Gruenewald, Paul J.; Remer, Lillian; Lipton, Rob
March 2002
Alcohol Research & Health;2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p42
Academic Journal
Reviews ecological studies of the interactions of individual drinking practices with the drinking environment. Emphasis on the changes that should be recommended to communities; Ways of obtaining information about the role of the alcohol environment in alcohol use; Use of maps and mapping in alcohol research.


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