Perceived Causal Symptom Networks Applied in Adolescent Depression

Published: 21 April 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/2kp4j6r63s.1
Lars Klintwall


Individual perceived causal symptom networks for n=55 adolescents screening positive for depression (the individual files incl more than the n=55 who screen positive). A compiled data file is included, with n=55 including background variables such as gender, age, free-text comments etc. The networks were created using a Qualtrics questionnaire, attached as word and qualtrics- files (in swedish). Item lists in network matrices are in swedish (they include symptom specifications by the respondents), but are always in the same order, namely: Eats too little Physically inactive Insomnia Daytime resting Conflicts Self-harm Unfocused Screentime Stays at home Procrastinates Substance use Isolates socially Suicidal ideation Eats too much Slow Overthinking Guilt Negative memories Anxiety Pain Social anxiety Sad Tired Stressed Bored Angry


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Collected using the PECAN questionnaire (Klintwall, Bellander, Cervin, 2021)


Depression of Adolescent, Causal Perception