Available Tests

BDS Tests

Behavior Data Systems (BDS) tests' distinguishing characteristics include focused multi-scaled tests, with impressive, empirically demonstrated, reliability, and validity. Each test is standardized for the client population it is designed to assess. With few exceptions, it takes around 30 minutes to administer each of these tests. Data (client's answers) input, computer scoring, and printing of reports (on your printer) is done within 2 to 3 minutes. Other, unique BDS test features are many, and include: Truthfulness Scales, Truth-Corrected Scale Scores, Test Data Input Verification (insures accuracy), Human Voice Audio (for reading impaired), Built-In Database (for ongoing research), Delete Client Names from program (insures HIPAA compliance), Annual Summary Reports, and Staff Training.

ACDI-Corrections Version II

Designed for school, juvenile court, and juvenile probation department use. Version II has a Violence Scale. Version II has 140 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. Version II has seven (7) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale 3. Adjustment Scale, 4. Stress Coping Abilities Scale, 5. Distress Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, and 7. Drug Scale. Specific, attained scale score-related, intervention, treatment, and probation recommendations are given for each of these scales. If you are looking for a juvenile, (male and female) assessment instrument that includes a violence measure, we recommend that you consider the ACDI-Corrections Version II.

Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory

The Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory (ACDI) is a short, non-offensive, self-report test that obtains a lot of important information quickly. The ACDI assesses troubled youth in schools, counseling, and treatment settings. The ACDI has 105 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. It has (5) five scales (domains): 1. Truthfulness Scale; 2. Adjustment Scale; 3. Distress Scale; 4. Alcohol Scale, and 5. Drug Scale. Specific intervention, counseling, and treatment recommendations are provided.

Adult Outpatient Assessment

The Adult Outpatient Assessment (AOA) is an evidence based test that is designed for adult (male and female) outpatient screening or assessment. The AOA consists of 153 true-false and multiple choice questions and takes on average 25 to 30 minutes to complete. Psychiatrists, psychologists, private practitioners, counselors and mental health professionals use the AOA to screen at intake. The AOA contains eight (8) scales (measures or domains):1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Self-Esteem Scale, 3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drug Scale, 5. *DSM-IV Substance Abuse Scale, 6. *DSM-IV Substance Dependency Scale, 7. Violence Scale and 8. Stress Management Scale. The Adult Outpatient Assessment (AOA) is available online at www.online-testing.com.

Alcohol Drug Screen

The Alcohol-Drug-Screen *(ADS) focuses entirely on adult alcohol and drug use or abuse. The Alcohol-Drug-Screen (ADS) is a brief, self-administered evidence based substance (alcohol and other drugs) abuse assessment instrument or test. It consists of 116 questions and takes 20 minutes to complete. From test data (answers) input, the ADS is scored with reports printed within 2½ minutes on-site. The Alcohol-Drug-Screen (ADS) incorporates five scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drug Scale, 4. DSM-5 Substance Use Disorder Scale, 5. Stress Management Scale. The Alcohol-Drug-Screen (ADS) report facilitates alcohol and drug use problem identification, measures problem severity and enables the matching of problem (alcohol and/or drug) severity with optimum intervention or treatment intensity.

Anger Management Profile

This test is designed for court and anger assessment treatment settings. The AMP is, particularly, useful in substance (alcohol and other drugs) abuse-related cases. It has 123 items and takes 25 minutes to complete. The Anger Management Profile scales (domains) include: Truthfulness, Anger, Alcohol, Anger Management, and Drug Scales. The Anger Management Profile evaluates the client's test-taking attitude, and identifies faking. It measures substance use and the severity of abuse. The scale score recommendations are in accordance with American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) guidelines. It also quantifies anger (violence) potential.

Anxiety-Depression Assessment

The Anxiety-Depression Assessment (ADA) is a 151 item assessment instrument or test that takes approximately 25 minutes to complete. The ADA is used for evaluating anxiety and depression. ADA scales (domains) include: Truthfulness, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, Agoraphobia, Panic Disorder, Specific Phobia, Self-Esteem, and Depression. The Anxiety-Depression Assessment (ADA) facilitates early problem identification, which simplifies prompt problem identification, intervention as warranted and treatment when necessary. Anxiety and depression frequently coexist. The ADA identifies problems and enables accurate matching of problem severity with treatment intensity.

Defendant Questionnaire

Designed for adult (male and female), court-related defendant assessment. It is appropriate for Drug Courts and general court populations. It is appropriate for misdemeanor and felony cases. The DQ has 137 items and takes 35 minutes to complete. It has seven (7) scales: 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale (Lethality), 3. Antisocial Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale, 5. Drug Scale, 6. Substance Use Disorder, and 7. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. Substance Abuse/Dependency is classified in terms of DSM-5 criteria, while measuring the severity of alcohol and drug use. Additionally, the DQ incorporates ASAM compatible, treatment recommendation.

Domestic Violence Inventory

For domestic violence offender assessment. The DVI evaluates lethality, control issues, substance abuse, and much more. It has 155 items and takes 30 minutes to complete. The DVI has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Lethality Scale (potential), 3. Control Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale, 5. Drug Scale, and 6. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The Truthfulness Scale detects denial, deception, and faking. The DVI is a popular and widely used (U.S., U.K., Canada), adult domestic violence perpetrator assessment instrument.

DVI-Juvenile

Designed for evaluating juveniles (14 to 18 years) accused, or convicted of domestic violence. The DVI-Juvenile has 149 items and takes 30 to 35 minutes to complete. The DVI-Juvenile has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale (Lethality), 3. Control Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale, 5. Drug Scale, and 6. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. This is a popular test for juvenile, domestic violence caseloads, and counseling programs.

DVI Pre-Post

For measuring domestic violence treatment outcome. The same test is given before and after treatment. Upon post-test, it compares pre-post test results in a DVI Pre-Post report. It has 147 items and takes 30 minutes to complete. The DVI Pre-Post has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale (Lethality), 3. Control Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale, 5. Drug Scale, and 6. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. Although this test evolved from the DVI, it objectively, compares pre-test and post-test scores. It is one of a few tests, that provides an outcome measure. If you want to know if domestic violence treatment was effective, we recommend that you consider the DVI Pre-Post.

DVI Short Form

The DVI-Short Form is a brief, easily administered, and automated, (computer-scored) adult domestic violence test. It has 76 items and takes 20 minutes to complete. The Short Form has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence (potential) Scale, 3. Control Scale, 4. Alcohol Scale, 5. Drug Scale, and 6. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The DVI-Short Form assesses attitudes and behaviors important to domestic violence offender evaluation. The DVI-Short Form is appropriate for reading impaired assessment and high volume testing programs. The DVI-Short Form is a popular, domestic violence, offender assessment instrument, or test.

Driver Impairment Index

The Driver Impairment Index was designed, specifically, for California DUI providers. It has three (3) scales (measures): Truthfulness Scale, Alcohol Scale, and the Drug Scale. The DII consists of 64 items, takes nine or ten minutes to complete, and can be administered individually, or in groups. DIIs can be given in paper-pencil, test booklet format, or on the computer screen. Regardless of how administered, all DII tests are scored over the Internet, with scored reports printed on-site, within three minutes. This test is reliable, valid, and accurate. DII tests are readily available (24/7) over the Internet at www.online-testing.com, where descriptive information, research, and an example report are available for review. Also available is the DII-Dr, which includes a Driver Risk Scale.

Driver Impairment Index-Dr

The Driver Impairment Index was designed, specifically, for California DUI providers. It has four (4) scales (measures): Truthfulness Scale, Alcohol Scale, Drug Scale, and a Driver Risk Scale. The DII consists of 74 items, takes 15 minutes to complete, and can be administered individually, or in groups. DII-Dr can be given in paper-pencil, test booklet format, or on the computer screen. Regardless of how administered, all DII-Dr tests are scored over the Internet, with scored reports printed on-site, within three minutes. This test is reliable, valid and accurate. DII-Dr tests are readily available (24/7) over the Internet at www.online-testing.com, where descriptive information, research, and an example report are available for review.

Driver Inventory

The Driver Inventory (DI) is a driver risk test that does not include alcohol or drug scales. The DI has 124 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The Driver Inventory has five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Aggressiveness Scale, 3. Self-Rating Scale, 4. Stress Coping Scale, and 5. Driver Risk Scale. If you want a driver risk, assessment instrument, or test that does not have an alcohol or drug scale, we recommend the Driver Inventory (DI). The DI is designed to be different. It is, deliberately, short. The DI is non-introversive and does not elicit defensiveness or anger. And, the DI is comprehensive, as its scales represent important areas of inquiry.

Driver Risk Inventory-2

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the highest federal authority in the DUI/DWI field. After reviewing the major DUI/DWI offender tests, NHTSA rated the Driver Risk Inventory (DRI), the best (DOT HS 807 475). Now, after years of additional research, the DRI has been improved. The DSM-5 substance use disorder has been added, and the length of the test has been shortened, while improving its already impressive reliability, validity, and accuracy. This improved test is the Driver Risk Inventory-2 (DRI-2).

The DRI-2 consists of 113 test items and takes 25 minutes to complete. The six DRI-2 scales (measures) are: 1) Truthfulness Scale, 2) Alcohol Scale, 3) Drug Scale, 4) DSM-5-Substance Use Disorder, 5) Driver Risk Scale, and 6) Stress Management Scale.

DUI/DWI Offender Test

The DUI/DWI Offender Test is a 117-item, self-administered test that contains true-false and multiple choice questions. It takes 20 minutes to complete and is computer scored, with DDOT reports printed in 2 1/2 minutes, from data (answers) entry. DDOT recommendations are DUI/DWI program oriented. DDOT was designed for DUI/DWI offender assessment and was (and continues to be) standardized on DUI/DWI offenders.

DUI-DWI Offender Test Scales (DDOT) includes the Truthfulness Scale, Alcohol Scale, Drug Scale, Marijuana Scale, Substance Use Disorder Scale, and a Driver Risk Scale.

Employee Review

Identifies employee (male and female) problems, like a negative attitude, poor stress management skills, and substance (alcohol and drug) abuse. Early, problem identification can be advantageous to both employee and employer, and with intervention, save jobs.

The Employee Review (ER) is a 126-item, self-report screening instrument, or test that takes around 20 to 25 minutes to complete. Scored and printedreports are available, within 3 minutes. The ER is based upon the premise that good employees are worth retaining -- even when employment obstacles or problems emerge. The (ER contains five scales or measures: 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Employee Orientation, 4. Drug Scale, and 5. the Stress Management

Employment Barriers

Designed for evaluating client's "barriers to employment." Screening for employment barriers allows problems to be identified and treated, according to their severity.

Employment Barriers (EB) is a 116-item, self-report test that is written at a low 6th grade reading level. It can be completed in 25 minutes. Scored and typed EB reports are available on-site, within 2½ minutes of data entry. EB problem screening speeds up intervention, treatment, and help. The six Employment Barriers (EB) scales include: Degree of Confidence Scale, Work Orientation Scale, Self-Esteem Scale, Alcohol Scale, Drug Scale, and the Stress Management Scale.

1st Offense Inventory

The 1st Offense Inventory is designed for first offender (male and female) assessment. This test is, particularly useful in defendant, presentence, pretrial, and probation settings. The 1st Offense Inventory consists of 122 true/false and multiple choice items. It takes 20 to 25 minutes, on average, to complete and has a fifth-grade reading level. The assessment has seven (7) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drug Scale, 4. Antisocial Scale, 5. Peer Pressure Scale, 6. Entitlement Scale, and 7. Self-Esteem Scale.

Gambler Addiction Index

Designed for gambler assessment. It has 166 items and takes 35 minutes to complete. The Gambler Addiction Index has seven (7) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Gambling Severity Scale, 3. Suicide Scale, 4. DSM-5 Gambling Scale, 5. Alcohol Scale, 6. Drug Scale, and 7. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. Within three minutes of test completion, the GAI prints a comprehensive report. The GAI assesses important "gambler" attitudes and behaviors. It is estimated that there are over 12 million gamblers in the United States.

Juvenile Detention Exam

The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) is, specifically, designed for juvenile (male and female) detention (detainment, confinement and incarceration). The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) is a brief, easily administered and computer scored juvenile detention center test. It is used to assess troubled (male and female) youth. The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) consists of 105 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The JDE contains five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drugs Scale, 4. Violence (lethality) Scale, and 5. Antisocial Scale. This test helps in understanding troubled youth that are placed in detention settings.

Juvenile Disposition Assessment

The Juvenile Disposition Assessment (JDA) is designed, specifically, for juvenile, (male and female) presentence evaluation. It has 159 items and takes 35 minutes to complete. The JDA has nine (9) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Suicide Scale, 3. Resistance Scale, 4. Self-Esteem Scale, 5. Violence Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, 7. Drug Scale, 8. Distress Scale, and 9. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The JDA is much more than just another alcohol or drug test. Consequently, it measures many important behaviors missed by many other juvenile tests. This type of information helps in making decisions regarding incarceration and treatment.

Juvenile Pre-Post

The Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory is an evidence-based, treatment outcome test that establishes whether treatment has resulted in positive change, negative change, or no change. The Juvenile Pre-Post consists of 161 items and takes,on average, 30 minutes to complete. The Juvenile Pre-Post is a reliable and valid, computer scored test that provides a Comparison Report, within 2½ minutes of data (answers) entry.

The areas of inquiry, represented by the eight Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory scales, measure treatment outcome, or change. The eight (8) Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory scales (measures) are: 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Anxiety Scale, 3. Depression Scale, 4. Distress Scale, 5. Self-Esteem Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, 7. Drug Scale and 8. the Stress Management Scale

Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile

Designed for school systems, juvenile screening programs, and troubled youth treatment agencies. The JSAP has 116 items and takes 20 minutes to complete. The Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile has five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Aggressiveness Scale, 3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drug Scale, and 5. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. This is a fast way to screen juveniles in a non-introversive manner. Extreme aggressiveness can spill over into violence. Greatly impaired stress coping abilities identify existing, emotional and mental health problems. This is a brief, yet comprehensive, and standardized, self-report test.

Offender Assessment Index

This assessment is an adult, court test that is appropriate for evaluating misdemeanor and felony defendants, both male and female. The OAI has 158 items and takes 30 minutes to complete. The OAI's seven (7) scales (measures) include: Truthfulness Scale, Violence Scale, Alcohol Scale, Stress Coping Abilities Scale, Drug Scale, Substance Abuse/Dependency Scale, and Resistance Scale. The Offender Assessment Index scales measure important, offender attitudinal (resistance), problem (alcohol/drugs), and behavioral (violence) areas of inquiry. The OAI classifies substance abuse with DSM-5 criteria, while, concurrently, measuring alcohol and drug abuse severity.

Outpatient Screen

Outpatient screening (assessments or tests) enables early identification of psychological problems like anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem, substance (alcohol/drug) use and stress management issues. Outpatient screening, like emergency room triage, prioritizes problem identification, leading to faster treatment involvement while improving outcomes. Outpatient screening provides an objective second opinion. The Outpatient Screen (OS) is a 152-item evidence-based self-report test that your patient/client can complete in 25 to 30 minutes.

Outreach Assessment

The Outreach Assessment (OA) is an objective, evidence based, adult screening instrument or test. It is designed for screening (assessment or evaluation) and, as warranted, referral for intervention or treatment. The Outreach Assessment meets the need for a brief, yet meaningful adult screening test. The Outreach Assessment consists of 105 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. Tests are scored online (www.online-testing.com) with printed reports available within 2 ½ minutes of data (test answers) entry. The Outreach Assessment contains 5 scales or measures: Truthfulness, Violence, Alcohol, Drugs and Stress Management.

Parolee Inventory

Designed for parolee assessment. The PI has 135 items and takes 30 to 35 minutes to complete. The PI has eight (8) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence (Lethality) Scale, 3. Antisocial Scale, 4. Distress Scale, 5. Self-Esteem Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, 7. Drug Scale, and 8. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The Parolee Inventory is an objective, comprehensive and standardized screening instrument that examines important attitudes and behaviors. The PI provides an objective, on-site, second opinion, in a timely manner.

Pre-Post Inventory

The Pre-Post Inventory is a test that is administered to a client, more than once. It is, typically, given the first time (pre-test), upon client admission into a treatment, counseling, or intervention program, and before treatment has occurred. Then, after treatment is completed, the Pre-Post Inventory is administered to the same client, again. This second testing is called the post-test (2nd test), which generates the "Comparison Report." The Pre-Post Inventory consists of 161 items and takes 30 minutes to complete, it contains eight (8) scales (measures): Truthfulness, Depression, Self-Esteem, Anxiety, Distress, Alcohol, Drug, and Stress Management. It consists of 161 items and takes 30 minutes to complete.

Prison Inmate Inventory

Designed for prison inmate (male and female) assessment. The PII has 161 items and takes 35 to 40 minutes to complete. The PII has ten (10) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence (Lethality) Scale, 3. Antisocial Scale, 4. Adjustment Scale, 5. Self-Esteem Scale, 6. Judgment Scale, 7. Distress Scale, 8. Alcohol Scale, 9. Drug Scale, and 10. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The PII is standardized on thousands of prison inmates. Reports contain specific, score-related recommendations that are applicable to levels of supervision and treatment needs. The PII is a popular, prison inmate assessment instrument, or test.

Probation Referral Outcome

The Probation Referral Outcome (PRO) is a treatment, effectiveness, outcome test that is administered to probationers, more than once. Some probation officers administer the PRO, when they decide to refer the probationer to treatment (counseling or psychotherapy). However, it is typically given the first time (pre-test), when a probationer is admitted into treatment, and before treatment is begun. Then, after treatment is completed, the Probation Referral Outcome is administered to the same probationer, again. This second testing is called the post-test (2nd test), which generates the "Comparison Report." The PRO contains 165 items and eight scales or measure, which includes: 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Depression Scale, 3. Violence Scale, 4. Anxiety Scale, 5. Alcohol Scale, 6. Self-Esteem Scale, 7. Drugs Scale, and 8. the Stress Management Scale. The PRO takes approximately 30 minutes to administer.

Quick Risk Screen

The QRS has 64 items and can be completed in 20 minutes. It has four (4) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drug Scale, and 4. Risk Scale. The Quick Risk Screen has been standardized and normed on thousands of clients. This test is brief and to the point, yet provides important attitudinal and behavioral information. The Risk Scale measures the client's danger to self and others.

Reinstatement Review Inventory

Designed for screening applicants applying for reinstatement of a driver's license. These applicants have had a driver's license suspended or revoked. The RRI has 124 items and takes 25 minutes to complete. The RRI has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Road Rage Scale, 3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drug Scale, 5. Comparative Change Scale, and 6. Intervention Checklist Scale. The RRI explores the question, "Has the applicant changed since their driver's license was suspended or revoked?" A second version of the RRI was developed and is called the RRI-II.

Reinstatement Review Inventory-II

The RRI-II is another approach to screening applicants applying for reinstatement of a driver's license. These applicants have had a driver's license suspended or revoked. The RRI-II has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Stress Coping Abilities Scale, 3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drug Scale, 5. Comparative Change Scale, and 6. Intervention Checklist. The RRI-II replaced the RRI's Road Rage Scale, with its Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The RRI-II explores the question, "Has the applicant changed since their driver's license was suspended or revoked?"

Self-Assessment Index

Designed for welfare recipient screening in welfare-to-work programs. It has 103 items and takes 20 minutes to complete. The Self-Assessment Index has five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Work Index Scale, 3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drug Scale, and 5. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. This test screens substance (alcohol and drugs) abuse, work attitudes, motivation and stress coping -- important attitudes and behaviors for understanding welfare-to-work participants. Test results can be used to coordinate intervention, treatment and vocational rehabilitational services.

Self-Audit

The Self-Audit (SA) is designed for adult, (male and female) counseling and treatment program intake. The SA can also be used in HMOs, EAP programs, courts, probation, and community corrections. The SA has 160 items and takes 30 to 35 minutes to complete. It contains nine (9) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Distress Scale, 3. Resistance Scale, 4. Morale Scale, 5. Violence Scale, 6. Alcohol Scale, 7. Drug Scale, 8. Self-Esteem Scale, and 9. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The Self-Audit differs from the Victim Index, in that the SA contains a Violence (Lethality) and individual Alcohol and Drug Scales. The SA was developed in response to evaluators' requests.

Sexual Adjustment Inventory

Designed for identifying sexual deviance and paraphilias in persons accused, or convicted of sex offenses. The SAI has 225 items and takes 45 minutes to an hour to complete. The SAI has thirteen (13) scales (measures): 1. Test Item Truthfulness Scale, 2. Sex Item Truthfulness Scale, 3. Sexual Adjustment Scale, 4. Child Molest Scale, 5. Sexual (Rape) Assault Scale, 6. Exhibitionism Scale, 7. Incest Classification Scale, 8. Violence Scale (Lethality), 9. Antisocial Scale, 10. Distress Scale, 11. Impulsiveness Scale, 12. Alcohol Scale, and 13. Drug Scale. Many sex offenders try to minimize their problems, which emphasizes the importance of the two SAI truthfulness scales, while underscoring the value of Truth-Corrected Scores, (which are more accurate than raw scores). The SAI is standardized on thousands of sex offenders. It has proven to be a reliable, valid, accurate, and objective, sex offender assessment instrument, or test.

SAI-Juvenile

Designed for evaluating juveniles (12 to 18 years) accused, or convicted of sexual offenses. The SAI-Juvenile has 230 items and takes an hour to complete. The SAI-Juvenile has thirteen (13) scales (measures): 1. Test Item Truthfulness Scale, 2. Sex Item Truthfulness Scale, 3. Child Molest Scale, 4. Sexual (Rape) Assault Scale, 5. Incest Classification Scale, 6. Exhibitionism Scale, 7. Sexual Adjustment Scale, 8. Violence Scale (Lethality), 9. Antisocial Scale, 10. Distress Scale, 11. Alcohol Scale, 12. Drug Scale, and 13. Impulsiveness Scale. The adult SAI was modified for juveniles. When selecting a test for evaluating juveniles accused, or convicted of sexual offenses, we recommend that you consider this reliable, valid, and accurate test.

Shoplifting Inventory

The Shoplifting Inventory (SI) is designed for shoplifter evaluation. Shoplifters come from a variety of backgrounds and are representative of different ages, genders, ethnic groups and educational backgrounds. Shoplifting Inventory (SI) is a 141-item shoplifting offender test or assessment instrument. The SI incorporates seven scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Shop-lifting Scale,3. Alcohol Scale, 4. Drug Scale, 5. Peer Pressure Scale, 6. Impulsiveness Scale and 7. the Self-Esteem Scale.

Substance Abuse Questionnaire

The Substance Abuse Questionnaire (SAQ) is an adult, substance (alcohol and other drugs) abuse, assessment instrument, or test that also, assesses aggressiveness, resistance, and stress handling abilities. The SAQ has 153 items, takes 30 minutes to complete, and reports are available on-site, within 2½ minutes of data entry. The SAQ has six (6) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Alcohol Scale, 3. Drug Scale, 4. Aggressiveness Scale, 5. Resistance Scale, and 6. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The SAQ is a concise, objective and standardized assessment instrument, or test.

Suicide Risk Assessment

The Suicide Risk Assessment (SRA) is a 142-item, self-report assessment instrument or test, that takes 25 minutes to complete. From data (test answers) entry, it takes 3 minutes or less to computer-score and print four (4) page, SRA reports. The Suicide Risk Assessment (SRA) is an evidence based assessment instrument or test that assesses what are generally considered "core competencies" in suicide risk assessment. The SRA is available online (www.online-testing.com). The SRA is a clinical resource that is focused specifically on suicide risk assessment.

SAQ-Adult Probation III

The SAQ-Adult Probation III is designed for adult, (male and female) probationer assessment. It takes 30 minutes to complete, and printed reports are available, on-site, in 2½ minutes of data entry. The SAQ-Adult Probation III has seven (7) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Violence Scale (Lethality), 3. Antisocial Scale, 4. Aggressiveness Scale, 5. Alcohol Scale, 6. Drug Scale, and 7. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. It has been standardized and normed on over 115,000 probationers. Returned diskettes can be summarized on a state, or department basis, in annual summary reports, which are provided free. The SAQ-Adult Probation III is a popular test with proven reliability, validity, and accuracy.

Treatment Intervention Inventory

Designed for adult, treatment intake assessment. The TII has 162 items and takes 35 minutes to complete. The Treatment Intervention Inventory has nine (9) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Anxiety Scale, 3. Depression Scale, 4. Distress Scale, 5. Self-Esteem Scale, 6. Family Issues Scale, 7. Alcohol Scale, 8. Drug Scale, and 9. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The TII is appropriate for HMOs, EAP Programs, counseling intake, and chemical dependency treatment settings. The TII identifies problems that warrant referral, intervention, or treatment.

TII-Juvenile

Designed for juvenile, program (counseling, troubled youth, schools, HMOs and chemical dependency) intake. The TII-Juvenile has 143 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. It has nine (9) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Self-Esteem Scale, 3. Family Issues Scale, 4. Anxiety Scale, 5. Depression Scale, 6. Distress Scale, 7. Alcohol Scale, 8. Drug Scale, and 9. Stress Coping Abilities Scale. The TII-Juvenile should be considered when selecting a program intake, or screening instrument for troubled youth.

Veteran Information Profile

The Veteran Information Profile (VIP) is a post-deployment, screening instrument, or civilian reintegration test that was designed for evaluators who counsel or assess veterans. The Veteran Information Profile, or VIP, incorporates eight (8) veteran post-deployment scales (areas of inquiry): Truthfulness Scale, PTSD Scale, Civilian Reintegration Scale, Suicide Scale, Self-Esteem Scale, Alcohol Scale, Depression Scale and Drug Scale. The VIP is a 163-item, self-report test that takes around 30 minutes to complete. VIP tests are conveniently accessible (24/7) and affordable. For more VIP information, and to review an example VIP report, visit www.online-testing.com.

Victim Index

Designed for victim assessment. Victims of physical and mental abuse or domestic violence represent the clients the VI is designed for. The VI has 147 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. The Victim Index has eight (8) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Distress Scale, 3. Morale Scale, 4. Self-Esteem Scale, 5. Resistance Scale, 6. Substance Abuse Scale, 7. Stress Coping Abilities Scale, and 8. Suicide Ideation Scale. The VI is different. It is designed to screen victims of physical and/or mental abuse. The Victim Index (VI) is appropriate for adult, male and female clients.

Violations Analysis Inventory

This test is designed for use with defendants convicted of moving violations and who are participating in defensive driving courses, or are completing traffic violator, or driver safety programs. The VAI has 114 items and takes 20 to 25 minutes to complete. The VAI has five (5) scales (measures): 1. Truthfulness Scale, 2. Attitude Scale, 3. Driver Risk Scale 4. Stress Coping Scale, and 5. Self-Esteem Scale. The VAI is designed for quick assessment of attitudes and behavior that influence one's driving. The VAI helps defendants explore their attitudes and assess their driving-related behavior in a positive (as opposed to critical) manner.

Behavior Data Systems (BDS) understands the frustrations inherent in searching for a test that will, optimally, meet your testing needs. Our staff is available to answer questions, at no cost, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mountain Standard Time, Monday through Friday. Our telephone number is (602)234-3506, fax (602)266-8227, and e-mail info@bdsltd.com.