The AASI is a abel test sex offenders-part computerized test used to identify deviant sexual interests. The first part of the test is a comprehensive questionnaire of self-reported behaviors, accusations, arrests and convictions, and questions designed to identify cognitive distortions and measure truthfulness.
The second part of the test objectively captures the client’s deviant sexual interest while viewing 160 digital images of clothed adults, adolescents and children. The AASI is administered entirely on a Windows-based laptop computer, which makes administration in multiple locations very convenient. The data from both portions of the test are electronically transmitted to Abel Screening, Inc. The addition of the Probability Values in 2001 represented a major advancement in the field.