10.107. Psychosocial fActors Relevant to BrAin DISorders in Europe–24 (PARADISE 24)

PARADISE 24 is a measure to assess “the impact of brain disorders on people’s lives, based on psychosocial difficulties that are experienced in common across brain disorders”.

10.107.1. Intellectual property rights

Copyright © 2015 Cieza et al.

This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are properly credited.

The original open-access article includes the full scale (Cieza et al. 2015, Table 2, Supplementary File 1, Supplementary File 2), as does a further open-access validation (Talarico et al. 2022, Table 1).

10.107.2. History

10.107.3. Source

  • Cieza et al. (2015), Table 2 (questions).

  • Cieza et al. (2015), Table 3 (score transformations).

  • Cieza et al. (2015), Supplementary File 1 (questions).

  • Cieza et al. (2015), Supplementary File 2 (primary source for all text).

  • Talarico et al. (2022), Table 1 (questions).

Note very slight phrasing variations amongst these, e.g. Q2 “How much of a problem did you have not finding things that keep you interested and motivated” (Cieza 2015, Table 2 etc.) versus “How much of a problem did you have with loss of interest” (Cieza 2015 Supplementary File 2). CamCOPS follows Supplementary File 2, the primary metric source, including its numbering and emphasis.