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A modified projective instrument for measuring attitudes with respect to drugs

A modified projective instrument for measuring attitudes with respect to drugs

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drug abuse -- Psychological aspects -- Testing,
  • Attitude (Psychology) -- Testing,
  • Drug abuse surveys

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Geraldine Ann Faeth.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 76 leaves
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13596521M
    OCLC/WorldCa741906

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The substance abuse attitude survey: an instrument for measuring attitudes. Chappel JN, Veach TL, Krug RS. Although attitudinal objectives in medical education about alcohol and drug misuse are important, adequate instruments for measuring the achievement of such objectives have been by:   Schur () in a study of young people in a London borough measured attitudes toward drug users with a questionnaire giving the subject several alternative but nonscaled responses.

One scale, developed by Goldsmith () and described by Caffrey et al. (), consists of 23 statements about drugs and drug by: 9. The Drug Attitudes Scale consists of 60 attitude items dealing with drugs and drug use, and is comprised of 10 six-item subscales referring to tranquilizers, barbiturates, heroin, opiates other.

A modified Drug Attitude Inventory used in long-term patients in sheltered housing. An unexpected finding was that a simple instrument assessing patients' attitude towards drug treatment, DAI was the best predictor for continuation of initiated drug treatment, even if the predicting power was low.

A new comprehensive rating scale for Cited by: 4. The You and Your School Questionnaire were used to measure DARE objectives, and other factors associated with drug use.

The questionnaire consists of 10 scales including Belief in pro-social norms, Social Integration, Commitment to school, Rebellious behaviour, Peer drug modelling, Attitudes against substance use, Attachment to school, Self.

The item PESQ, 16, 17 which is not a public domain instrument, consists of an item problem severity scale and other items that measure drug use history, a small number of psychosocial problems, and response distortion tendencies (“faking good” and “faking bad”).

Thus, the PESQ’s extra length and the fact that it has a fee is a tradeoff for the additional content it covers. For example, the “Kogan’s Attitude Toward Old People Scale” (Ivester and King ) is a Likert-type instrument (34 items) for assessing adolescent’s attitudes toward old people with respect to both norms and individual differences (e.g.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. A psychologic test is a set of stimuli administered to an individual or a group under standard conditions to obtain a sample of behavior for assessment.

There are basically two kinds of tests, objective and projective. The objective test requires the respondent to make a particular response to a structured set of instructions (e.g., true/false, yes/no, or the correct answer). The projective. Many of the comprehensive and other (expectancy and readiness to change) instruments reviewed above contain scales that measure negative consequences of drug use, psychosocial and social reasons for drug use, and individual and environmental risk factors commonly associated with the onset or maintenance of adolescent drug use (e.g., peer drug use).

Guided textbook solutions created by Chegg experts Learn from step-by-step solutions for o ISBNs in Math, Science, Engineering, Business and more. BACKGROUND. InFountain & Griffiths conducted a content analysis on papers published during –96 in three leading international drug publications: Addiction, Drug and Alcohol Review and Addiction Research (Fountain & Griffiths ).Of the papers scrutinized, only 17 (6%) reported on studies that had wholly or partially used qualitative methods.

The Treatment Attitudes and Expectation form, a self-report of treatment attitudes, adapted from the NIMH TDCRP (Elkin et al., ), has been modified for use with drug dependent individuals. The majority of our participants had used drugs as instruments to counteract fatigue (%) and enhance cognitive performance (%).

Drug instrumentalization with respect to certain goals seems to be the norm amongst the student population, whereas instrumental use of drugs in pursuit of others is relatively uncommon.

Attachment in adults is commonly measured using the Adult Attachment Interview, the Adult Attachment Projective Picture System, and self-report questionnaires.

Self-report questionnaires assess attachment style, a personality dimension that describes attitudes about relationships with romantic partners. With respect to the research on the use of mobile technology in education, Hwang and Tsai () provided a broad discussion of studies on mobile and ubiquitous learning published in six journals between and In their review of articles, they discovered that the use of mobile and ubiquitous learning accelerated markedly during.

The report concludes that "The Flemish SOC questionnaire is an internal consistent instrument to measure the SOC as a global construct in which certain `accents' can be highlighted." In a paper based on a study of American undergraduates submitted for publication, Colby et al.

write "Principal component factor analysis also did not help. The PEAS is a item unidimensional self-report instrument. Its items are attitude statements, such as “Doping is necessary to be competitive”.

In the first studies, attitude statements were judged by selecting the appropriate answer on a 4-point Likert-type scale, which has been expanded to 6 points at a later stage. The _____ is the most influential psychological test available for the objective measurement of personality. MMPI The American Psychological Association (APA) Values, interest, and attitude assessment instruments remain in wide use, largely because.

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