The Addiction Severity Index: Reliability and validity in a Dutch alcoholic population
Marcel dekker inc
SourceInternational Journal of the Addictions, 30, 5, (1995), pp. 605-616
Article / Letter to editor
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International Journal of the Addictions
The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) was evaluated for its psychometric qualities in a Dutch alcoholic population admitted to an addiction treatment center in the Netherlands. Its factorial structure in this population was found to be consistent with the established six factor structure of the ASI. Reliability analysis revealed that the homogeneity of the subscales was acceptable with the exception of the Alcohol Scale. The six subscales were not highly intercorrelated. The results of this study indicate that the ASI is a useful instrument for the assessment of several problems associated with alcoholism. However, the Alcohol Scale appears to be limited as a diagnostic and research instrument in the field of inpatient treatment of alcohol dependence in the Netherlands.
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