Dimensionality of the Composite International Diagnostic Interview-Substance Abuse Module Symptoms

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Title
Dimensionality of the Composite International Diagnostic Interview-Substance Abuse Module Symptoms
Author
氏名 岩田 昇
ヨミ イワタ ノボル
別名 IWATA Noboru
氏名 Eric F. WAGNER
ヨミ
別名
氏名 Donald A. LLOYD
ヨミ
別名
氏名 R. jay TURNER
ヨミ
別名
Subject
CIDI
substance use disorder
exploratory factor analysis
confirmatory factor analysis
Abstract

To determine the dimensionality of items from the Composite International Diagnostic Interview—Substance Abuse Module (CIDI-SAM), responses to the 34 CIDI-SAM symptom items (17 each for alcohol and marijuana) obtained from 636 subjects who were alcohol and marijuana users from a representative community sample of young adults were subjected to factor analysis. Of the four factors extracted, one corresponded to alcohol dependence and another represented marijuana dependence. Alcohol and marijuana abuse items were not distinguished by substance, but rather by the domains of problems related to general substance abusing behavior. Within specific substances, dependence as measured by the CIDI-SAM appears to be a unidimensional construct. Conversely, abuse appears to be a multidimensional construct irrespective of the substance concerned.

Journal Title
広島国際大学心理学部紀要
Volume
4
Spage
1
Epage
12
Published Date
2017-03-14
Publisher
広島国際大学心理学部
ISSN
2432-2067
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
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hirokoku-u