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

by Ron D. Hays, Robert M. Bell, James J. Gillogly, Laural A. Hill, Dennis Giroux, Claude Davis, Matthew W. Lewis, Teresa Damush, Ronald Nicholas

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.

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