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The Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale, BASIS-32®, is a 32 item behavioral health assessment tool that measures how patients feel before and after receiving care.
Alpha coefficients for BASIS-32 subscales scored as follows: relation to self/others, 0.89; depression/anxiety, 0.87; daily living/role functioning, 0.88; impulsive/addictive behavior, 0.65; psychosis, 0.66. Full-scale reliability for all 32 items was 0.95. For construct validity, mental health dimensions of the SF-36 were highly correlated with BASIS-32 dimensions (rs range from -.35 to -.70); mixed physical/mental health dimensions of the SF-36 were moderately correlated with BASIS-32 dimensions (rs range from -.27 to-.54), and physical health dimensions of the SF-36 were least correlated with BASIS-32 dimensions (rs range from-.21 to -.38).
For more psychometric details, please visit this study: Assessing behavioral health outcomes in outpatient programs: Reliability and validity of the BASIS-32. Eisen, Susan V. Ph.D. 1,6,7; Wilcox, Marsha Ed.D. 2,8; Leff, Stephen H. Ph.D. 3,9; Schaefer, Elizabeth M.Ed. 4,; Culhane, Melissa A. B.A. 5, [Article] Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. 26(1):5-17, February 1999.
|Domains||Quality of Life, behavioral health|
|Evaluated via ORE||No|
|Conditions||psychiatric and substance abuse|
|License||Unknown - contact author|