Available Tests

Available Adult and Juvenile tests are alphabetically listed.

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All Behavior Data Systems (BDS) assessments are available for either on-screen or paper/pencil test administration. Regardless of how these tests are administered, all tests are scored over the Internet and reports printed on-site.

Designed for first offense (male and female) assessment.

Used in juvenile drug courts, family courts, juvenile probation, counseling and treatment settings.

Useful in schools, adolescent counseling and juvenile chemical dependency treatment programs.

Designed for adult (male and female) outpatient screening or assessment.

An adult evidence-based assessment instrument that focuses specifically on alcohol and drug use or abuse.

A test that focuses on anger, aggression and violence.

An empirically-based adult anger assessment instrument.

The ADA is used to assess clients (patients) that have anxiety and/or depression problems. Anxiety and depression often co-occur.

Designed for adult defendant (male and female) assessment in referral, treatment and court-related settings.

Designed for adult (male and female) domestic violence offender assessment. A popular and widely used domestic violence test.

Designed for juvenile domestic violence offender assessment.

A brief, easily administered adult domestic violence test.

Designed for measuring domestic violence treatment outcome. Did the client get better?

Designed explicitly for California DUI screening.

Designed specifically for driver assessment without substance abuse.

Designed specifically for DUI/DWI offender assessment. Administered to over 1 3/4 million DUI/DWI offenders.

Includes a Marijuana Scale for comprehensive DUI/DWI offender assessment.

Designed for evaluating job applicants' "barriers to employment."

The Forensice Violence Index (FVI) is an evidence based self-report assessment instrument or test that focuses on violence.

Designed to assess important gambler attitudes and behaviors.

Specifically designed for juvenile (male and female) detention (detainment, confinement and incarceration).

The Juvenile Disposition Assessment (JDA) is designed for juvenile (male and female) presentence evaluation.

Evaluates the juvenile's present status in the here-and-now. Designed specifically for intake and post-treatment comparison.

Designed for juvenile screening programs and troubled youth treatment agencies.

Designed for use in drug courts, family courts, municipal courts and county courts.

Outpatient screening (assessments or tests) enables early identification of psychological problems like anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem, substance (alcohol/drug) use and stress management issues.

Identifies client resistance, denial, anger issues, substance abuse and stress management problems.

Designed for parolee assessment or screening.

The Pre-Post Inventory is a client (patient) treatment effectiveness or treatment outcome test.

The Prison Inmate Inventory is designed for comprehensive inmate (male and female) assessment.

A treatment, effectiveness, outcome test that is administered to probationers. Contains areas of inquiry that measure treatment effects, outcome, or change.

When time constraints and reading impairments are an issue, a brief, comprehensive screen.

This assessment test is for applicants applying for reinstatement of their driver's license after having had their license suspended or revoked.

Designed for adult (male and female) counseling and treatment intake.

Designed for welfare recipient screening in welfare-to-work programs.

Identifies sexually deviate and paraphiliac behavior in adults accused or convicted of sexual offenses. A popular sex-related assessment or test.

Identifies sexually deviate and paraphiliac behavior in juveniles accused or convicted of sexual offenses.

Designed for shoplifting offender assessment. Provides a comprehensive shoplifter profile.

An adult substance (alcohol and other drugs) abuse instrument or test. Administered to over 85,000 adult probationers with drinking problems.

Designed for adult (males & females) probationer assessment.

Assesses what are generally considered "core competencies" in suicide risk assessment. Visit the SRA website to see the SRA report.

Identifies adults with problems that would benefit from counseling, psychotherapy and/or substance abuse treatment.

Designed for troubled youth treatment intake.

A self-report screening instrument or test developed for veteran assessment. The assessor, evaluator or clinic purchases and administers the VIP. The veteran does not pay for this test.

A client, patient and victims of violent crimes screening instrument or test.