Women's drinking and drinking problems: patterns from a 1981 national survey.

@article{Wilsnack1984WomensDA,
  title={Women's drinking and drinking problems: patterns from a 1981 national survey.},
  author={Richard W. Wilsnack and Sharon C Wilsnack and Alynn Klassen},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={1984},
  volume={74 11},
  pages={1231-8}
}
A 1981 national survey of women's drinking interviewed 917 women in the general population, stratified on the basis of screening interviews to include 500 moderate-to-heavy drinkers. The survey found no evidence of any major recent increase in women's drinking, and no evidence of unusually heavy drinking among working wives. Adverse drinking consequences and episodes of extreme drinking were most common among women aged 21-34; women who were unmarried, divorced or separated, or cohabiting; and… CONTINUE READING
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