Abuse Risk Inventory for Women (ARI)


Developed in 1989 by Dr. Bonnie L Yegidis, the Abuse Risk Inventory for Women (ARI) is a screening tool intended to identify women at risk for abuse. For many, abuse is difficult to talk about even with a doctor, other health care professional or social service worker. The Abuse Risk Inventory (ARI) makes it a little easier. It is a quick and objective screening device to help identify women who are abused or at risk for abuse.

It contains twenty-five items which can be completed in approximately 10 to 15 minutes. It can be used by physicians or other health care providers, by social service agencies, or by marital and relationship counselors. In addition to its primary function, it provides socio-demographic information and history for both the respondent and their partner.

Contacting the Author

Bonnie L. Yegidis

Learn more about the ARI or to Purchase

You can learn more about the MBI or purchase at the website of our preferred partner, Abuse Risk Inventory for Women at Mindgarden.com

About Mind Garden, Inc.

Mind Garden is an independent psychological publishing company of leadership, coping, anxiety and many other assessments and developmental materials.  Since 1994, Mind Garden has sought to preserve and grow important psychological assessments.  Mind Garden has an array of services related to online access and scoring of instruments.

Mind Garden is unique in providing a rapid response to purchase of permission to reproduce their products, via PDF. This is ideal for Ph.D. candidates and researchers who “need it now”, as well as those who may wish to use an instrument online with other instruments or questions.  Paper licenses are also available, providing one copy with permission to reproduce. Mind Garden provides review copies of instruments and scoring in the product manual so that you do not need to order additional components to understand an instrument.

Administration, Analysis and Reporting

Statistics Solutions consists of a team of professional methodologists and statisticians that can assist the student or professional researcher in administering the survey instrument, collecting the data, conducting the analyses and explaining the results.

For additional information on these services, click here.

References

Yegidis BL. Abuse risk inventory manual. Palo Alto (CA): Consulting Psychologist Press; 1989.


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