Sandu's scientific contributions

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Since its inception, the Center of Epidemiologic Depression Scale (CES-D; Radloff, 1977) has been a widely used instrument for screening depressive symptoms in the general population, as well as in clinical settings. The CES-D has also been the focus of empirical investigation, translation, and adaptation across the globe, and was shown to have goo...


... and "I had a good time." The CES-D Ro Scale total score was dichotomized as less than 16 versus 16 or more based on previously established cutoffs (Stevens et al., 2013). Students were divided into two groups based on their scores: low depression = CES-DC < 16; high depression = CES-DC ≥ 16. d) Statistical processing Statistical analyses were performed using SPSS version 22.0. ...