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Effects of question type and order when measuring peak consumption of risky drinking events

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Peak consumption in this study refers to the highest amount of alcohol consumption over one occasion of heavy drinking in the most recent 12 months. Location-specific questions do not elicit higher estimates than general questions about the total consumed. General questions may be sufficient when surveying about these drinking events.

History

Publication Date

01/11/2020

Journal

Alcohol and Alcoholism

Volume

55

Issue

6

Article Number

agaa076

Pagination

631-640

Publisher

Oxford University Press

ISSN

0735-0414

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