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HDI™

Health Dynamics Inventory

Stephen Saunders, Ph.D. , James Wojcik, Ph.D.

Identify psychological or psychiatric symptoms quickly and accurately


HDI™

Overview

Overview

The Health Dynamics Inventory (HDI™) identifies psychological or psychiatric symptoms in order to highlight areas that require further attention. It is often administered prior to or at the first meeting with an individual to help assist in the evaluation process.

Key Features:

  • Quickly uncover symptoms to guide diagnosis and intervention
  • Feel confident re-administering the test throughout treatment to monitor symptom changes and document progress
  • Easily document outcomes at termination

Key Areas Measured


Key Areas Measured

  • Morale
  • Global Symptoms: Depressive Symptoms, Anxiety Symptoms, Attention Symptoms, Psychotic Symptoms, Eating Disorders, Substance Abuse, and Behavioral Problems
  • Global Impairment: Occupational/Task Impairment
  • Relationship and Social Impairment
  • Self-Care Impairment

Quick Reference

Age

Age

HDI–Parent: Parents of Children 4 to 19
HDI–Self: 14 and older

Administration Type

Administration Type

Parent
Self

Administration Time

Administration Time

10 to 15 Minutes

Number of Items

Number of Items

HDI–Parent: 49
HDI–Self: 50

Qualification Level

Qualification Level

B

Format(s)

Format(s)

Handscored
Software (Administration & Scoring)

Complementary Tools

Complementary Tools

POMS 2®

Quick Reference

Age

Age

HDI–Parent: Parents of Children 4 to 19
HDI–Self: 14 and older

Administration Type

Administration Type

Parent
Self

Administration Time

Administration Time

10 to 15 Minutes

Number of Items

Number of Items

HDI–Parent: 49
HDI–Self: 50

Qualification Level

Qualification Level

B

Format(s)

Format(s)

Handscored
Software (Administration & Scoring)

Complementary Tools

Complementary Tools

POMS 2®

Reports

Reports

Components

Components

How To Use

How To Use

Reliability and Validity

Reliability and Validity

Normative Data

Normative Data

Interpretive Reports provide detailed information about scores from a single administration, presented both numerically and graphically. An individual's scores are compared to those in the normative sample and elevations at the scale and subscale level are indicated.

HDI–Self (HDI–S)

The HDI–S gathers information from the individual being assessed and provides scores for all the scales and subscales. It is used with individuals 14 years of age and older.

HDI–Parent (HDI–P)

The HDI–P gathers information from parents when the individual being assessed is between the ages of 4 and 19.

The HDI consists of a self-report form (HDI–S), a parent form (HDI–P), and a Background Information Questionnaire. The Background Information Questionnaire systematically collects important demographic information and medical/mental health history. All components are available in handscored and software formats. With the software format, you can instantly generate Interpretive Reports or Health Summary Reports.

In order to evaluate the reliability of the HDI, responses given by a sample of persons seeking outpatient mental health services were compared to those given by a sample of non-patients. The internal consistencies of the scales were computed using both Cronbach’s alpha coefficient and the split-half (Guttman) statistic. In addition, three sets of analyses were conducted to evaluate the validity of the items, scales, and subscales. Results indicated that HDI scales and subscales are both psychometrically reliable and valid. Scientific validation details and diverse case studies are provided in the HDI Technical Manual to show its application in a number of situations and contexts and to clarify the use of the HDI in practice.

The normative sample for the HDI included 2,161 patients and 1,574 non-patients.

Pricing
Online

Online

Assess easily online from anywhere. Includes automatic scoring and report generation.

Software

Software

Requires software. Includes automatic scoring and report generation.

Handscored

Handscored

QuikScore forms are scored by hand without reports.

Starter Kits
Certification

Starter Kits

Simulations
Certification

Simulations

Kits

HDI Complete Kit

HDI Complete Kit

Handscored
CA: $522.00

Forms

HDI Self Forms

HDI Self Forms

Handscored
CA: $80.50
(Sold in packs of 25)

HDI Parent Forms

HDI Parent Forms

Handscored
CA: $80.50
(Sold in packs of 25)

Ortiz PVAT Licenses

Ortiz PVAT Licenses

Online Scoring

Online Scoring

Supplementary Materials

Supplementary Materials

Other Materials

Other Materials

HDI Technical Manual

HDI Technical Manual

Default Title
CA:
$124.00

HDI Self Item Booklet

HDI Self Item Booklet

Default Title
CA:
$43.00

HDI Self Background Information Questionnaires

HDI Self Background Information Questionnaires

Default Title
CA:
$99.00

HDI Parent Item Booklets

HDI Parent Item Booklets

Default Title
CA:
$43.00

HDI Parent Background Information Questionnaires

HDI Parent Background Information Questionnaires

Default Title
CA:
$99.00