Department of Behavioral Science, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, USA 40536-0086.
An integrated approach to meta-analysis in alcohol studies*
Article first published online: 24 JAN 2006
British Journal of Addiction
Volume 86, Issue 10, pages 1211–1220, October 1991
How to Cite
JOHNSTONE, B. M., LEINO, E. V., MOTOYOSHI, M. M., TEMPLE, M. T., FILLMORE, K. M. and HARTKA, E. (1991), An integrated approach to meta-analysis in alcohol studies. British Journal of Addiction, 86: 1211–1220. doi: 10.1111/j.1360-0443.1991.tb01701.x
With the following collaborators: Saime Ahlstrom (Finland), Peter Allebeck (Sweden), Arvid Amundsen (Norway), Jules Angst Switzerland), Geliisse Bagnall (UK-Scotland), Ann Brunswick (USA), Remi Cadoret (USA), Sally Casswell (New Zealand), Lorraine de Labry (USA), Norman Giesbrecht (Canada), Bridget Grant (USA), Thomas Greenfield (USA), Joel Grube (USA), Bernd Guether (Federal Republic of Germany), Thomas Harford (USA), Ludek Kubicka (Czechoslovakia), Steve Manske (Canada), Mark Morgan (Ireland), Harold Mulford (USA), Leif Ojeslo (Sweden), David Peck (Scotland), Martin Plant (Scotland), Chris Power (United Kingdom), Lee Robins (USA), Anders Romelsjo (Sweden), David Rosen (USA & Shetland Islands), Ronald Schlegal (Canada), Martin Sieber (Switzerland), Soren Sigvardsson (Sweden), Rainer Silbereisen (Federal Republic of Gertnany), Ronald Stall (USA), Meir Teichman (Israel), Richard Wilsnack (USA) and Sharon Wilsnack (USA).
This work was supported by a National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) grant (#R01 AA07034) and by a NIAAA Research Scientist Development Award (#K01 AAOQ073) to the fifth author. The Collaborative Alcohol-Related Longitudinal Project is included in the plan of work of NIAAA as a World Health Organisation Collaborating Center on Research and Training in Alcohol-Related Problems and is also affiliated with the WHO Global Program on Prevention and Control of Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Order of authorship in the project is designated by the following criteria; (a) the list author has taken principal responsibility for organizing and writing the research paper; (b) persons making substantial contributions follow the first author in alphabetical order; (c) collaborators, having reviewed the paper and its findings in accordance with accuracy and representation of their data and project goals. Portions of this report were presented at the Second Meeting of the Collaborative Alcohol-Related Longitudinal Project, Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco, California, July 31-August 4,1989.
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