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Computer Assisted Interviewing for SAMHSA's National Household Survey on Drug Abuse

List of Exhibits

5.1.1 Desired Distribution of 1997 Field Experiment Sample
5.2.1 Summary of 1997 NHSDA Field Experiment Sample Design: Expected Sample Yields
5.4.1 Screening Response Rates: Comparison of 1997 Field Experiment to Selected 1997 NHSDA Experience
5.4.2 Distribution of Final Response Codes for Selected Persons
5.4.3 Distribution of 1997 Field Experiment Respondents
5.4.4 Demographic Distributions of Field Experiment and 1997 NHSDA Comparison Group
5.4.5 Distribution of Field Experiment and Comparison Group Respondents, by Work Status
5.4.6 Distribution of 1997 Field Experiment and Comparison Group Respondents, by Income

6.1.1 Prevalence by Mode of Interview and Age of Respondent, Weighted and Edited Estimates
6.1.2 Prevalence Estimates for ACASI Experimental Factors: Overall and by Age
6.1.3 Results of Logistic Regression Modeling of ACASI Versus PAPI
6.1.4 Logistic Regression Modeling Results: ACASI Treatment Groups Versus PAPI
6.1.5 Statistically Significant Modeling Results: Prevalence of Drug Use in the ACASI Treatment Groups Versus PAPI (Weighted Results)
6.2.1 Prevalence of Psychotherapeutics, by Interview Mode and Age
6.3.1 Adult Mental Health Short-Form Scores
6.3.2 Mental Health Syndromes, by Gender and Education
6.3.3 Mental Health Syndromes, by Race/Ethnicity
6.3.4 Selected Missing Data Patterns for Adult Mental Health Questions
6.3.5 Inconsistent or Ambiguous Data in the Adult Mental Health Questions
6.3.6 Skip Error Patterns in the PAPI Adult Mental Health Questions
6.4.1 Weighted Percentages Reporting Perceptions of Great Risk of Physical or Other Harm Associated with Different Drug-Using Behaviors, by Drug Use Status and Age
6.4.2 Unweighted Missing Data in Questions About Perceptions of Risk of Physical or Other Harm Associated with Different Drug-Using Behaviors for the Total Population, by Age Group
6.4.3 Weighted Percentages Reporting Perceptions That Getting Different Drugs Is Fairly or Very Easy, by Drug Use Status and Age
6.4.4 Unweighted Missing Data in Questions About How Difficult or Easy Getting Different Drugs Is for the Total Population, by Age Group
6.5.1 Comparison of CAI to PAPI for "Don't Know" and "Refused" Responses for the 12-Month Frequency-of-Use Item (Including All Bad Data from the PAPI Data)
6.5.2 Weighted Percentages of Past 12-Month Users Using 51 Days or More, by Age and Mode of Interview
6.5.3 Consistency Between 30-Day Frequency and 12-Month Frequency-of-Use Responses: Ratio and Rating of Most Consistent and Average Number of Days of Use Reported in Past 30 Days
6.5.4 Number and Percentage of Respondents Selecting Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly Reporting Periods and Distributions of Responses Within Reporting Periods
6.6.1 Characteristics of Debriefing Interview Respondents
6.6.2 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Difficulty Recording Answers (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.3 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Ease of Answering Questions (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.4 Comparison of Assistance Provided by the Recorded Voice, by Respondent's Rating of Reading Ability (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.5 Use of Recorded Voice, by Respondent's Rating of Reading Ability (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.6 Respondent's Preference to Use Computers or Answer Sheets, by Respondent's Computer Experience (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.7 Respondent's Ability to Enter Answers into the Computer Without the Interviewer's Help, by Respondent's Computer Experience (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.8 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Did Interviewer See Answers? (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.9 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents to Interviewer Debriefing Responses: Seating Arrangement Versus Answers Interviewer Saw (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.10 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Did Anyone Else in Household See Answers? (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.11 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: How Important That Interviewer Not See Answers? (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.12 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: How Important That No One in Your Household See Answers? (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.13 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents to Interviewer Debriefing Responses: Other People Present During the Interview Versus How Many Answers Household Members Saw (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.14 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents to Interviewer Debriefing Responses: Other People Present During the Interview Versus Importance of Household Members Not Seeing the Answers (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.15 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Privacy Protection (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.16 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Privacy Protection After Interviewer Leaves (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.17 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Private Answers (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.18 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Importance of Accuracy (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.19 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Accuracy and Completeness of Answers (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.20 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Rating of Interest (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.21 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Likelihood to Participate in Future (Unweighted Percentages)
6.6.22 Comparison of Debriefing Interview Respondents on Selected Debriefing Questions: Confidence in Confidentiality (Unweighted Percentages)

7.1 Ratio of Prevalence Estimates for ACASI Experimental Factors Overall and by Age Group
7.1.1 Lifetime Use of Cigarettes, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.2 Lifetime Use of Alcohol, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.3 Lifetime Use of Marijuana, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.4 Lifetime Use of Cocaine, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.5 Lifetime Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.6 Past 12-Month Use of Cigarettes, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.7 Past 12-Month Use of Alcohol, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.8 Past 12-Month Use of Marijuana, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.9 Past 12-Month Use of Cocaine, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.10 Past 12-Month Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.11 Past 30-Day Use of Cigarettes, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.12 Past 30-Day Use of Alcohol, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.13 Past 30-Day Use of Marijuana, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.14 Past 30-Day Use of Cocaine, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.15 Past 30-Day Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Contingent Questioning Structure
7.1.16 Past 30-Day Use of Cigarettes: Percentage of Inconsistent Respondents
7.1.17 Past 30-Day Use of Alcohol: Percentage of Inconsistent Respondents
7.1.18 Past 30-Day Use of Marijuana: Percentage of Inconsistent Respondents
7.1.19 Past 12-Month Use of Alcohol: Percentage of Inconsistent Respondents
7.1.20 Past 12-Month Use of Marijuana: Percentage of Inconsistent Respondents
7.1.21 Average Time to Complete Treatment Sections, by Old and New Treatment Versions
7.1.22 Breakoff Rates, by Old and New Treatment Versions
7.1.23 Respondent Reactions to CAI Interview, by Old and New Treatment Versions
7.2.1 Lifetime Use of Cigarettes, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.2 Lifetime Use of Alcohol, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.3 Lifetime Use of Marijuana, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.4 Lifetime Use of Cocaine, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.5 Lifetime Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.6 Past 12-Month Use of Cigarettes, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.7 Past 12-Month Use of Alcohol, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.8 Past 12-Month Use of Marijuana, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.9 Past 12-Month Use of Cocaine, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.10 Past 12-Month Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.11 Past 30-Day Use of Cigarettes, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.12 Past 30-Day Use of Alcohol, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.13 Past 30-Day Use of Marijuana, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.14 Past 30-Day Use of Cocaine, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.15 Past 30-Day Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Opportunities to Report Use
7.2.16 Comparison of 30-Day User Coding Schemes
7.2.17 Number of Respondents Who Provided Inconsistent Reports of the Recency of Use as a Result of the Multiple Use Treatment
7.2.18 Average Time to Complete Treatment Sections, by Whether Multiple Use Was Present
7.2.19 Breakoff Rates, by Multiple Use Status
7.2.20 Respondent Reactions to CAI Interview, by Multiple Use Status
7.3.1 Number and Percentage of Respondents Who Triggered at Least One Consistency Check
7.3.2 Number of Respondents Who Triggered at Least One True Inconsistency, by Age and Treatment
7.3.3 Number of Consistency Checks Triggered, by Treatment
7.3.4 Data Consistency Following the Resolution Process
7.3.5 Summary of Consistency Resolution for Checks on Age at First Use
7.3.6 Lifetime Use of Cigarettes, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.7 Lifetime Use of Alcohol, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.8 Lifetime Use of Marijuana, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.9 Lifetime Use of Cocaine, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.10 Lifetime Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.11 Past 12-Month Use of Cigarettes, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.12 Past 12-Month Use of Alcohol, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.13 Past 12-Month Use of Marijuana, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.14 Past 12-Month Use of Cocaine, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.15 Past 12-Month Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.16 Past 30-Day Use of Cigarettes, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.17 Past 30-Day Use of Alcohol, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.18 Past 30-Day Use of Marijuana, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.19 Past 30-Day Use of Cocaine, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.20 Past 30-Day Use of Any Illicit Drug, by Presence of Consistency Checks
7.3.21 Average Time to Complete Treatment Sections, by Whether Consistency Checks Are Used
7.3.22 Average Time to Complete Treatment Sections, by Whether Any Consistency Checks Were Triggered Anywhere in Instrument
7.3.23 Average Time to Complete Treatment Sections, by Whether Consistency Checks Were Triggered in Each Particular Section
7.3.24 Breakoff Rates, by Consistency Check Status
7.3.25 Respondent Reactions to CAI Interview, by Consistency Check Status
7.3.26 Interviewer Reports of Respondent Difficulties, by Consistency Check Status
7.4.1 Summary of Statistically Significant Modeling Results: Prevalence of Drug Use Among ACASI Treatment Groups
7.6.1 Logistic Regression Modeling Results: Breakoff Anywhere in the Interview

8.2.1 Causes of Newton Difficulties
8.2.2 Results from Screening Debriefing Questions Related to the Newton
8.2.3 Analysis of Eligibility Rates and Response Rates (Unweighted)
8.2.4 Preliminary Analysis of the Quality of the Electronic Screener Data as Compared to the Paper Screener

9.1.1 Technical Support Provided to the FIs During the 1997 Field Experiment
9.1.2 Question Used to Evaluate the FI's Use of the Equipment

10.1.1 Dwelling Unit Screening Rate Percentages, by Region, MSA Size, and Certainty/Noncertainty Areas
10.1.2 Dwelling Unit Screening Nonresponse Categories: Field Experiment Versus NHSDA Quarter 4 Comparison Group
10.1.3 Person Response Rate Percentages for All Persons, by Sociodemographic Characteristics
10.1.4 Comparison of Person Nonresponse Categories for All Persons: Field Experiment Versus Quarter 4 Surveys
10.1.5 Refusal Rates, by Age Group and Sample
10.1.6 Language Barrier Rates, by Age Group and Sample
10.1.7 Person Response Rate Percentages for 12- to 17-Year-Old Youths, by Race Ethnicity, Gender, and Number of Sample Persons in DU
10.1.8 Person Response Rate Percentages for Adults 18 Years Old or Older, by Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Number of Sample Persons in DU
10.1.9 Percentage of Eligible Persons, by Response Category and by Age Group
10.1.10 Field Experiment Versus Comparison Group Response Rates, by Subgroup

11.1.1 Interviewer Experience
11.1.2 Probability of Completed Interviews: Model 1
11.1.3 Probability of Completed Interviews: Model 2
11.1.4 Probability of Completed Screenings: Model 1
11.1.5 Probability of Completed Screenings: Model 2
11.1.6 Probability of Problems Setting Up Computer: Model 1
11.1.7 Probability of Problems Setting Up Computer: Model 2
11.1.8 Probability of Computer Problems During Interview: Model 1
11.1.9 Probability of Computer Problems During Interview: Model 2
11.2.1 Variance Components and Interviewer Intraclass Correlation for the ACASI and PAPI Interviews for Selected Variables

12.6.1 Reported Use of Tobacco Products from August 1998 Field Test
12.7.1 Number of Persons Listed, Selected, and Responding, by Age
12.7.2 Field Test: Interview Completion Time (Minutes)
12.7.3 Full Laboratory Interviews: Interview Completion Time (Minutes)

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