BAI

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BAIBadminton Association of India
BAIBody Adiposity Index (health measurement)
BAIBeck Anxiety Inventory (Psychological Corporation)
BAIBritish American Investment (Port Louis, Mauritius)
BAIBasal Area Increment (trees)
BAIBroadband Air Interface
BAIBank Administration Institute
BAIBureau of Animal Industry (Philippines)
BAIBankers Association of Illinois
BAIBreaking All Illusions (song)
BAIBattlefield Air Interdiction
BAIBundesverband Alternative Investments (German Association for Alternative Investments)
BAIBoard of Audit and Inspection (Republic of Korea)
BAIBuilders Association of India
BAIBank of America Investment Services, Inc.
BAIBureau Air Information (France)
BAIBuenos Aires, Costa Rica (Airport code)
BAIBasic Access Interface
BAIBosch Architectuur Initiatief (Dutch: Bosch Architecture Initiative; Netherlands)
BAIBland and Associates, Inc.
BAIBalance after Insurance (healthcare)
BAIBackup Aircraft Inventory
BAIBusiness Advisers International (various locations)
BAIBusiness Advisers, Inc. (various locations)
BAIBachrach Associates, Inc. (San Diego, CA)
BAIBrest Avenir Immobilier (French: Brest Futures Real Estate; Brest, France)
BAIBarcode Automation, inc.
BAIBreath-Actuated Inhaler
BAIBell Alliances International, Inc (Mississauga, ON, Canada)
BAIBuilding Alternatives, Inc. (New Hampshire)
BAIBaccalaureus in Arte Ingeniaria (Bachelor of Engineering Science)
BAIBattle Area Interdiction
BAIBerg Adventures International (Canada)
BAIBarometric Altitude Indicator
BAIBachelor of Applied Information Systems Technology
BAIBaccalaureus Artium (Bachelor of Arts)
BAIBlue Anchor Inc.
BAIBaseband Audio Interface
BAIBearing Altitude Indicator
BAIBeekeepers Association in Istog
BAIBusiness Attributes Inventory (assessment)
BAIBerman Associates Inc. (software/security consulting firm)
BAIBroadbent & Associates, Inc. (Phoenix, AZ)
BAIBlack Alcoholism and Addiction Institute
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BAI (Beck Anxiety Inventory) which is easy and simple with powerful psychometric properties.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) is a 21-item Likert-type scale that measures the anxiety symptoms experienced by the individual and total score ranges between 0-63.
In addition to collecting sociodemographic data, the participants were asked to complete the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) to measure depression, the Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) to measure anxiety, and the TEMPS-A (Temperament Evaluation of Memphis, Pisa, Paris, France, San Diego Autoquestionaire) questionnaire.
A socio-demographic data form, Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders (SCID-I), Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) and Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST) were administered to all the patients.
The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI; Beck & Steer, 1988; Spanish adaptation of Sanz, Garcia-Vera, & Fortun, 2012) evaluates anxious symptoms.
Pregnant women using medications (including antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs) that could alter the test results, history of current or past illegal drug abuse, and cognitive incompetence, which can make hard to score The Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI) were excluded.
Beck anxiety inventory is a self-reporting questionnaire with 21 questions that reflect the severity of cognitive and physical symptoms during the previous week.
On the day of the procedure, state and trait anxiety levels of the patients were measured by the gastroenterologist using the Spielberger's state-trait anxiety inventory (STAI) and Beck anxiety inventory (BAI) (13,14).
Reliability and validity of the Beck Anxiety Inventory. J Anxiety Disord.
Both groups completed the Beck depression inventory (BDI), the Beck anxiety inventory (BAI), a general health questionnaire (GHQ), the mood disorder questionnaire (MDQ), a side effect evaluation questionnaire, and a demographic questionnaire before and after one month of intervention.
These patients did not report any pain (0 points on the Numerical Pain Assessment scale), fatigue, depression (less than 13 points on the Beck Depression inventory), and anxiety (less than 8 points from the Beck Anxiety inventory).