Treatment success in alcoholism.


Two hundred and sixty-two male and 51 female alcoholics treated in 1971 were followed up for two years: 71 percent of the sample were contacted: 43.5 percent males were abstinent or improved: 56.7 percent of the females were abstinent or improved. Treatment success was co-related with being married, being in the upper socio-economic groupings, and staying… (More)


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@article{Crawford1976TreatmentSI, title={Treatment success in alcoholism.}, author={Robert M. M. Crawford}, journal={The New Zealand medical journal}, year={1976}, volume={84 569}, pages={93-6} }