The 5-year clinical course of high-functioning men with DSM-IV alcohol abuse or dependence.

@article{Schuckit2000The5C,
  title={The 5-year clinical course of high-functioning men with DSM-IV alcohol abuse or dependence.},
  author={Marc A Schuckit and A Cooper Wendy and Nicola Landi},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={2000},
  volume={157 12},
  pages={
          2028-35
        }
}
OBJECTIVE One goal of diagnostic criteria is to predict the course of clinically relevant future problems. This study evaluated the ability of the DSM-IV categories of alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence to predict the onset and cessation of the 11 DSM-IV abuse/dependence criterion items. METHOD The DSM-IV categorical approach was used to determine alcohol diagnoses for 435 highly educated young adult men, who constituted 97.3% of the 447 men appropriate for this study. Structured face-to… CONTINUE READING
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