Did the under-reporting of meth/amphetamine use increase in a general population survey in Australia as negative media coverage increased?

@article{Chan2021DidTU,
  title={Did the under-reporting of meth/amphetamine use increase in a general population survey in Australia as negative media coverage increased?},
  author={Gary C K Chan and Tianze Sun and Carmen C.W. Lim and Daniel Stjepanovi{\'c} and Brienna N Rutherford and Benjamin Johnson and Wayne D Hall and Janni Leung},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={2021}
}
AIM To test if (1) there was a change in self-reported lifetime prevalence of meth/amphetamine use by birth cohort and (2) the extent of under-reporting use was associated with the proportion of the population who nominated meth/amphetamine as a drug problem. DESIGN Observational study using seven waves of repeated cross-sectional nationally representative household surveys between 2001 and 2019. SETTING Australia PARTICIPANTS: Participants were from three birth cohorts: 1951-60 (age 68-77… 
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