Measurement invariance of the alcohol use disorders identification test: Establishing its factor structure in different settings and across gender.

@article{Moehring2018MeasurementIO,
  title={Measurement invariance of the alcohol use disorders identification test: Establishing its factor structure in different settings and across gender.},
  author={Anne Moehring and Kristian J Krause and Diana Guertler and Gallus Bischof and Ulfert Hapke and Jennis Freyer-Adam and Sophie Baumann and Anil Batra and Hans-Juergen Rumpf and Sabina Ulbricht and U. John and Christian Meyer},
  journal={Drug and alcohol dependence},
  year={2018},
  volume={189},
  pages={
          55-61
        }
}
INTRODUCTION The Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) is an internationally well-established screening tool for the assessment of hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption. To be valid for group comparisons, the AUDIT should measure the same latent construct with the same structure across groups. This is determined by measurement invariance. So… CONTINUE READING