1) All 1,348 participants had had unprotected vaginal or anal intercourse within the 90 days before being screened for the study and completing audio computer-assisted self-interviews.
What does CASI stand for?
CASI stands for Computer-Assisted Self-Interview
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 92 other meanings of CASI in our Acronym Attic
- Center for the Advance Study of India (University of Pennsylvania)
- Centro Applicazione e Studi Informatici (Italy)
- Chili Appreciation Society International, Inc.
- Civil Aviation Security Inspector
- Cognitive Abilities Screening Instrument
- Colorado Advanced Software Institute (Colorado State University)
- Commission on Accreditation & School Improvement
- Commodore Advance Sciences, Inc.
- Compact Airborne Spectographic Imager
- Computer-Aided Self-Administered Interview
- Council on Accreditation and School Improvement
- Comprehensive Addiction Severity Index for Adolescents
- Chinese Academy of Sciences' Institute of Automation
- Connecticut Alarm and Systems Integrators Association (est. 1974)
- Çanakkale Sanayicileri ve Isadamlari Dernegi (Turkey)
- Computer-Assisted Security Investigative Analysis Tool (National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crimes)
- Connecticut Association of State Institutional Business Managers (now defunct)
- California Asian American Student Internship Coalition (est. 1991)
- China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation (Bejing, China)
- Combined All-Source Intelligence Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
Women who participated in audio computer-assisted self-interviews (audio-CASI) were less likely than those in face-to-face interviews to report ever having had sex (35% vs.
Study participants were 1,017 students in 14 public middle schools who completed an audio computer-assisted self-interview about media and health behaviors in 2002, when they were 12-14 years old, and a follow-up interview two years later.
Before they received their abortion, participants completed a computer-assisted self-interview that collected information about demographic, social and medical variables, as well as information on the timing of key steps leading up to the abortion.
In 1990, when Natsal was first conducted, respondents participated in face-to-face interviews and completed self-administered questionnaires; in 2000, computer-assisted self-interview replaced the questionnaire component of the survey.