WHODAS)31 ; Best Estiamte of Illness Impact from Diagnostic Interview for Genetic Studies (DIGS)41 . ...
... Adverse childhood experiences were assessed during the interview with the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV-TR, research version (SCID-I/NP; First, Spitzer, Gibbon, & Williams, 2002;Polish version: Popiel, Pragłowska, & Zawadzki, 2014). This assesses past and current psychiatric diagnoses limited to Axis I psychological disorders and mental illnesses, based on DSM-IV-TR criteria (American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2000). ...
... Roth und Veltin (1974) (Roth & Veltin, 1974, S. 55 (Rüesch et al., 2013). Brenner, Rössler und Fromm (2003) Hertz, Endicott et al. (1975Endicott et al. ( , 1976Endicott et al. ( , 19771971) Cohen, Nee, Fleiss, & Herz, 1979;Endicott, Herz, & Gibbon, 1978). ...
... Tageskliniken reduzierten jedoch weder die Wiederaufnahmerate, noch die Belastung von Bezugspersonen; sie verbesserten auch nicht das soziale Funktionsniveau der Patienten (Marshall et al., 2003). Marshall et al. (2011) International gab es für die Wirksamkeit tagesklinischer Behandlung damit bis Ende der 1990-er Jahre viele Belege, die in den oben genannten Metaanalysen zusammengefasst wurden Endicott et al., 1978;Herz, Endicott, & Gibbon, 1979;Herz et al., 1975Herz et al., , 1977Herz et al., 1971;Longabaugh et al., 1983;McCrady, 1986;Moscowitz, 1980;Schene, van Wijngaarden, Poelijoe, & Gersons, 1993;Sledge et al., 1996a;Sledge, Tebes, Wolff, & Helminiak, 1996b). ...
... However, this is essentially combining diagnostic criteria as if they are equivalent when in fact they have long been understood to be describing quite different components of BPD, as indicated (for example) in the structured interview assessments of BPD (e.g., First, Gibbon, Spitzer, Williams, & Benjamin, 1996). For a nice summary of the source and meaning of the BPD criteria consider Spitzer, Endicott, and Gibbon (1979) and Gunderson and Links (2008). In sum, the g-PD factors of Sharp et al. (2015) and Wright et al. (2016) were defined heavily by the additional BPD diagnostic criteria, including (for instance) affective instability, self-harming impulsivity, suicidality, and intense anger. ...
... In addition, the SCID has demonstrated superior validity over standard clinical interviews during the intake episode (First et al., 1997). It has been translated into several languages and there are several cross-national epidemiologic and reliability studies using this instrument in non-American samples (Gorman et al., 2004;Williams, Spitzer, & Gibbon, 1992). Furthermore, it has been also successfully used in populations from the Middle East (Sharifi et al., 2009). ...