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    Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale ® (BASIS-32 ®)

    [ Developed in 1986
    A 24-item version also exists: the BASIS-24 ]

    Author(s)
    Eisen Susan Valerie
    Purpose
      Pathology:
    Psychiatry/psychology

      Disease:
    Generic for psychiatry/psychology

      Objective:
    To assess change in patients' behavior and symptom difficulty between the beginning of a treatment episode and some follow-up point, such as discharge

      Population:
    Adolescent
    Adult

    [ 14+ years ]
    Characteristics
      Type of instrument:
    Signs and symptoms

      Mode of administration:
    Self-administered

      Number of items:
    32

      Existence of database:
    Yes

    [ More information in the restricted level ]

      Time recall:
    During the last week
     
    Language(s)
      Original language:
    English for the USA

      List of existing translations:
    (the translations may not have undergone a full linguistic validation process. Please check status of translations with Mapi Research Trust / the developers / copyright holders / distributors)

     Cambodian
     Finnish
     Japanese
     Spanish
     Chinese
     German
     Korean
     Tagalog
     French
     Italian
     Portuguese
     Vietnamese

     


    Last update: September 2008
    Last update in collaboration with the author: May 2008


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