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Appendix A: Measures Evaluated by the Committee
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... Appendix A Measures Evaluated by the Committee The table in this appendix lists the measures used in federally sponsored surveys and other data collection approaches to measure sexual orientation and gender identity that the committee considered.
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... CASI, CATI, Video Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance CDC X Xc   Adults Survey CATI System (BFRSS) Center for Substance Abuse Treat- SAMHSA   X   Youth and Admin n/a ment -- Government Performance Adults Results and Modernization Act (CSAT-GPRA)
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... CAPI Years After High School Graduation CATI National Adult Tobacco Survey NCHS X X Adults Survey CATI (NATS) National Crime Victimization Survey BJS X   X Ages 16+ Survey CAPI, (NCVS)
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... National Outcome Measures, Center SAMHSA X Xh Adults Admin n/a for Mental Health Services (NOM) CMHS National Survey of Drug Use and SAMHSA X   Adults Survey ACASI Health (NSDUH)
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... Department of Defense; DOL, U.S. Department of Labor; FDA, Food and Drug Administration; HRSA, Health Resources and Services Administration; NCES, National Center for Education Statistics; n/a, not applicable; NCHS, National Center for Health Statistics; NIAAA, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism; NIDA, National Institute on Drug Abuse; NIH, National Institutes of Health; NIJ, National Institute of Justice; NSF, National Science Foundation; P&P, paper and pencil; SAMHSA, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration; SAQ, self-administered questionnaire; SSA, Social Security Administration.
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... gThe National Survey of Adolescent and Young Adults Health (Add Health) is funded by grant P01-HD31921 from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, with cooperative funding from 23 other federal agencies and foundations.

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