Association of adverse childhood experiences with lifetime mental and substance use disorders among men and women aged 50+ years

@article{Choi2016AssociationOA,
  title={Association of adverse childhood experiences with lifetime mental and substance use disorders among men and women aged 50+ years},
  author={Namkee G. Choi and Diana M DiNitto and C Nathan Marti and Bryan Y. Choi},
  journal={International Psychogeriatrics},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={359 - 372}
}
ABSTRACT Background: Given growing numbers of older adults with mental and substance use disorders (MSUDs), this study examined the association between ten types of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and lifetime MSUDs among those aged 50+. Methods: Data (N = 14,738 for the 50+ age group) came from the 2012 to 2013 National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions. Using multivariable binary logistic regression analyses, we examined relationships between ten ACEs and six… Expand
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