Age-period-cohort modelling of alcohol volume and heavy drinking days in the US National Alcohol Surveys: divergence in younger and older adult trends.

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AIMS The decomposition of trends in alcohol volume and heavy drinking days into age, period, cohort and demographic effects offers an important perspective on the dynamics of change in alcohol use patterns in the United States. DESIGN The present study utilizes data from six National Alcohol Surveys conducted over the 26-year period between 1979 and 2005… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.2008.02391.x

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@article{Kerr2009AgeperiodcohortMO, title={Age-period-cohort modelling of alcohol volume and heavy drinking days in the US National Alcohol Surveys: divergence in younger and older adult trends.}, author={William C. Kerr and Thomas K Greenfield and Jason C. Bond and Yu Ye and J{\"{u}rgen Rehm}, journal={Addiction}, year={2009}, volume={104 1}, pages={27-37} }