DAST-10 - Drug Abuse Screening Test

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The Drug Abuse Screening Test (DAST-10) is a brief self-report questionnaire designed to identify individuals who have a drug abuse or dependence problem. The test assesses the severity of drug use, negative consequences of drug use, and the individual's level of motivation to quit using drugs.

The DAST-10 was developed by Harvey Skinner and Wendy Smith in 1982.

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