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Drinking, Conduct Disorder, and Social ChangeNavajo Experiences$

Stephen J. Kunitz and Jerrold E. Levy

Print publication date: 2000

Print ISBN-13: 9780195136159

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195136159.001.0001

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(p.203) Appendix 4 Supplementary Tables for Chapter 5

(p.203) Appendix 4 Supplementary Tables for Chapter 5

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Drinking, Conduct Disorder, and Social Change
Author(s):

Stephen J. Kunitz

K. Ruben Gabriel

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Oxford University Press

Table A4-1. Variables Used for Typology

CLONINGER TYPOLOGY

PRESENT STUDY

Type I

1. Ever gone on binges and neglect your responsibilities? (yes)

1. Has there ever been a period when you spent so much time drinking alcohol or getting over its effects that you had little time for anything else? (BINGES)

2. Ever adopted rules to avoid drinking? (yes)

2. Some people try to control their drinking by making rules like not drinking before 5 o'clock or never drinking alone. Have you ever made rules like that for yourself? (RULES)

3. Ever been told by a doctor that you had liver disease, cirrhosis, or yellow jaundice due to drinking? (yes)

3. There are several health problems that can result from drinking. Did drinking cause you to have any of these diseases? (HEALTH)

4. Did your problems with drinking begin after you were 25 years of age?

4. At what age did alcohol become a problem for you? (AgeDr)

Type II

1. Have you ever gotten into physical fights when drinking? (yes)

1. Did you ever get into fights while drinking? (DrFights)

2. Have you ever gotten into trouble driving a car after drinking? (yes)

2. Have you ever had trouble driving because of drinking, like having an accident or being arrested for drunk driving? (DWI)

3. Have you ever had trouble abstaining entirely from drinking alcohol? (yes)

3. Did you find you could not quit or cut down? (TryStop)

4. Have you ever had any treatment other than joining Alcoholics Anonymous? (yes)

4. Have you ever been in treatment for an alcohol-related problem? (Before, for people currently in treatment.) Inpatient? Outpatient? Alcoholics Anonymous excluded. (TREAT)

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Table A4-2. Multiple Logistic Regressions of Type I and Type II Variables * onto log AS YES and Stratification, by Sample: Partial Regression Coefficients of logASYES

CAS

DEP

NADC

ESTIMATE

S.E.

P

ESTIMATE

S.E.

P

ESTIMATE

S.E.

P

Type I

Binges

−0.817

0.216

0.0002

−0.684

0.175

0.0001

−2.928

2.462

0.234

Rules

−0.315

0.185

0.089

−0.016

0.179

0.928

0.326

0.367

0.376

Health

−0.971

0.212

0.0000

−0.494

0.259

0.0567

0.213

1.343

0.874

AgeDr

0.576

0.209

0.0061

0.507

0.222

0.022

Unstable

Unstable

Unstable

Type II

DrFights

−0.885

0.205

0.0000

−1.044

0.187

0.0000

−1.503

0.637

0.584

DWI

0.151

0.254

0.552

−0.045

0.186

0.807

0.401

0.493

0.416

TryStop

−0.327

0.266

0.217

−0.120

0.181

0.507

−0.679

0.785

0.387

Treat

−0.075

0.196

0.702

−0.274

0.193

0.156

Unstable

Unstable

Unstable

(*) Defined in Table A4-1.

() CAS are by definition all in treatment. DEP is the relevant sample for this variable.