Affiliation: University of Houston
- A pilot study using the group environment scale to evaluate first-year resident support groupsDale Alexander
Department of Family Medicine, University of North Carolina, USA
Fam Med 34:732-7. 2002..This study tests a quantitative method for assessing resident support groups using a standardized questionnaire to evaluate changes occurring during support group participation...
- A marijuana screening inventory (experimental version): description and preliminary psychometric propertiesDale Alexander
Graduate School of Social Work, University of Houston, Houston, Texas 77204 4013, USA
Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 29:619-46. 2003..This article describes the Marijuana Screening Inventory (MSI-X) and its preliminary psychometric reliability, factor analyses, and factor structure...
- The Marijuana Screening Inventory (MSI-X): reliability, factor structure, and scoring criteria with a clinical sampleDale E Alexander
University of Houston, Graduate School of Social Work, Houston, TX 77204 4013, USA
Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 30:321-51. 2004....
- Utilizing a substance use attitudes, practices and knowledge survey for multidisciplinary curriculum developmentDale Alexander
University of Houston, TX 77204 4492, USA
Subst Abus 26:63-6. 2005..Development and administration of a substance use attitudes questionnaire to social work students and clinicians, physician assistant students and practitioners, and medical interns is described...
- The DSM Guided Cannabis Screen (DSM-G-CS): description, reliability, factor structure and empirical scoring with a clinical sampleDale Alexander
University of Houston, Graduate College of Social Work, Texas 77204 4013, United States
Addict Behav 36:1095-100. 2011..Clinically, DSM-G-CS scores of two to three (or more) suggest probable cannabis-use disorder, deserving assessment to determine diagnostic accuracy...
- The Marijuana Screening Inventory (MSI-X): concurrent, convergent and discriminant validity with multiple measuresDale Alexander
Graduate College of Social Work, University of Houston, Houston, Texas 77204 4013, USA
Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse 32:351-78. 2006..Overall, the findings support MSI-X concurrent, convergent and discriminant validity...