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The Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test and a shortened 13-item version can reliably be used as self-administered questionnaires.
The research of Holmes, Rahe, and their associates disclosing that life events and stress are related to the onset of physical illness is extended to the psychological domain in the present study.… (More)
The concept of stress as causative in human illness has been documented in studies relating significant illnesses to major life changes (i.e., marriage, parenthood, divorce, employment changes,… (More)
A self-administered questionnaire was used to compare selected psychosocial variables of 306 convicted male drunk drivers with those of 294 alcoholics and 253 controls. The drunk driver group fell… (More)
Some forms and expressions of hostility toward alcoholic patients have been outlined. Hostility toward the alcoholic by those persons charged with the responsibility of aiding in his rehabilitation… (More)
A self-administered questionnaire was used to compare selected demographic, drinking and psychosocial variables of 306 convicted drunken drivers with those of 289 alcoholics and 269 controls. The… (More)
Men alcoholics scored significantly higher than women alcoholics on 7 of 24 items of the Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test; over-all, however, the test appears to be equally effective for both sexes.