Assessing the reliability and validity of scores from a revised version of the Inventory of Drug Use Consequences
The Inventory of Drug Use Consequences (InDUC; Miller, Tonigan, & Loganbaugh, 1995) is a commonly used self-report measure of negative consequences associated with alcohol and drug abuse. The present study investigated the psychometric properties of the Lifetime Version of the InDUC (InDUC-2L; Miller et al., 1995) and a revised version of the InDUC-2L that expanded the measure's dichotomous scale. One hundred and thirty-eight individuals participated in the current study. Both versions of the InDUC-2L demonstrated sound psychometric characteristics. With additional research, the revised version may be a valuable clinical tool for clinicians who work with individuals with substance use disorders.
Julie A Jackson,
"Assessing the reliability and validity of scores from a revised version of the Inventory of Drug Use Consequences"
(January 1, 2007).
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