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Psychiatry Investig. 2017 Jan;14(1):21-29. doi: 10.4306/pi.2017.14.1.21. Epub 2016 Dec 29.

The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-5 Internet Gaming Disorder: Development and Validation for Diagnosing IGD in Adolescents.

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1
College of Psychology and Child, Hanshin University, Osan, Republic of Korea.
2
Department of Psychiatry, Chung-Ang University Hospital, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
3
Department of Psychology, Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE:

This study aimed to develop and validate a Structured Clinical Interview for Internet Gaming Disorder (SCI-IGD) in adolescents.

METHODS:

First, we generated preliminary items of the SCI-IGD based on the information from the DSM-5 literature reviews and expert consultations. Next, a total of 236 adolescents, from both community and clinical settings, were recruited to evaluate the psychometric properties of the SCI-IGD.

RESULTS:

First, the SCI-IGD was found to be consistent over the time period of about one month. Second, diagnostic concordances between the SCI-IGD and clinician's diagnostic impression were good to excellent. The Likelihood Ratio Positive and the Likelihood Ratio Negative estimates for the diagnosis of SCI-IGD were 10.93 and 0.35, respectively, indicating that SCI-IGD was 'very useful test' for identifying the presence of IGD and 'useful test' for identifying the absence of IGD. Third, SCI-IGD could identify disordered gamers from non-disordered gamers.

CONCLUSION:

The implications and limitations of the study are also discussed.

KEYWORDS:

DSM-5 criteria; Internet gaming disorder; Reliability; Structured clinical interview; Validity

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