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The MacAndrew scale: a measure of the diagnosis of alcoholism


, : The MacAndrew scale: a measure of the diagnosis of alcoholism. Journal of Studies on Alcohol 42(1): 80-86

Alcoholics scored highest on the MacAndrew Scale, psychiatric patients lowest and normal subjects in an intermediate position.


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