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In Quinn and Fromme (2011), an error occurred in Table 1. Under the heading “Subjective Intoxication,” there are currently two subheadings: “OR” and “95% CI.” However, the “OR” heading should actually be “b.” The table is reproduced here.

Table 1. Summary of Models Predicting Daily Subjective Intoxication and Alcohol-Related Consequences
VariableSubjective intoxicationAlcohol-related consequences
b95% CIOR95% CI
  1. Drinking days only.

  2. b, regression coefficient; OR, odds ratio; eBAC, estimated blood alcohol concentration; SI, subjective intoxication.

  3. a

    < 0.05;

  4. b

    < 0.00625;

  5. c

    < 0.001.

Between-person
Male gender0.32c0.25,   0.380.990.89,   1.10
Family history positive0.15c0.08,   0.231.050.94,   1.18
Average eBAC−0.02c−0.03, −0.011.000.98,   1.03
Average SI1.20c1.10,   1.31
Within-person
Day of week
Monday0.06−0.06,   0.191.000.83,   1.21
Tuesday0.17a0.04,   0.301.110.92,   1.34
Wednesday0.15a0.02,   0.271.100.91,   1.33
Thursday0.36c0.25,   0.461.150.98,   1.35
Friday0.35c0.25,   0.450.980.84,   1.13
Saturday0.19c0.09,   0.290.980.85,   1.14
Monitoring day0.000.00,   0.000.99c0.98,   0.99
Monitoring year−0.09c−0.12, −0.060.95a0.91,   0.99
Daily eBAC0.27c0.27,   0.271.04c1.03,   1.05
Daily SI1.24c1.20,   1.27
Daily SI × daily eBAC0.998a0.996, 0.999
Daily SI × monitoring day1.001.00,   1.00

We apologize for this error.

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