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Displaying instruments where pecific aspect is Coping
Instrument Areas of evaluation Aspect being evaluated Target population Language
Adolescent Relapse Coping Questionnaire (ARCQ)
Assessment of adolescent substance abuser coping skills, evaluation of changes in coping skills over the course of treatment for adolescent substance use.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en
Assertiveness
Many programmes attempt to teach young people the skills to withstand social pressure. Note: in these instruments a low score means a high level of assertiveness.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Bonding to Parents and Family
In the CORE SCALES the items are built around the extent to which respondents perceive that they get on well with their family and on the importance that they attach to this relationship.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Coping Behaviours Inventory (CBI)
The Coping Behaviours Inventory (CBI) is designed to assess the behaviors and thoughts used by alcoholics to prevent, avoid or control the resumption of heavy drinking.
Treatment, Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en
Drug Avoidance Self-Efficacy Scale (DASES)
The DASES is designed to assess a client's self-efficacy, i.e. the individual's confidence in the ability to successfully cope with risk situations without using drugs
Treatment Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adults en
Experienced Effects of Drug Use
Experienced effects indicate the extent to which respondents have actually experienced particular effects of drug use, rather than whether or not they believe that particular outcomes will occur.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Inventario de Procesos de Cambio (in Spanish)
IPC-AH is based on the Processes of Change Inventory for smokers and is designed to assess behavioural changes in opiate misusers.
Treatment Outcome Adults es
Lancashire Quality of Life Profile (in German)
It is a questionnaire designed to assess the quality of life of clients in substitution treatment in outpatient settings.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults de
Monitoring Area and Phase System - Adolescent Version
The MAPS- Up Ado is a follow-up interview used for adolescents case-management in drug care and especially after-care and designed to identify the motivational phase of the client including physical health, employment and legal problems.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en
Monitoring Area and Phase System - Intake
The MAPS - Intake interview is used for case-management in drug care and especially after-care and designed to identify the motivational phase of the client including physical health, employement and legal problems at the intake phase.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en, sv
Monitoring Area and Phase System - Out (discharge)
The MAPS - Out interview is used for case-management in drug care and especially after-care and designed to identify the motivational phase of the client including physical health, employment and legal problems at the discharge phase.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en, sv
Monitoring Area and Phase System - Up
The MAPS- Up is a follow-up interview used for case-management in drug care and especially after-care and designed to identify the motivational phase of the client including physical health, employment and legal problems.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en, sv
Monitoring Area and Phase System, Adolescent version - Client (Intake)
The MAPS- Intake Ado is an interview used for adolescents case-management in drug care and especially after-care and designed to identify the motivational phase of the client including physical health, employment and legal problems at the intake phase.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents en
Parental Regulation
On parental regulation, two aspects are found to be important in relation to drugs, 'strictness and supervision'. The questionnaireinvestigates both overall regulation by parents perceived parental regulation of use of drugs.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Parental Risk Factors
Parental risk factors can be divided into broad categories (i) factors specific to drugs (ii) factors relating to supervision and regulation, and (iii) home atmosphere. The CORE SCALES focus on each of these areas.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Perception of Parental Conflict
Parental conflict has been found to be associated with many problems of substance. This scale is concerned with the perception of this conflict by children and adolescents.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Perception of Social Support/Order
It has been found that degree of perceived social support from parents and friends is a restraining factor in relation to drugs. Note: in the instruments on perception of Social Support / Order a low score means a high level of social support.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Problem Behaviour
A large body of evidence shows the relationship between self-reported problem behaviour and drug use. The different forms of problem behaviour will be influenced by the cultural context of the evaluation and by the nature of the intervention.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Ratings of Social and Anti-Social Behaviour (Aggression)
Anti-social behaviour and aggression have been shown to be a major risk factor for drug use. The strongest indicators of such behaviour involve ratings rather than self-reports. The scale is meant for someone familiar with a child/adolescent's behaviour.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, pt, ro
Self-Esteem
The CORE SCALE draws on the most commonly used items in the measurement of self-esteem considered as a mediator factor related to experimenting with drugs.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Situational Confidence Questionnaire (SCQ)
The SCQ was developed to assess a client's perceived ability to cope effectively with alcohol in high risk drinking situations in everyday life.
Treatment Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adults en
Situational Confidence Questionnaire - Heroin (SCQ-H)
The SCQ-H was developed to assess a client's perceived ability to cope effectively with heroin in high risk situations in everyday life.
Treatment Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adults en
Timeline Followback Method (TLFB)
The Alcohol TLFB is a drinking assessment method that obtains estimates of daily drinking. Using a calendar, people provide retrospective estimates of their daily drinking over a specified time period that can vary up to 12 months from the interview date.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en

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