Amerikanische Langzeituntersuchungen zu Alkoholproblemen

  • W. H. Fahrenkrug
Part of the Suchtproblematik book series (SUCHT)

Zusammenfassung

Um einen Überblick über amerikanische Langzeitstudien zu geben, werden der Rand Report 1 und 2, die Studie von G. Vaillant sowie Studien über Langzeitverläufe bei nichtabhängigen Problemtrinkern der Alcohol Research Group an der University of California, Berkeley, vorgestellt, und die Ergebnisse kritisch bewertet.

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