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Adaptation and the Psychometric Properties of Turkish version of the Structured Clinical Interview for the DSM-5-Personality Disorders - Clinician Version (SCID-5-PD/CV)

Serkan BAYAD, Özge ALP-TOPBAŞ, Tuğba KOCABAŞ, Müge ELBİR, Deniz GÖKTEN-ULUSOY, Ulaş KORKMAZ, Oğuzhan ARAZ, Ayşe ERGÜNER-ARAL, Aytül KARABEKİROĞLU, Ömer AYDEMİR
2021 32(4): 267-274
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Objective: The aim of this study is to demonstrate the validity and
reliability of the Categorical and Dimensional Psychometric Properties
of the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-5 Personality Disorders
(SCID-5-PD) after its translation to the Turkish.
Method: The study was carried out with 102 volunteers from two
university hospitals. The SCID interview was conducted by two
experienced psychiatrists who interchanged positions as interviewer
and observer; and completed the research forms without discussing the
patient. The diagnostic agreement between the interviewers and the
Kappa coefficient were calculated. Divergent and convergent validity
analyses were carried out for diagnostic validity and the scores obtained
from the self-report form as well as the dimensional evaluation scores
were used in the statistical analyses.
Results: The group mean age for volunteers was 39.6±11.6 years and
66.7% consisted of females. The Kappa values for personality categories
were 0.79 for avoidant personality structure, 0.64 for dependent
personality structure, 0.81 for obsessive-compulsive personality
structure, 0.76 for paranoid personality structure, 0.49 for schizotypal
personality structure, 0.90 for histrionic personality structure, 0.66
for narcissistic personality structure, 0.89 for borderline personality
structure and 0.71 for antisocial personality structure. Dimensional
evaluation showed significant correlation with the diagnostic agreement
between the interviewers and also with the scores of the self-report
forms completed by the participants.
Conclusion: The results demosntrated that the Turkish version of the
Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-5 Personality Disorders (SCID-
5-PD-CV-TR) is valid and reliable.