Heterogeneous dose–response and college student drinking: examining problem risks related to low drinking levels
Previous research demonstrates that the number of problems related to each additional drink consumed on any drinking occasion, dose–response, varies non‐linearly across average drinking quantities. We test predictions from a dynamic model of drinking behavior that locates this heterogeneity in drinkers’ efforts to equilibrate between costs and benefits of use.
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