Psychometric Properties of the Self-Injurious Thoughts and Behaviors Interview–Short Form Among U.S. Active Duty Military Service Members and Veterans

  • Ian H. Stanley (Creator)
  • Brian P. Marx (Creator)
  • Brooke A. Fina (Creator)
  • Stacey Young-McCaughan (Creator)
  • Hannah C Tyler (Creator)
  • Denise M. Sloan (Creator)
  • Abby E. Blankenship (Creator)
  • Katherine A Dondanville (Creator)
  • James L. Walker (Creator)
  • Joseph W. Boffa (Creator)
  • Craig J. Bryan (Creator)
  • Lily A. Brown (Creator)
  • Casey l Straud (Creator)
  • Jim Mintz (Department of Veterans Affairs) (Creator)
  • Chadi G. Abdallah (Creator)
  • Sudie E. Back (Creator)
  • Tabatha H. Blount (Creator)
  • Bryann R. DeBeer (Creator)
  • Julianne C. Flanagan (Creator)
  • Edna B. Foa (Creator)
  • Peter T Fox (Creator)
  • Steffany J. Fredman (Creator)
  • John H. Krystal (Creator)
  • Meghan E. McDevitt-Murphy (Creator)
  • Donald D McGeary (Creator)
  • Kristi M Pruiksma (Creator)
  • Patricia A. Resick (Creator)
  • John D Roache (Creator)
  • Paulo R. Shiroma (Creator)
  • Daniel J. Taylor (Creator)
  • Jennifer Schuster Wachen (Creator)
  • Alexander M. Kaplan (Creator)
  • Argelio L. López-Roca (Creator)
  • Karin L. Nicholson (Creator)
  • Richard P. Schobitz (Creator)
  • Christian C. Schrader (Creator)
  • Allah Fard M. Sharrieff (Creator)
  • Jeffrey S. Yarvis (Creator)
  • Brett T. Litz (Creator)
  • Terence M. Keane (Creator)
  • Alan L Peterson (Creator)
  • Stacey Young-McCaughan (Creator)
  • Denise M. Sloan (Creator)
  • Jim Mintz (Creator)
  • Sudie E. Back (Creator)
  • Edna B. Foa (Creator)
  • John Krystal (Creator)
  • John D. Roache (Creator)
  • Terence M. Keane (Creator)

Dataset

Description

We assessed the interrater reliability, convergent validity, and discriminant validity of the Self-Injurious Thoughts and Behaviors Interview-Short Form (SITBI-SF) in a sample of 1,944 active duty service members and veterans seeking services for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions. The SITBI-SF demonstrated high interrater reliability and good convergent and discriminant validity. The measurement properties of the SITBI-SF were comparable across service members and veterans. Approximately 8% of participants who denied a history of suicidal ideation on the SITBI-SF reported suicidal ideation on a separate self-report questionnaire (i.e., discordant responders). Discordant responders reported significantly higher levels of PTSD symptoms than those who denied suicidal ideation on both response formats. Findings suggest that the SITBI-SF is a reliable and valid interview-based measure of suicide-related thoughts and behaviors for use with military service members and veterans. Suicide risk assessment might be optimized if the SITBI-SF interview is combined with a self-report measure of related constructs.
Datos disponibles2023
EditorSAGE Journals

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