Event Title

The Alcohol and Drug Use Consequences Questionnaire: An exploration of the dimensionality of consequences

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Faculty Sponsor(s)

David G. Stewart, Ph.D.

Project Type

Research in progress

Primary Department

Clinical Psychology

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Substance use consequences present differently in adolescents than in adults. However, there has been little investigation into the existence of consequence categories largely due to lack of appropriate measures assessing the clustering of consequences. This study explored the factor structure of the Alcohol and Drug Use Consequences Questionnaire (ADUCQ), a 102-item measure for the evaluation of experienced substance use consequences in adolescents. The ADUCQ was administered to 335 youth aged 13-19 years who were enrolled in a substance use motivational enhancement treatment program. Principle components analyses suggested six-factors for the alcohol use items and four-factors for the drug use items.

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This poster was also displayed at the Western Psychological Association, Sacramento, CA, April 2017

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The Alcohol and Drug Use Consequences Questionnaire: An exploration of the dimensionality of consequences

Substance use consequences present differently in adolescents than in adults. However, there has been little investigation into the existence of consequence categories largely due to lack of appropriate measures assessing the clustering of consequences. This study explored the factor structure of the Alcohol and Drug Use Consequences Questionnaire (ADUCQ), a 102-item measure for the evaluation of experienced substance use consequences in adolescents. The ADUCQ was administered to 335 youth aged 13-19 years who were enrolled in a substance use motivational enhancement treatment program. Principle components analyses suggested six-factors for the alcohol use items and four-factors for the drug use items.