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Alcohol psychology
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Alcohol use
Alcohol abuse
Alcohol consumption and health
Treatment of alcohol problems

The Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST) is a screening test for drug abuse.


It is a 20-question self-test


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ReferencesEdit

  • Gavin DR; Ross HE; Skinner HA.�(1989) 'Diagnostic validity of the Drug Abuse Screening Test in the assessment of DSM-III drug disorders', British Journal of Addiction 84(3): 301-307.


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