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The Evaluation Instruments Bank (EIB) is an online archive of freely available instruments for evaluating drug-related interventions. Details regarding copyright and/or possible use restrictions are specified for each instrument. An evaluation instrument is typically a questionnaire, an interview script, or a set of observation guidelines, used to evaluate one or more aspects of an intervention in the drugs field.
Please note that the EMCDDA is no longer actively maintaining the collection of instruments in the EIB. However if you believe any resource or content featured here should be removed, corrections or updates made, please do not hesitate to let us know.
|Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale||March 1972||mental health, tools for practice, treatment of drug use||Lenore S. Radloff|
|Sensation Seeking Scale||May 1971||evaluation instrument, mental health, tools for practice, young people||Marvin Zuckerman|
|Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale||November 1965||evaluation instrument, mental health, tools for practice||Rosenberg, Morris|