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Rehab Measures: Behavior And Symptom Identification Scale

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Title of Assessment

Behavior And Symptom Identification Scale 

Acronym

BASIS-32

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Purpose

The BASIS-3 identifies a wide spectrum of symptoms across the diagnostic catagories

Description

32 items compose 5 psychiatric and substance abuse sub-scales assessing symptoms over a one week period:
  1. Relation to Self and Others
  2. Depression and Anxiety
  3. Daily Living and Role Functioning
  4. Impulsive and Addictive Behavior
  5. Psychosis

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Not Free 

Actual Cost

Use of BASIS-32 requires an end-user license available through McLean Hospital

Age Range

Adolescent: 13-17 years; Adult: 18-64 years 

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Paper/Pencil 

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Instrument in PDF Format

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Approval Status Approved 
 
Attachments
BASIS-32.pdf    
Created at 3/30/2011 10:25 AM  by Jason Raad 
Last modified at 12/11/2013 12:43 PM  by Jason Raad