How to Create Your Own Computerized Questionnaires
We now have a 25 year history of using computerized interviews for the testing of psychiatric patients (Maultsby & Slack, 1971). The real and the potential benefits of computerized testing have been documented in various studies. Computerized interviews are very inexpensive and are very systematic in remembering to present all the questions needed to make a thorough evaluation (Slack, Hicks, Reed, & Van Cura, 1966; Downing, Francis, & Brockington, 1980). The systematic approach of the computerized interview often elicits symptoms missed in routine clinical interviews.
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