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Experience from child psychiatric epidemiology Andrew Pickles, University of Manchester. Child Psychiatric Epidemiology. The child as informant subjective or objective measurement of mental states/behaviours maturity and validity of mental states/behaviours gaining access to mental states

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child psychiatric epidemiology
Child Psychiatric Epidemiology
  • The child as informant
    • subjective or objective measurement of mental states/behaviours
    • maturity and validity of mental states/behaviours
    • gaining access to mental states

- probe questions to confirm evidence

taped “investigator based” interviews by trained and calibrated interviewers

or (recent ONS CAMHS surveys)

closed form questions plus free-form sections post-rated by clinicians

child psychiatric epidemiology3
Child Psychiatric Epidemiology
  • Multiple informants
    • commonly obtain child, parent and teacher reports
    • very poor agreement, but agreement not expected for ‘covert’ behaviour and internal mental states
    • each source prognostic
    • Well-suited to SEM, and allows scope for testing for informant specific associations and bias.
child psychiatric epidemiology4
Child Psychiatric Epidemiology
  • Coding and Analysis

- predefined coding categories/ratings

- vignettes rated blind, rating meetings to discuss and/or form consensus codings

- regular quantitative analysis

- capacity to return to vignettes/notes/ tapes to check what any empirical association “means”.