Validating the ability of a single-item assessing drunkenness to detect hazardous drinking.

@article{Barry2013ValidatingTA,
  title={Validating the ability of a single-item assessing drunkenness to detect hazardous drinking.},
  author={Adam Etheridge Barry and Beth H Chaney and Michael Stellefson and Virginia J Noland Dodd},
  journal={The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse},
  year={2013},
  volume={39 5},
  pages={320-5}
}
BACKGROUND To simplify the screening process to identify problem drinking, researchers have developed single-item, quantity-based instruments. Quantity-based items, however, suffer from several limitations. OBJECTIVE Determine whether a non-quantity-based single item assessing drunkenness would be able to identify those who exhibited signs of hazardous alcohol use, as determined by Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT)-C scores. METHODS Between September and November of 2011… CONTINUE READING
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