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Verification of the Addiction Severity Index Japanese Version (ASI-J) as a treatment-customization, prediction, and comparison tool for alcohol-dependent individuals.
Table 3: Net Addiction Severity Index Composite Severity Scores, by Coercion and Readiness to Change M (SD) Variable Alcohol Drug Psychiatric Noncoerced 0.
The Addiction Severity Index medical and psychiatric composite scores measure similar domains as the SF-36 in substance-dependent veterans: concurrent and discriminant validity.
Compared to those without high risk behaviours, the subjects with high risk behaviours had higher scores on sensation seeking scale and addiction severity index.
Abbreviations: ANOVA = analysis of variance, ASI = Addiction Severity Index, BPI = Brief Pain Inventory, CAPS = Clinician-Administered Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Scale, DSM-IV = Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-Fourth Edition, HSD = honest significant difference, M.
Two composite measures from the Addiction Severity Index (ASI), Version 5 (McLellan et al.
The Addiction Severity Index at 25: Origins, contributions, and transitions.
Scores on the Addiction Severity Index were significantly improved in all domains except for "satisfaction," which Dr.
In these conversations, and in my experience consulting with providers to develop and enhance the ASI-MV Connect, a computer program for client self-administration of the Addiction Severity Index, I have observed that agencies benefit most from implementing evidence-based approaches when they are incorporated in a workflow that makes sense for both clinicians and clients.
For example, Meyers and colleagues (1995) developed the Comprehensive Addiction Severity Index for Adolescents (CASI-A), which is a 45- to 90-minute comprehensive, semi-structured clinical interview for evaluating adolescents who present for treatment at various provider agencies.

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