The 2019 #RealCollege National Survey report surveyed over 86,000 students and found that 45% of respondents were food insecure in the prior 30 days. 56% of respondents were housing insecure in the previous year and 17% of respondents were homeless in the previous year. This is a big issue for college students, especially given the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida PIRG is eager to inform FSU students about the resources that are available to them. Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is running from Nov. 15-22, this week! We have compiled a list of resources (below) that students can use if they are experiencing hunger or homelessness, or if they want to help food or housing insecure members of our community.
Welcome to the Social Work Validation Studies Guide. Follow the detailed directions below to locate studies on reliability and validity. Explore the other pages in this guide for additional information on finding tests & measurements, related guides, as well as recordings of past library workshops for social work. If you are just getting started, or need a refresher, browse through the Getting Started at FSU Libraries page for direction on finding databases and peer-reviewed articles, evaluating sources, and more. As always, if you need more information or if you would like personalized research assistance. please contact your subject librarians Lindsey Wharton and Kirsten Kinsley.
Mad science : psychiatric coercion, diagnosis, and drugs Chapter 4
Mad science : psychiatric coercion, diagnosis, and drugs - Chapter 5
Kirk, S. A., Gomory, T., & Cohen, D. (2013). Mad science : psychiatric coercion, diagnosis, and drugs. Transaction Publishers.
DSM-5 Field Trials in the United States and Canada, Part I: Study Design, Sampling Strategy, Implementation, and Analytic Approaches
Diana E. Clarke, William E. Narrow, Darrel A. Regier, S. Janet Kuramoto, David J. Kupfer, Emily A. Kuhl, Lisa Greiner, and Helena C. Kraemer. American Journal of Psychiatry 2013 170:1, 43-58
DSM-5 Field Trials in the United States and Canada, Part II: Test-Retest Reliability of Selected Categorical Diagnoses
Darrel A. Regier, William E. Narrow, Diana E. Clarke, Helena C. Kraemer, S. Janet Kuramoto, Emily A. Kuhl, and David J. Kupfer. American Journal of Psychiatry 2013 170:1, 59-70
DSM-5 Field Trials in the United States and Canada, Part III: Development and Reliability Testing of a Cross-Cutting Symptom Assessment for DSM-5
William E. Narrow, Diana E. Clarke, S. Janet Kuramoto, Helena C. Kraemer, David J. Kupfer, Lisa Greiner, and Darrel A. Regier. American Journal of Psychiatry 2013 170:1, 71-82
Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders : DSM-5. (2013). Arlington, VA : American Psychiatric Association, .
Making the DSM-5: Concepts and controversies
Paris, J., & Phillips, J. (2013). Making the DSM-5 : concepts and controversies. New York, NY : Springer, c2013. Retrieved from
Three approaches to understanding and classifying mental disorder: ICD-11, DSM-5, and the National Institute of Mental Health’s Research Domain
Clark, L. A., Cuthbert, B., Lewis-Fernández, R., Narrow, W. E., & Reed, G. M. (2017). Three Approaches to Understanding and Classifying Mental Disorder: ICD-11, DSM-5, and the National Institute of Mental Health’s Research Domain Criteria (RDoC). Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 18(2), 72–145.
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