UM-CIDIUniversity of Michigan Composite International Diagnostic Interview
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Reliability and procedural validity of UM-CIDI DSM-III-R phobic disorders.
Two indices of impairment included in the UM-CIDI Short Form Interview were examined: (1) the number of work days lost in the past month because of "nerves or emotional problems," and (2) the number of days in the past month where productivity was reduced because of "nerves or emotional problems.
Recent (in the past year) alcohol and drug dependence were assessed with the UM-CIDI Short Form (Kessler and Mroczek 1995), which consists of screening scales developed from the National Comorbidity Survey (Kessler et al.