The open-ended responses from Round-1 yielded data in the form of narratives and lists of the biological, psychological, and environmental risk factors; early signs; and detection strategies for adolescent depression. Using a data reduction approach informed by empirically grounded construction of typologies, this raw information was analyzed to assimilate and collate similar items (Kluge, 2000). Respondent-driven variable lists were supplemented with other salient variables from preliminary results of a systematic literature review of biopsychosocial risk factors of adolescent depression, a complementary component of IDEA research (Pedersen et al., 2019). These variables comprised the final lists for the ranking exercise of Round-2.

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