CBTS-ED ratings for "Assessing Skills in the Delivery of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Eating Disorders: Development of the Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Scale for Eating Disorders (CBTS-ED)"
This study was reviewed and approved by the University of Sheffield Ethics Committee (039900).
Dataset for the CBTS-ED ratings from expert raters (experienced therapists working in the field of eating disorders) and non-expert raters (less experienced in the field of eating disorders, e.g., trainee therapists).
Part A CBTS-ED items (10 items) should be rated every time. However, in the case of error in completion, up to two items can be missing and the scale can still be scored, using pro-rating to yield an overall item mean score. Part B items (16 items) are rated only when relevant to the session being observed. The overall score for Part B is the item mean score for the number of items identified as relevant and scored.
Six mock CBT-ED sessions ("vignettes") were observed and rated by the raters. One expert rater also took part in the filming of the mock CBT-ED sessions, thus did not rate their own tapes (vignette 3 and 4). Missing data here is represented with /.
Data used to assess Internal Consistency (Alpha) of Part A of the CBTS-ED, and assess inter-rater reliability (ICC) for total Part A mean scores, total Part B mean scores, and individual Part A item scores.
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Sharing and access restrictionsThe data can be shared openly
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