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Autor     Craig Jackson
Titel    The General Health Questionnaire
Zeitschrift    Occupational Medicine
Herausgeber    Society of Occupational Medicine
Verlag    Oxford University Press
Jahr    2007
Jahrgang    57
Nummer    79
DOI    10.1093/occmed/kql169
URL    http://occmed.oxfordjournals.org/content/57/1/79.full.pdf

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2.4.2.5 The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ)

The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ; Goldberg, 1978, see Appendix 9) is the most common assessment of mental well-being. Developed as a screening tool to detect those likely to have or be at risk of developing psychiatric disorders, it is a measure of the common mental health problems/domains of depression, anxiety, somatic symptoms and social withdrawal. Available in a variety of versions using 12, 28, 30 or 60 items, the 28-item version is used most widely. Examples of some of the items in use include ‘Have you found everything getting on top of you?’; ‘Have you been getting scared or panicky for no good reason?’ and ‘Have you been getting edgy and bad tempered?’. Each item is accompanied by four possible responses, typically being ‘not at all’, ‘no more than usual’, ‘rather more than usual’ and ‘much more than usual’, scoring from 0 to 3, respectively. The total possible score on the GHQ 28 ranges from 0 to 84. Reliability coefficients have ranged from 0.78 to 0.95 in various studies.

Possibly, the most common assessment of mental well-being is the GHQ. Developed as a screening tool to detect those likely to have or be at risk of developing psychiatric disorders, it is a measure of the common mental health problems/domains of depression, anxiety, somatic symptoms and social withdrawal. Available in a variety of versions using 12, 28, 30 or 60 items, the 28-item version is used most widely. [...]

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Examples of some of the items in use include ‘Have you found everything getting on top of you?’; ‘Have you been getting scared or panicky for no good reason?’ and ‘Have you been getting edgy and bad tempered?’. Each item is accompanied by four possible responses, typically being ‘not at all’, ‘no more than usual’, ‘rather more than usual’ and ‘much more than usual’, scoring from 0 to 3, respectively. The total possible score on the GHQ 28 ranges from 0 to 84 and allows for means and distributions to be calculated, both for the global total, as well as for the four sub-scales. [...]

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Reliability coefficients have ranged from 0.78 to 0.95 in various studies.

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