van Limbeek, and P Geerlings, "The addiction severity index
: Reliability and validity in a Dutch addict population," Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, vol.
Structure and Scores of the Addiction Severity Index
Verification of the Addiction Severity Index
Japanese Version (ASI-J) as a treatment-customization, prediction, and comparison tool for alcohol-dependent individuals.
"The addiction severity index
at 25: Origins, contributions and transitions," American Journal of Addiction, Vol.15(Issue2), pp.113-124, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10550490500528316
Rendimiento psicometrico de la sexta version del Addiction Severity Index
en espanol (ASI-6).
a) Retention in treatment: treatment status at 12 months; Other MMT refers to patients being prescribed methadone but not by the trial doctors b) Clinical response at 12 months: response to treatment based on the European Addiction Severity Index
. * Relative risk (95% confidence interval).
An improved diagnostic evaluation instrument for substance abuse patients: The Addiction Severity Index
. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 168, 26-33.
([double dagger]) Addiction Severity Index
(ASI) alcohol composite score range 0-1 with higher scores indicating worse severity.
Use of the Addiction Severity Index
with homeless substance abusers.
Initial validation of a computer-administered Addiction Severity Index
: The ASI-MV.
The seventh and final paper, "Making the Addiction Severity Index
User Friendly: An Electronic Display of Client Outcomes Using Shareware" (James E.
Addiction Severity Index
(ASI)-Drug Use/Alcohol Use Subscales -- an instrument that uses a structured interview format to examine several areas of functioning that are commonly affected by substance abuse.