Reliability of retrospective self-reports of alcohol consumption among women: data from a U.S. national sample.

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Drinking histories (retrospective self-reports) can be a valuable resource for time-ordered analyses of causes and consequences of drinking. However, there is a scarcity of data on the reliability of drinking histories from general population samples. We report here on the reliability and consistency of reported ages of onset and typical drinking… (More)

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@article{Harris1994ReliabilityOR, title={Reliability of retrospective self-reports of alcohol consumption among women: data from a U.S. national sample.}, author={T. R. Harris and Richard W. Wilsnack and Andreas Klassen}, journal={Journal of studies on alcohol}, year={1994}, volume={55 3}, pages={309-14} }