Associations Between Socioeconomic Factors and Alcohol Outcomes

@inproceedings{Collins2016AssociationsBS,
  title={Associations Between Socioeconomic Factors and Alcohol Outcomes},
  author={Susan Eno Collins},
  booktitle={Alcohol research : current reviews},
  year={2016}
}
Socioeconomic status (SES) is one of the many factors influencing a person's alcohol use and related outcomes. Findings have indicated that people with higher SES may consume similar or greater amounts of alcohol compared with people with lower SES, although the latter group seems to bear a disproportionate burden of negative alcohol-related consequences. These associations are further complicated by a variety of moderating factors, such as race, ethnicity, and gender. Thus, among individuals… CONTINUE READING
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