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Displaying instruments where pecific aspect is Motivation
Instrument Areas of evaluation Aspect being evaluated Target population Language
Attitudes to Drug Use
Attitudes are dispositions to evaluate an object either positively or negatively. In general, while they are important context measures, they do not predict actual behaviour very well. They should not be used as a substitute for measures of behaviour.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Beliefs about Consequences
Beliefs about the consequences of drug use can be categorised in two ways: whether they are (i) positive or negative and (ii) short-term or long-term. Such beliefs are more closely related to behaviour if focused on personal use and in specific contexts.
Prevention Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
CMRS Scales for Substance Abuse Treatment
CMR is designed to measure motivation and readiness for treatment and to predict retention in treatment among abusers of illicit drugs
Treatment Outcome Adolescents, Adults en, es
Dépistage de Consommation problématique d’alcool
Designed to assess levels of alcohol and drug use amongst young people.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents fr
Intention
There is considerable evidence that 'intention' is a powerful predictor of later use. Intentions can also be a useful measure at a relatively young age when measures of use might not be very sensitive.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en, es, ro
Motivation and School Attendance
Of all of the important factors predicting dropping out from school, motivation and school attendance are among the most important. This scale is intended for use by student's class teacher at primary or post-primary school.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors Adolescents, Children es, ro
Normative Influences
The most widely accepted approach to the measurement of normative influence is to establish the frequency with respondents perceive peers and relevant other to use a particular substance.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children es, ro
Normative Influences (II): Approval
Another important feature of normative influence is perceived approval. The questionnaire investigates on a number of items on peer approval ranging from immediate peers (best friends) to remote peers (people of same age).
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
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
Perceived Access to Drugs
Perceived access to substances is a strong predictor of use and is an important risk factor. The questionnaire focuses on thisaspect rather than attempting to gauge the extent to which such access is possible.
Prevention Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children en, es, ro
Perception of Aspects of School Life
It has been shown that self-perception in school as well as the student's experience of a sense of challenge and perceived value of school are risk factor for drop-out. The CORE SCALE is designed to measure these features.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Children 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 Risks Associated with Drug Use
The perception of risk is closely associated with 'beliefs about negative consequences'. Note: in the instrument on Perception of Risks Associated with drug use a low score means a high level of awareness.
Prevention Outcome, Mediating/risk factors, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults, Children en, es, ro
Personal questionnaire (SOCRATES M-SO-F)
SOCRATES forms are designed to assess readiness for change in alcohol/drug abusers and their loved ones. It is a 32-item alcohol questionnaire for Males' significant others.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en
Personal questionnaire (SOCRATES M-SO-M)
SOCRATES forms are designed to assess readiness for change in alcohol/drug abusers and their loved ones. It is a 32-item alcohol questionnaire for Females' significant others.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adults en
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
The Texas Christian University - Intake - Correctional Residential
The Self-Rating at Intake is completed by the client immediately following the initial assessment. It includes short scales for psychological adjustment (eg. self-esteem, anxiety) , social functioning (eg. risk taking, hostility) and motivational scale.
Treatment Outcome Adolescents, Adults en
The Texas Christian University - Treatment Motivation Scales
Designed to evaluate the readiness of the client for treatment. Three motivational scales that represent stages of readiness are assessed - problem recognition, desire for help and treatment readiness.
Treatment Outcome, Needs and planning Adolescents, Adults en
The Texas Christian University Self Rating at Intake - Methadone Outpatient
The Self-Rating at Intake is completed by the client immediately following the initial assessment. It includes short scales for psychological adjustment (eg. self-esteem, anxiety) , social functioning (eg. risk taking, hostility) and motivation scales.
Treatment Outcome Adults en

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