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Family functioning, alcohol expectancies and alcohol-related problems in a remote Aboriginal Australian community: a preliminary psychometric validation study

by Kowalyszyn M, Kelly A

Journal article
Year 2003
Journal Drug and Alcohol Review
Volume 22
Issue 1
Page 53-59

Abstract

This article presents the findings of a survey of Indigenous people from a remote north Queensland community. The survey was designed to determine relationships between alcohol consumption and family conflict. It was anticipated that the study measures would be useful for facilitating the detection and assessment of alcohol and family problems and for evaluating change in future interventions.

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