This article reviews various approaches to the assessment of depression in deaf people as based on current research. Studies comparing traditional paper and pencil instrumentation with American Sign Language (ASL) video tape approaches are presented. Results indicate that both approaches do work with deaf clients, depending on language proficiency in either English or ASL. Exploration of computerized technology is warranted.
Leigh, I. W. (2019). From Traditional to Innovative Assessment: The Case of Depression. JADARA, 33(1). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol33/iss1/5