Impulse-control disorders in a college sample: results from the self-administered Minnesota Impulse Disorders Interview (MIDI).

@article{Odlaug2010ImpulsecontrolDI,
  title={Impulse-control disorders in a college sample: results from the self-administered Minnesota Impulse Disorders Interview (MIDI).},
  author={Brian Odlaug and Jon E Grant},
  journal={Primary care companion to the Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2010},
  volume={12 2}
}
OBJECTIVE This study sought to examine the prevalence rates of and gender differences among impulse-control disorders in a college sample. METHOD During the fall semester of 2006, 791 college students from 2 private colleges in the Midwest completed a self-administered, modified version of the Minnesota Impulse Disorders Interview to assess lifetime rates of DSM-IV-TR-diagnosed impulse-control disorders. Participation was voluntary and anonymous. RESULTS The mean age of the sample was 20.0… CONTINUE READING

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