Measuring alcohol consumption--should the 'graduated frequency' approach become the norm in survey research?

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AIMS To analyse whether recommendations for the graduated frequency (GF) approach to measure alcohol consumption are justified in a multi-cultural comparative study. DESIGN Representative surveys, conducted between 1995 and 2003, of 10 countries participating in the GENACIS project (Gender, Alcohol and Culture: an International Study). MEASUREMENTS… (More)

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@article{Gmel2006MeasuringAC, title={Measuring alcohol consumption--should the 'graduated frequency' approach become the norm in survey research?}, author={Gerhard E Gmel and K. Graham and Herv{\'e} Kuendig and Sandra Kuntsche}, journal={Addiction}, year={2006}, volume={101 1}, pages={16-30} }