Relationships among measures of alcohol drinking behavior, life-events and perceived stress.

@article{Cole1990RelationshipsAM,
  title={Relationships among measures of alcohol drinking behavior, life-events and perceived stress.},
  author={George E. Cole and Larry A Tucker and G. M. Friedman},
  journal={Psychological reports},
  year={1990},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={587-91}
}
Two measures of stress (life-events and perceived stress) and a measure of alcohol-drinking behavior were administered to 6,747 adult males. Analysis was carried out to examine the extent to which subjects classified into drinking-behavior groups differed on stress measures while controlling for age, income, and race. Significant differences held up under age, race, and income controls for life-events and perceived stress between the abstinence, common-use, and problem-drinking groups. Stress… CONTINUE READING

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