The life-time rates of three major mood disorders and four major anxiety disorders in alcoholics and controls.

@article{Schuckit1997TheLR,
  title={The life-time rates of three major mood disorders and four major anxiety disorders in alcoholics and controls.},
  author={Marc A Schuckit and J E Tipp and Kathleen K. Bucholz and John I. Nurnberger and Victor M Hesselbrock and Raymond R. Crowe and John R. Kramer},
  journal={Addiction},
  year={1997},
  volume={92 10},
  pages={
          1289-304
        }
}
AIMS While psychiatric symptoms are common in the general population and even more prevalent in alcoholics, their clinical implications are not clear. The goal of this study was to establish the life-time rates of several independent and concurrent mood and anxiety disorders in alcoholics, controls and their relatives. DESIGN Structured interviews were administered to alcoholics entering treatment, their relatives, and controls. SETTING The study was carried out in six different centers in… Expand
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