Psychiatric comorbidity with problematic alcohol use in high school students.

  title={Psychiatric comorbidity with problematic alcohol use in high school students.},
  author={Paul Rohde and Peter M. Lewinsohn and John R Seeley},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  volume={35 1},
OBJECTIVE To delineate the degree to which various levels of problematic alcohol use are associated with psychiatric disorders in adolescents. METHOD The lifetime occurrence of psychiatric disorders was examined in a community sample of 1,507 older adolescents (aged 14 through 18 years) who were categorized according to their alcohol use (i.e., abstainers, experimenters, social drinkers, problem drinkers, and abuse/dependence group). RESULTS Increased alcohol use was associated with the… CONTINUE READING


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