Variability of self reported measures of alcohol consumption: implications for the association between drinking in pregnancy and birth weight.

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STUDY OBJECTIVE To describe the intra-subject variability of self reported maternal alcohol consumption using different ways of collecting information and to analyse the implications of this variability for research into the effect of low to moderate maternal alcohol consumption on birth weight. DESIGN This was a longitudinal study. Self reported maternal… (More)

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@article{Pereira1993VariabilityOS, title={Variability of self reported measures of alcohol consumption: implications for the association between drinking in pregnancy and birth weight.}, author={Altamiro da Costa Pereira and Jesper V. Olsen and Simon Alexander Ogston}, journal={Journal of epidemiology and community health}, year={1993}, volume={47 4}, pages={326-30} }