Self-report of Longitudinal Substance Use: A Comparison of the UCLA Natural History Interview and the Addiction Severity Index.

@article{Murphy2010SelfreportOL,
  title={Self-report of Longitudinal Substance Use: A Comparison of the UCLA Natural History Interview and the Addiction Severity Index.},
  author={Debra A. Murphy and Y H Hser and David Huang and Mary-Lynn Brecht and Diane M. Herbeck},
  journal={Journal of drug issues},
  year={2010},
  volume={40 2},
  pages={495-516}
}
Reliance on self-report of alcohol and drug use behavior is typical among studies of substance abusers. Few studies have compared different instruments assessing frequency of drug use over long periods of time to compare findings and determine if the pattern of use is shown to be similar across measures. In this study, the UCLA Natural History Interview (NHI) and the Addiction Severity Index (ASI) were administered at three annual follow-up periods (N = 301). The temporal pattern of the… CONTINUE READING

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