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University of Rhode Island Change Assessment Scale: URICA
This is a measure of readiness to change. The URICA could be used to assess clinical process and motivational readiness for change as well as to measure process and outcome variables for a variety of health and addictive behaviors.
Self Efficacy Scales
The Abstinence Self-efficacy scale is a self-report measure that assesses an individual’s confidence to abstain from substance use or health behaviors in a variety of different situations.
Situation Temptation Scales
The Temptation to Use scale is a self-report measure that assesses how tempted an individual is to engage in a variety of different health behaviors such as substance use.
Processes of Change Questionnaire
The Processes of Change Questionnaire is a self-report measure that assesses an individual’s use of experiential and behavioral processes of change for different health behaviors.
The Decisional Balance Scale is a self-report measure of the pros and cons a person perceives in terms of health behaviors.
Algorithms are a quick and efficient way to assess where an individual lies along the stages of change.