Week 2 assignment

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Completed Database

For this assignment, both the completed database and output of the frequency tables for each variable must be submitted.  Be sure that you have corrected any errors in the database set-up noted by your Professor in Week 1.

The database should contain all required variables as well as complete data.  Data should be entered for each participant. Include a minimum of 100 participants per program.  Because these are fictitious data, you may enter several lines of data for each program, then copy and paste into the remaining rows to complete your database.

Be sure that the data entered fall within the possible limits for each of the variables.  For example, if a Likert scale ranges from 0 to 4, only 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 can be possible responses.  A 5 or 6 would be out of bounds for that variable.  Similarly, an age of 24 would be out of bounds for a children’s treatment program.

Run frequencies on each of the variables separately by program and submit the SPSS output containing the frequencies tables.  If the frequency tables indicate any data errors, correct the errors in the database prior to submitting it, and indicate in the dropbox comment section which errors that were evident in the frequency tables were corrected in the database.

Description of Instruments

Three instruments enabled development of this database. The Spence Children Anxiety Scale (SCAS) was utilized to determine anxiety levels of children (Orgiles et al., 2016). The instrument consist of 44 items with the following levels each;

0) Never

1) Sometimes

2) Often

3) Always.

Addiction severity index (ASI) was also utilized to determine drug abuse for elderly people (McLellan et al., 1997). The items used run from D1 – D13. The scores were in 5 levels;

0) Not at all

1) Slightly

2) Moderately

3) Considerably

4) Extremely

A 10 panel urine test was also conducted for the elderly prior to self-report (McLellan et al., 1992). The items of test were; cannabis, Amphetamines, Cocaine, Benzodiazepines, Opioids, Barbiturates, Phencyclidine, Quaaludes, Propoxyphene and Methadone.


Orgiles, M., Fernandez-Martinez, I., Guillen-Riquelme, A., Espada, J. P., & Essau, C. A. (2016). A systematic review of the factor structure and reliability of the Spence Children’s Anxiety Scale. Journal of Affective Disorders190, 333-340.

McLellan, A. T., Cacciola, J. S., & Zanis, D. (1997). The addiction severity index-lite. Center for the Studies on Addiction, University of Pennsylvania/Philadelphia VA Medical Center.

McLellan, A. T., Kushner, H., Metzger, D., Peters, R., Smith, I., Grissom, G., … & Argeriou, M. (1992). The fifth edition of the Addiction Severity Index. Journal of substance abuse treatment9(3), 199-213.


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