Relationship between psychiatric distress and alcohol use: findings from the Eastern Baltimore Mental Health Survey.

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This study examined the nature and strength of relationships between levels of alcohol use and concurrent psychiatric distress among adults in the community aged 18-64 years. Data for this project were gathered by standardized interview methods during the 1981-1982 Eastern Baltimore Mental Health Survey. The 2558 survey respondents were initially selected… (More)

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@article{Dryman1989RelationshipBP, title={Relationship between psychiatric distress and alcohol use: findings from the Eastern Baltimore Mental Health Survey.}, author={Amy L. Dryman and Josephine Anthony and J Raymond Depaulo}, journal={Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica}, year={1989}, volume={80 4}, pages={310-4} }