Assessment Tools, Vol. 1

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CAGE Questions
This training title demonstrates CAGE questions. The CAGE questionnaire, the name of which is an acronym of its four questions, is a widely used method of screening for alcoholism. The…
Impaired Immediate Recall
This training title demonstrates an assessment to measure Immediate Recall. The questions measure the ability to remember and recall information immediately after the information is presented. The average list of…
Impaired Long Term Memory
This training title demonstrates an assessment to measure Long Term Memory. Long-term memory is the ability to remember bits of information or behavioral skills over long periods of times such…
Impaired Short Term Memory
This training title demonstrates an assessment to measure Short Term Memory. Short-term memory is defined as the ability to remember bits of information or behavioral skills after several minutes even…
Poor Concentration
This training title demonstrates an assessment to measure Concentration. Concentration is the ability to focus on tasks such as subtracting a series of numbers or repeating a set of numbers…
Suicide Assessment A
In questioning, Ms. Rand agrees that she has suicidal thoughts. She formulated various specific plans for committing suicide and has the means to kill herself. Recently she came close to…
Suicide Assessment B
In questioning, Josh admits to having had suicidal thoughts in the past. He never planned to commit suicide but experienced impulsive moments in which he had the desire but not…

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C.J.

assessments could sure use some reflecting/empathizing rather than just grilling the people.

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