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Heterogeneous dose–response and college student drinking: examining problem risks related to low drinking levels

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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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Keywords: Alcohol epidemiology; alcohol problems; college drinking; dose‐response model; low dose effects; theoretical models

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 June 2015

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