Impact of Response Options and Feedback About Response Inconsistencies on Frequency of Alcohol Use Self-Reports by Microcomputer
Published in: Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, v. 42, no. 2, Winter 1997, p. 1-18
Posted on RAND.org on January 01, 1997
Studies the Blood Alcohol Concentration level of motor vehicle drivers in California with the use on self-reports of alcohol use by a microcomputer. Methodological factors which influence self-reports of alcohol use; Advantages of microcomputer administration; Creation of independent variables in the study; Effects of feedback about response inconsistencies.