Juvenile Tests Alphabetically Listed
Click on a test name to go directly to that tests webpage. Each test page begins with the test description, presents an example test report and provideslinks, to test-related reliability and validity research. And all tests are scored with test reports printed onsite on your printer within two to three minutes. Juvenile tests are listed alphabetically in an annotated bibliographic style. Scroll down to the test(s) that are of interest to you. • Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory This test is a short, non-offensive self-report test that obtains important information quickly. It assesses troubled youths in schools, counseling and treatment settings. The ACDI has 105 items and takes 15 to 20 minutes to complete. The ACDI has five scales which include: Truthfulness Scale Distress Scale Alcohol Scale Adjustment Scale Drugs Scale Specific intervention, counseling and treatment recommendations are provided. Problem severity is matched to treatment intensity. • Adolescent Chemical Dependency Inventory - Corrections Version II (ACDI-Corrections Version II) This test is designed for schools, juvenile courts and juvenile probation department use. The ACDI-Corrections Version II has a Violence (lethality) Scale. It has 140 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. The ACDI-Corrections Version II seven test scales (measures) that include: Truthfulness Scale Distress Scale Alcohol Scale Adjustment Scale Drugs Scale Stress Coping Abilities Scale Violence (lethality) Scale Specific attained score-related intervention, treatment and probation recommendations are made for each of these scales. If you are looking for a juvenile (male and female) assessment instrument that includes violence (lethality), we recommend that you consider the ACDI-Corrections Version II. • Domestic Violence Inventory-Juvenile Designed for evaluating juveniles (14 to 18 years) accused of or convicted of domestic violence. The DVI-Juvenile has 149 items and takes 30 to 35 minutes to complete. It has six scales (measures), which include: Truthfulness Scale Control Scale Alcohol Scale Violence (lethality) Scale Drugs Scale Stress Coping Abilities Scale This is a popular test for juvenile domestic violence caseloads and counseling programs. Very few tests have been designed specifically for juvenile domestic violence offenders. The DVI-Juvenile includes a Violence (Lethality) Scale. The Truthfulness Scale measures the Truthfulness of the juvenile while completing the test. • Juvenile Detention Exam The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) is specifically designed for juvenile (male and female) detention (detainment, confinement and incarceration). The JDE has five scales which include: Truthfulness Scale Violence Scale Alcohol Scale Antisocial Scale Drugs Scale The Juvenile Detention Exam (JDE) measures the juvenile's truthfulness while being tested, screens for violence proneness, assesses antisocial attitudes and quantifies substance (alcohol and other drugs) use and abuse. • Juvenile Pre-Disposition Evaluation This test is designed specifically for juvenile (male and female) presentence evaluation. The JPE has 159 items and takes 35 minutes to complete. The JPE has nine scales which include: Truthfulness Scale Suicide Scale Alcohol Scale Violence (lethality) Scale Drugs Scale Distress Scale Resistance Scale Stress Coping Abilities Scale Self-Esteem Scale The Juvenile Pre-Disposition Evaluation (JPE) is much more than just another alcohol or drug test; it measures many important behaviors missed by other juvenile tests. This type of information helps in deciding upon probation, alternatives to incarceration and treatment. The JPE matches problem severity with treatment intensity. A popular short or concise screening test. • Juvenile Pre-Post Inventory The Juvenile Pre-Post is an objective pretest-posttest outcome assessment instrument or test. It provides an objective and standardized way to evaluate juvenile counseling and/or treatment effectiveness. The Juvenile Pre-Post has eight scales (measures): It has 161 items and takes 30 minutes to complete. Truthfulness Scale Distress Scale Self-Esteem Scale Alcohol Scale Depression Scale Drugs Scale Anxiety Scale Stress Management The Juvenile Pre-Post provides objective outcome measures for counseling (individual and group) and treatment settings. For more information visit: www.juvenile-pre-post.com • Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile Designed for school systems, juvenile screening programs and troubled youth treatment agencies. This test has 116 items and takes 20 minutes to complete. The Juvenile Substance Abuse Profile has five scales (measures), which include: Truthfulness Scale Aggressiveness Scale Alcohol Scale Stress Coping Abilities Scale Drugs Scale This is a fast way to screen juveniles in a non-introversive manner. Extreme aggressiveness can spill over into violence. Greatly impaired stress coping abilities identify existing emotional and mental health problems. This is a brief, yet comprehensive and standardized self-report screening instrument or test. • Sexual Adjustment Inventory - Juvenile Designed for evaluating juveniles (12 to 18 years) accused or convicted of sexual offenses. The SAI-Juvenile has 230 items and takes an hour to complete. It has 13 scales, which include: Sex Item Truthfulness Scale Violence (lethality) Scale Sexual Adjustment Scale Antisocial Scale Exhibitionism Scale Distress Scale Incest Classification Scale Impulsiveness Scale Child Molest (Pedophile) Scale Alcohol Scale Sexual (Rape) Assault Scale Drugs Scale Test Item Truthfulness Scale The Adult Sexual Adjustment Inventory was modified for juveniles. When selecting a test for evaluating juveniles accused of or convicted of sexual offenses, we recommend that you consider this a reliable and valid test. To better understand the juvenile sex offender, the SAI-Juvenile goes beyond the obvious. • Shoplifting Inventory Designed for shoplifting offender assessment, this test has 141 items and takes 30 minutes to complete. The seven Shoplifting Inventory scales (measures) include: Truthfulness Scale Self-Esteem Scale Shoplifting Scale Alcohol Scale Drugs Scale Peer Pressure Scale Impulsiveness Scale This is a unique shoplifter test which simultaneously evaluates motivation, attitude and need. The seven Shoplifting Inventory scales explore areas of inquiry considered necessary for adequately understanding shoplifters. Appropriate for males and females ages 13 through adulthood. • Treatment Intervention Inventory - Juvenile (TII-Juvenile) Designed for juvenile program (counseling, troubled youth, schools, HMO's, treatment and chemical dependency) intake. The TII-Juvenile has 143 items and takes 25 to 30 minutes to complete. The TII-Juvenile has nine scales (measures), which include: Truthfulness Scale Distress Scale Self-Esteem Scale Drugs Scale Family Issues Scale Alcohol Scale Anxiety Scale Stress Coping Abilities Scale Depression Scale The TII-Juvenile should be considered when selecting a program intake or screening instrument for troubled youth. It is a concise, yet comprehensive test that provides a meaningful juvenile profile. * * * Sometimes test-related questions go beyond reviewing a list of tests. To help meet this need, additional information can be provided upon request. BDS' office hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Mountain Standard Time), Monday through Friday. BDS' telephone number is (602)234-3506, our fax number is (602)266-8227, and our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.