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Correction to: Test-retest reliability of the computer-assisted DIA-X-5 interview for mental disorders
BMC Psychiatry volume 20, Article number: 364 (2020)
- The original article was published in BMC Psychiatry 2020 20:280
Correction to: BMC Psychiatry (2020) 20:280
Following the publication of the original article , multiple errors were identified in the Results Text of the Abstract and the Diagnostic agreement for DSM-5 disorder categories section.
The text has been changed to correspond to the correct results reported in Table 4 and are highlighted in bold typeface.
Abstract - Results:
Kappa values ranged from 0.90 for post-traumatic stress disorder to 0.29 for social anxiety disorder.
Main text - Diagnostic agreement for DSM-5 disorder categories:
The highest JI, 1.00, was found for anorexia nervosa, second highest JI (0.91) was found for ‘any’ DSM-5 disorder. PTSD had a JI of 0.83.
The category of any anxiety disorder (without panic attack) revealed lowest RJI with 0.69, followed by social anxiety disorder with an RJI of 0.79; the RJI for any anxiety disorder (without social anxiety disorder) was 0.76.
Most Cohen’s kappa values ranged between 0.70 – 0.85, with anorexia nervosa displaying the highest kappa (1.00), followed by PTSD (0.90) and cannabis use disorder (0.88). The diagnosis of ‘any’ DSM-5 disorder had a kappa of 0.85.
Hoyer J, et al. Test-retest reliability of the computer-assisted DIA-X-5 interview for mental disorders. BMC Psychiatry. 2020;20:280. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-020-02653-6.
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Hoyer, J., Voss, C., Strehle, J. et al. Correction to: Test-retest reliability of the computer-assisted DIA-X-5 interview for mental disorders. BMC Psychiatry 20, 364 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-020-02762-2