Melissa V. Cabellon, MD, PhD
University of North Carolina Health, Chapel Hill, North Carolina
A 14-year-old boy presents to your clinic for his annual well-child examination. He has a history of asthma that is well controlled with inhaled beclomethasone and mild eczema for which he uses topical triamcinolone as needed. His vital signs are in the normal range, his body mass index is at the 82nd percentile, and his physical examination is unremarkable.
His mother says that she has been worried about him because he stays in his room for long periods of time, and she is wondering if he is depressed.
Which of the following is NOT used to identify depression and determine next steps for adolescent patients?