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Indian J Psychiatry. 2002 Oct-Dec; 44(4): 362–364.
PMCID: PMC2955308

RELIABILITY OF THE ICD-10 INTERNATIONAL PERSONALITY DISORDER EXAMINATION (IPDE) (HINDI VERSION): A PRELIMINARY STUDY

Abstract

The study was aimed at estimating the joint-rater reliability and applicability of Hindi version of ICD-10 IPDE that was obtained following a standard translation protocol. The instrument was administered to 22 non-psychotic patients by two raters. The average intraclass correlation for each item (0.89), number of criteria met per disorder (0.92) and dimensional scores (0.98) was high. Kappa for definite (0.65-0.78) and probaole personality disorder (PD) (0.78-1.00) and for presence/absence of any PD (0.78) was acceptable. Overall weighted kappa was 0.81 for definite and 0.91 for probable PD. Findings suggest that ICD-10 IPDE (Hindi version) has acceptable joint- rater reliability and applicability in the North Indian Hindi speaking population.

Keywords: International Personality disorder Examination, Hindi Version, Reliability

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