Personal Experience Inventory for Adults (PEI-A) Personal Experience Inventory for Adults (PEI-A) BRIEF DESCRIPTION TARGET POPULATION ADMINISTRATIVE ISSUES SCORING This self-report inventory documents substance use and resulting problems in adults. The instrument is composed of two parts—Problem Severity. MCDAAP also includes a structured diagnostic interview, the Adolescent Diagnostic Interview, and a brief screening tool, the Personal Experience Screening Questionnaire. As an assessment system, MCDAAP is intended to assist with screening, evaluation, and treatment planning.
Personal Experience Inventory (PEI) Personal Experience Inventory (PEI) BRIEF DESCRIPTION This self-report inventory documents the onset, nature, degree, and duration of chemical involvement in 12- to 18-year-olds and identifies personal risk factors that may precipitate or sustain substance abuse. In addition, six problem. (PEI™-A) Personal Experience Inventory™ for Adults. BY KEN C. WINTERS, PHD. This self-report inventory provides comprehensive information about substance abuse patterns in adults (age 19 or older). It can be used to identify alcohol and drug problems, make referrals, and plan treatment. And, because substance abuse rarely occurs in.
The Personal Experience Inventory for Adults(PEI-A) gives substance abuse service providers a comprehensive, standardized self-report inventory to assist in problem identification, treatment referral, and individualized plan-ning associated with addressing the abuse of alcohol and other drugs by adults. Not a screening tool, the PEI-A is an. The Personal Experience Inventory (PEI) is a recently developed self-report inventory that measures problem severity and psychosocial risk factors associated with adolescents alcohol and drug involvement. The present study examined the concurrent validity of the PEI on a new sample using more controlled research procedures.
Personal Experience Inventory for Adults. $15.00. Availability: Test Review Available for Download. Note that what you are purchasing is a test review. These reviews are descriptions and evaluations of the tests, not the actual tests themselves. To purchase the actual test materials, you will need to contact the test publisher(s). Author Ken C. Winters, Ph.D. Description This self-report inventory provides comprehensive information about substance abuse patterns in adults (ages 19 or older). It may be used to identify alcohol and drug problems, make referrals, and plan treatment. And, because substance abuse rarely occurs in isolation, the PEI-A also assesses a range of psychosocial problems associated with substance.