Development and Psychometric Properties of a Theory-Guided Prescription Stimulant Misuse Questionnaire for College Students Public Deposited

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  • A theory-guided instrument for examining prescription stimulant misuse in the college population was developed and its psychometric properties were evaluated from 2011-2012 at one Pacific Northwest (United States) university. Study methods included instrument development, assessment by five health and measurement professionals, group interviews with six college students, a test-retest pilot study, and a paper-based, in-classroom, campus study using one-stage cluster sampling (N = 520 students, 20 classrooms, eligible student response rate = 96.30%). The instrument demonstrated reliability (i.e. internal consistency and stability) and validity (i.e. face, content, and predictive). Limitations and implications are discussed.
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  • Bavarian, N., Flay, B., Ketcham, P., & Smit, E. (2013). Development and psychometric properties of a theory-guided prescription stimulant misuse questionnaire for college students. Substance Use & Misuse, 48(6), 457-469. doi:10.3109/10826084.2013.778283
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