The Negative Alcohol Expectancy Questionnaire (NAE) is a 60 item measure used to measure negative alcohol expectancies in subjects as representing the motivation to inhibit drinking.
The NAE consists of 60 items that are rated on a 5-point Likert scale as follows:
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The NAE yields 3 primary scales and one total. Description of the scales and item loadings are listed below. Scale scores are calculated as the sum of respective items. No items are reverse scored.
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Jones, B.T. & McMahon, J. (1994). Negative alcohol expectancy predicts post-treatment abstinence survivorship: the whether, when and why of relapse to a first drink. Addiction, 89, 1653-1665.
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