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The drug abuse screening test.
The Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST) was designed to provide a brief instrument for clinical screening and treatment evaluation research. The 28 self-report items tap various consequences that areExpand
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The drug abuse screening test.
  • H. Skinner
  • Medicine
  • Addictive behaviors
  • 11 February 2013
The Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST) was designed to provide a brief instrument for clinical screening and treatment evaluation research. The 28 self-report items tap various consequences that areExpand
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eHEALS: The eHealth Literacy Scale
Background Electronic health resources are helpful only when people are able to use them, yet there remain few tools available to assess consumers’ capacity for engaging in eHealth. Over 40% of USExpand
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eHealth Literacy: Essential Skills for Consumer Health in a Networked World
Electronic health tools provide little value if the intended users lack the skills to effectively engage them. With nearly half the adult population in the United States and Canada having literacyExpand
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Alcohol dependence syndrome: measurement and validation.
The alcohol dependence syndrome proposed by Edwards and Gross in 1976 is a central concept in the World Health Organization classification of alcoholism. The present study focused on the measurementExpand
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Reliability of alcohol use indices. The Lifetime Drinking History and the MAST.
are often used as a means of collecting information on drinking behavior for the diagnosis of alcohol misuse, for making treatment decisions and for evaluating treatment outcome. However, variousExpand
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Diagnostic validity of the drug abuse screening test in the assessment of DSM-III drug disorders.
Diagnostic validity of the DAST was assessed using a clinical sample of 501 drug/alcohol patients. Various DAST cut-points were validated against DSM-III drug abuse/dependence criteria, as assessedExpand
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Family Assessment Measure (FAM) and Process Model of Family Functioning
This paper provides an overview of twenty years' work in the development of the Family Assessment Measure (FAM), based on the Process Model of Family Functioning. The Process Model describes aExpand
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Developing Internet-Based eHealth Promotion Programs: The Spiral Technology Action Research (STAR) Model
Health education and health promotion have a tradition of using information and communication technology (ICT). In recent years, the rapid growth of the Internet has created innovative opportunitiesExpand
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