The test-retest reliability of the CAT-MHTM is higher (r=0.92) than traditional fixed-length tests such as the PHQ-9, despite the fact that it asks different items upon repeat testing. We’ve provided some of our Academic Press below. You can click on any one of the links to view the document and download the pdf. Archives of Women’s Mental Health: The Experience of Depression, Anxiety, and Mania among Perinatal Women - 2016 Psychiatric Services: Test-Retest Reliability of a Computerized Adaptive Depression Screener - 2016 University of Chicago Emergency Department Study Abstract: Screening for Depression in Emergency Department Patients and Relatinship to Health Care Utilization - 2016 Annual Review of Clinical Psychology: Computerized Adaptive Diagnosis and Testing of Mental Health Disorders - 2015 Psychiatric Services: Validation of Computerized Adaptive Testing in an Outpatient Nonacademic Setting - 2015 American Journal of Psychiatry: Computer Aids for the Diagnosis of Anxiety and Depression - 2014 American Journal of Psychiatry: Development of the CAT-ANX: A Computerized Adaptive Test for Anxiety - 2014 Journal of Clinical Psychiatry: The Computerized Adaptive Diagnostic Test for Major Depressive Disorder (CAD-MDD): A Screening Tool for Depression - 2013 Archives of General Psychiatry: Development of a Computerized Adaptive Test for Depression - 2012 Because the CAT-MHTM adapts to the changing severity of the underlying illness, the same questions are not asked upon repeat testing. This permits high frequency mental health measurement without response bias produced by repeated administration of the same set of items.