Alcohol Research Group
Longest running alcohol survey adds new web-panel, questions, and measures to look at our drinking and how it impacts our lives over time.
IMI produced fewer drinking days and fewer heavy drinking days among women with alcohol problems with consumption levels sustained after the program ended.
New ARG study finds one in five adults experience harm because of someone else’s drinking each year.
Impact to family members, children, mental health & a look at the social contexts where harms occur.
Adults < 40 years old living in states with more restrictive alcohol policies experience fewer aggression- and drink-driving-related harms from someone else’s drinking.
Associate Scientist Priscilla Martinez uses her unique background to untangle the alcohol-race paradox and find a way to address it.
IMI shown to reduce women's problem drinking with consumption levels sustained at the six-month follow-up.
Each year, 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience harm because of someone else’s drinking.
New funding will look at marijuana use, co-use, and retail sales in Washington State.
The project will assess risk and protective factors among American Indians in Southern California.
Interview with co-director of the NAS reveals key changes in methodology, measures & focus areas.
Alcohol harms to others' project wrapped up recently resulting in multiple studies.