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Measure: Motives - Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Substances   #520500  About


Instruments used separately to assess the motives (reasons) for drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, or using drugs.


The purpose of this measure is to assess motives (reasons) for drinking alcohol, smoking cigarettes, or using drugs, by asking the respondent questions about his/her thoughts and motivations for such actions.The Working Group recommends that investigators incorporate two DMQ-R subscales (coping and enhancement) as core items to obtain general information on a variety of substances. The follow-up protocols (including the full version of the DMQ-R) can then be used to obtain detailed information on a single substance.



Addiction, Alcohol, Brief Wisconsin Inventory of Smoking Dependence Motives, Brief WISDM, Cigarette, Conformity, Coping, Craving, Desire, DMQ-R, Drinking Motives Questionnaire Revised, Drugs, Enhancement, Illicit Drugs, Marijuana, Marijuana Motives Measure, MMM, Nicotine, SAA, Social, Substance Abuse, Tobacco, Urge, Substance-specific Intermediate Phenotypes

Measure Release Date: February 24, 2012

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