NESARC

AcronymDefinition
NESARCNational Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions
NESARCNational Endangered Species Act Reform Coalition
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Although the NESARC is a longitudinal dataset, we do not use this feature of the data in our study.
Excessive, or "binge," drinking is defined in NSDUH, MTF, and NESARC as consuming five or more drinks in an evening, although the instruments vary in the specified time frames given (i.
Participants in the NESARC study also were assessed using the 12-item Short Form Health Survey version 2 (SF-12v2), which provided the question about how much they had felt downhearted or depressed in the past 4 weeks (J.
Data Source: Secondary analysis of 43,093 community-based adults surveyed for NESARC.
We analyze data from Waves 1 and 2 of the NESARC to examine the impact of illicit drug use on health services utilization.
Using NESARC results, Cohen and colleagues (2007) reported that only 14.
Hasin unveiled results of a selective analysis of substance use prevalence and persistence data from NESARC Waves 1 (2001-2002) and 2 (2004-2005) during a symposium at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatrists.
The NESARC study investigating the prevalence and comorbidity of GAD in the United States reported that only 10.
Based on the 2001-2002 NESARC data, Caetano and colleagues (2010) reported that White men consumed a higher volume of alcohol (22.
The NESARC was based on a multistage sampling design that oversampled young adults, Hispanics, and African-Americans to obtain reliable statistical estimation in these subpopulations and to ensure appropriate representation of racial/ethnic groups.
We estimated equation (5) using linear probability models rather than logit fixed effects techniques because linear probability estimation allowed us to incorporate NESARC sample weights, to cluster standard errors around primary sample units, and to estimate marginal effects.
Overall, the mean number of heavy drinking days among patients with alcohol dependence fell from 114 per year during NESARC Wave 1 to 84 per year during NESARC Wave 2.