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  • Readability of commonly used quality of life outcome measures for youth self-report

    Self-report measures are central in capturing young people’s perspectives on mental health concerns and treatment outcomes. Our study suggests a frequent mismatch between the reading difficulty of quality of life self-report measures for preadolescent children and this group’s expected reading ability. Authors: Krause K.R., Jacob J., Szatmari P. & Hayes D. (2022).

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