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Addiction Research Center Inventory

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  1. abbreviated ARCI, is a standardized questionnaire for assessing subjective effects of psychoactive drugs that was developed in the early 1960s at the National Institute of Mental Health Addiction Research Center

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 11, 2009
  2. This self-report inventory was developed from the use of "sentence completion" and other association techniques on male subjects under drug and no-drug conditions

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  3. In addition to demonstrated "drug-sentitive" questions, the final form of the inventory (550 "true-false" items) also contains items which were thought to delineate to some extent schizoid and "psychopathic" characteristics

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  4. Initial use indicated that the inventory was effective in differentiating various subjective effects of drugs and in discriminating some similarities and differences of naturally occurring and experimentally induced behavioral abnormalities

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