Exploring changes in young men's drinking using the AUDIT questionnaire
Harnett, Robert and Herring, Rachel and Thom, Betsy and Kelly, Moira (1999) Exploring changes in young men's drinking using the AUDIT questionnaire. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 34 (5). pp. 672-677. ISSN 0735-0414
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/alcalc/34.5.672
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This paper reports the findings of an AUDIT questionnaire administered to a sample of young (16–24-year-old) white males. Of the sample, 65% were drinking at potentially harmful levels. Averaging 45 U/week, 18–21 years was the age of highest alcohol consumption. Compared with 16–17-and 22–24-year-olds, this group recorded the highest proportion of hazardous drinkers and most negative consequences of drinking.
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