Monitoring the Future Survey/Dependency Scale

Monitoring the Future Survey/Dependency Scale
Johnston‚ L.D.‚ O’Malley‚ P.M.‚ & Bachman‚ J.G. (2001)
 
Dependency Scale:
1. Was there ever a time in your life when you tried to quit using cigarettes or reduce your use and had difficulty doing so?
8. Never used
1. No
2. Yes
2. Was there ever a time in your life when you tried to quit using alcohol or reduce your use and had difficulty doing so?
8. Never used
1. No
2. Yes
3. Was there ever a time in your life when you tried to quit using marijuana or reduce your use and had difficulty doing so?
8. Never used
1. No
2. Yes
4. Was there ever a time in your life when you tried to quit using cocaine (“crack‚” powder‚ etc.) or reduce your use and had difficulty doing so?
8. Never used
1. No
2. Yes
5. Was there ever a time in your life when you tried to quit using heroin or reduce your use and had difficulty doing so?
8. Never used
1. No
2. Yes
6. Was there ever a time in your life when you tried to quit using any other illegal drugs or reduce your use and had difficulty doing so?
8. Never used
1. No
2. Yes
This instrument can be found on pages 34-35 & 38-40 of Core Measures Initiative Phase I Recommendations‚ Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. Available online at:http://vvv.dmhas.state.ct.us/sig/pdf/uconn/core_measures.pdf
 
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University of Michigan
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Johnston‚ L.D.‚ O’Malley‚ P.M.‚ & Bachman‚ J.G. (2001). Monitoring the Future nationalsurvey results on drug use‚ 1975-2001: Volume 1‚ Secondary School Students 2000 (NIHPublication NO. 01-4924) Bethesda‚ MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.