Co-occurrence of DSM-IV mental disorders and alcohol use disorder among adult Chinese males

@article{Cheng2017CooccurrenceOD,
  title={Co-occurrence of DSM-IV mental disorders and alcohol use disorder among adult Chinese males},
  author={H. Cheng and M. Phillips and X. Li and J. Zhang and Q. Shi and G. Xu and Z. Song and Z. Ding and S. Pang},
  journal={Psychological Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={47},
  pages={2811 - 2822}
}
Background Studies from high-income countries report moderate-to-strong positive associations between alcohol use disorder (AUD) and other mental disorders, but there is little evidence about the comorbidity of AUD from low-and-middle-income countries. Methods A sample of 74 752 adults from five provinces that account for >12% of China's adult population was screened using the General Health Questionnaire, and the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV was administered by psychiatrists to a… Expand
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