Publications past 10 years

 

Room, R. Ferris, J. Bond, J. Greenfield, T. K., Graham, K. (In press) Differences in trouble per litre of different alcoholic beverages – A global comparison with the GENACIS dataset. Contemporary Drug Problems.

 

Graham, K. (2011). Commentary on Brennan et al: Towards more interpretable evaluations. Addiction, 106, 714-715.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S., Knibbe, R., Kairouz, S., Kuntche, S., Wilsnack, S. C, Greenfield, T. F., Dietze, P., Obot, I., & Gmel, G. (2011). Alcohol-related negative consequences among drinkers around the world. Addiction (monograph series), 106, 1391-1405.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S., Osgood, D. W., Wells, S.. (In press, 2011). “Hotspots” for aggression in licensed drinking venues, Drug and Alcohol Review.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S., Wells, S., Osgood, D. W., Abbey, A., Felson, R. B., & Saltz, R. F. (2011). Behavioural Indicators of Motives for Barroom Aggression: Implications for Preventing Bar Violence. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30, 544-563.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, K., Wilsnack, S.C., & Gmel, G. (2011). Alcohol may not cause partner violence but it seems to make it worse: A cross national comparison of the relationship between alcohol and severity of partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(8), 1503-1523.

 

Graham, K., & Livingston, M. (2011). The relationship between alcohol and violence –

population, contextual and individual research approaches. Drug and Alcohol Review, 30, 453-457.

 

Rehm, J., Giesbrecht, N., Gliksman, L., Graham, K., Le, A. D., Mann, R. E., Room, R., Rush, B., Tyndale, R. F., & Wells, S. (2011). Addiction research centres and the nurturing of creativity: Substance abuse research in a modern health care centre – The case of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. Addiction, 106, 689-697.

 

Wells, S., Flynn, A., Graham, K., Rehm, J., Cairney, J., Kates, N., Kennedy, J. L., Lobo, D. S. S., Chaiton, M., Menzies, P., Tyndale, R. F., & Verjee, Z. (2011). Using a mobile laboratory to study mental health, addictions, and violence: A research plan Challenges, 2, 1-18.

 

Wells, S., Giesbrecht, N., Ialomiteanu, A., Graham, K. (2011). The association of drinking pattern with aggression involving alcohol and with verbal versus physical aggression. Contemporary Drug Problems, 38, 259-279.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K., Tremblay, P. F., & Magyarody, N. (2011). Not just the booze talking. Trait aggression and hypermasculinity distinguish perpetrators from victims of male barroom aggression. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35(3), 1-8.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K., Tremblay, P.F., Reynolds, J. (2011). Measuring young men’s expected effects of alcohol in provoking situations in bars. Contemporary Drug Problems, 38, 281-309.

 

Wells, S., Neighbors, C., Tremblay, P. F., & Graham, K. (2011). Defending girlfriends, buddies and oneself: Injunctive norms and male barroom aggression, Addictive Behaviors, 36(4), 416-420.

 

Astudillo, M., Kuntsche, S., Graham, K., & Gmel, G. (2010). The influence of drinking pattern, at individual and aggregate levels, on alcohol–related consequences. European Addiction Research, 16, 115-123.

 

Babor, T, Caetano, R, Casswell, S, Edwards, G., Giesbrecht, N, Graham, K., Grube, Hill, L., Holder, H., Homel, R., Livingston, M., Ősterberg, E., Rehm, J., & Room, R., & Rossow, I. (2010). Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press (360 pages).

 

Babor, T., Caetano, R., Casswell, S., Edwards, G., Giesbrecht, N., Graham, K., Grube, J., Hill, L., Holder, H., Homel, R., Livingston, M., Osterberg, E., Rehm, J., Room, R., & Rossow, I. (2010). Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity. A Summary of the Second Edition. Addiction, 105, 769-779.

 

Flynn, A., & Graham, K. (2010). “Why did it happen?” A review and conceptual framework for research on perpetrators’ and victims’ explanations for intimate partner violence. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 15, 239-251.

 

Graham K. (2010). Commentary on Norström and Pape: Unleashing the beast within? The role of suppressed anger in changes in drinking and fighting. Addiction, 105, 1587-1588.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S. Munné, M., & Wilsnack, S. C. (Eds.), (2010). El Brindis Infeliz: El consumo de alcohol y la aggression entre parejas en las Américas. Washington, DC: Pan American Health Organization (258 pages). [Spanish translation of Unhappy Hours]

 

Graham, K., Wells, S. Bernards, S., & Dennison, S. (2010). “Yes, I do but not with you” - Qualitative analyses of sexual/romantic overture-related aggression in bars and clubs, Contemporary Drug Problems, 37, 197-239.

 

Rehm, J., Baliunas, D., Borges, G.L.G., Graham, K., Irving, H.M., Kehoe, T., Parry, C.D., Patra, J., Popova, S., Poznyak, V., Roerecke, M., Room, R., Samokhvalov, A.V., & Taylor, B. (2010). The relation between different dimensions of alcohol consumption and burden of disease: An overview. Addiction, 105, 817-843.

 

Tremblay, P. F., Graham, K., Wells, S., Harris, R., Pulford, R., & Roberts, S. E. (2010). When do first-year college students drink most during the academic year? An internet-based study of daily and weekly drinking. Journal of American College Health, 58, 401-411.

 

Bernards, S., Graham, K., Kuendig, H., Hettige, S., & Obot, I. (2009). “I have no interest in drinking”: A cross-national comparison of reasons why men and women abstain from alcohol use. Addiction, 104, 1658-1668.

 

Graham, K. (2009). They fight because we let them! Applying a situational crime prevention model for barroom violence. Alcohol and Drug Review, 28, 103-109.

 

Graham, K., & Bernards, S. (2009). Canada (pp. 237 – 260). In P. Hadfield (Ed.), Nightlife and crime. Social order and governance in international perspective. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

 

Massak, A., & Graham, K. (2009). The relationship between depression, alcohol use disorder and coping motives for drinking among Canadian men and women (pp. 11-30). In L. Sher (Ed.) Comorbidity of depression and alcohol use disorders, New York: Nova Science.

 

Mihic, L., Wells, S., Graham, K., Tremblay, P. F., & Demers, A. (2009) Situational and respondent-level motives for drinking and alcohol-related aggression: A multilevel analysis of drinking events in a sample of Canadian university students. Addictive Behaviors, 34, 264-269.

 

Paradis, C., Demers, A., Picard, E., Graham, K. (2009). The importance of drinking frequency in evaluating individuals’ drinking patterns: Implications for the development of national drinking guidelines. Addiction, 104, 1179-1184.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K.,&  Purcell, J. (2009). The widespread practice of "predrinking" or "pregaming" before going on to public establishments. Addiction, 104, 4-9.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K., & Tremblay, P. F. (2009). “Every male in there is your competition”: Young men’s explanations of the role of the drinking setting in male-to-male barroom aggression. Substance Use and Misuse, 44, 1434-1462.

 

Bernards, S., Graham, K. et al. (2008). Common survey method and analyses conducted for each country chapter (pp. 25-33).  In K. Graham, S. Bernards, M. Munné, & S. Wilsnack (Eds.), Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Physical Partner Aggression in the Americas. Washington, DC: Pan American Health Organization.

 

Cayetano, C. E., & Graham, K. (2008). Alcohol and physical partner aggression in Belize (pp. 52-71). In K. Graham, S. Bernards, M. Munné, & S. Wilsnack (Eds.), Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Physical Partner Aggression in the Americas.  Washington, DC:  Pan American Health Organization.

 

Graham, K. (2008). A Night Out, Not “Lights out!”: The case of Safer Bars (pp. 31-33). Knowledge to Action: A knowledge translation casebook. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

 

Graham, K. (2008). Fiddling while Rome burns? Balancing rigor with the need for practical knowledge, Addiction, 103, 414-415. [Invited commentary]

 

Graham, K. (2008). Balancing type I and type II error: Response to Gorman 2008. Addiction, 103, 1753-1754. [Invited response].

 

Graham, K., & Bernards, S. (2008). Alcohol and physical partner aggression in Canada (pp. 90-108). In K. Graham, S. Bernards, M. Munné, & S. Wilsnack (Eds.), Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Physical Partner Aggression in the Americas.  Washington, DC: Pan American Health Organization.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S., Munné, M., Cayetano, C. E., Kerr-Corrêa, F., Lima, M. C. P., Bejarano, J., Romero, M. M., Medina-Mora, M. E., Villatoro, J. V., Aburto, J. T. C., Ferrand, M. J., P., Wilsnack, S., Magri, R. (2008). Comparison of physical partner aggression across ten countries (pp. 221-248). In K. Graham, S. Bernards, M. Munné, & S. Wilsnack (Eds.), Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Physical Partner Aggression in the Americas. Washington, DC:  Pan American Health Organization.

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S. Munné, M., & Wilsnack, S. C. (Eds.), (2008). Unhappy Hours: Alcohol and Physical Partner Aggression in the Americas. Washington, DC: Pan American Health Organization (252 pages).

 

Graham, K. & Braun, K., with Bois, C., Tessier, C., Hughes, S., & Prentice, L. (2000). Safer Bars Trainer’s Guide, 2nd Edition. Toronto, Canada: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.

 

Graham, K., & Homel, R. (2008) Raising the bar: Preventing aggression in and around bars, pubs and clubs. Cullompton Devon, UK: Willan Publishing (296 pages).

 

Massak, A., & Graham, K. (2008). Is the smoking-depression relationship confounded by alcohol consumption? Nicotine & Tobacco Research., 10(7), 1231 - 1243

 

Tremblay, P. F., Graham, K., & Wells S. (2008). Severity of physical aggression reported by university students: A test of the interaction between trait aggression and alcohol consumption. Personality and Individual Differences, 45, 3-9.

 

Warner, J., Riviere, J., Graham, K. (2008) Men and women fighting side by side: Examples from an English Town, 1653-1781. Journal of Family History, 33(2), 156-172.

 

Wells, S., Mihic, L., Tremblay, P.F., Graham, K. & Demers, A. (2008). Where, with whom, and how much alcohol is consumed on drinking events involving aggression? Event-level associations in a Canadian national survey of university students, Alcoholism. Clinical and Experimental Research, 32, 522-533.

 

Bernards, S., Graham, K., Demers, A., Kairouz, S., & Wells, S. (2007). Gender and the assessment of at-risk drinking: Evidence from the GENACIS Canada (2004-05) telephone survey version of the AUDIT. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 88, 282-290.

 

De Wit, D.J., Lipman, E.L., Manzano, M., Bisanz, J., Graham, K., Offord, D. R., O'Neill, E., Pepler, D., & Shaver, K. (2007). Feasibility of a randomized controlled trial for evaluating the effectiveness of the Big Brothers Big Sisters community match program at the national level. Children and Youth Services Review, 29, 383-404.

 

Graham, K. (2007). Using historical context to identify confounders, mechanisms and modifiers in aggregate level studies of the relationship between alcohol consumption and violent crime. Commentary on “Alcohol and violence: Use of possible confounders in a time series analysis” by Elin K. Bye. Addiction, 102, 348-349. [Invited commentary]

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S. & Demers, A. (2007). Gender differences by province in alcohol consumption and consequences: Results of the GENACIS Canada study (pp. 21-30). In N. Poole & L. Greaves (Eds.), Highs and lows. Canadian perspectives on women and substance use. Toronto: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

 

Graham, K., Massak, A. (2007). Alcohol consumption and use of antidepressants. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 176(5), 633-637.

 

Graham, K., Massak, A., Demers, A, & Rehm, J. (2007) Does the association between alcohol consumption and depression depend on how they are measured? Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 31, 78-88.

 

Taylor, B., Rehm, J. Aburto, J. T. C., Bejarano, J., Cayetano, C., Kerr-Correa, F., Ferrand, M. P., Gmel, G., Graham, K., Greenfield, T. K., Laranjeira, R., Lima, M. C., Magri, R., Monteiro, M. G., Medina Mora, M. E., Munné, M., Romero, M. P., Tucci, A. M., Wilsnack, S. (2007). Alcohol, gender, culture and harms in the Americas: PAHO Multicentric Study final report. Washington, D. C. : Pan American Health Organization

 

Tremblay, P. F., Mihic, L., Graham, K. & Jelley, J. (2007). The role of motivation to respond to provocation, the social environment, and trait aggression in alcohol-related aggression. Aggressive Behavior, 33(5), 389-411.

 

Warner, J., Gmel, G., Graham, K., & Erickson, B. (2007). A time-series analysis of war and levels of interpersonal violence in an English military town, 1700-1781. Social Science History. 31(4), 575 - 602.

 

Wells, S., & Graham, K. (2007) Verbal versus physical victimization from other people’s drinking: How do gender, age and their interactions with drinking pattern affect vulnerability? Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 68(4), 582-586.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K. & Tremblay, P. (2007). Beliefs, attitudes, and male-to-male bar-room aggression: Development of a theoretical predictive model. Addiction Research and Theory, 15(6), 575-586.

 

Wells, S., Speechley, M., Koval, M., Graham, K., (2007). Gender differences in the relationship between heavy episodic drinking, social roles, and alcohol-related aggression in a US sample of late adolescent and young adult drinkers. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 33, 21-29.

 

Gmel, G., Graham, K., Kuendig, H., & Kuntsche, S. (2006). Measuring alcohol consumption – Is a reasonable change always reasonable? Response to Kiefer & Spanagel (2006). Addiction, 101, 11216-1218 [letter to the editor]

 

Graham, K. (2006). The relationship between homicide and alcohol, drugs and psychiatric disorder: Some directions for prevention. Addiction, 101, 1071-1072. [Invited editorial].

 

Graham, K. (2006). Isn’t it time we found out more about what the heck happens

around American liquor stores? Addiction, 101, 619-620. [Invited editorial]

 

Graham, K. (2006). Something about alcohol? Commentary on Haggard-Grann et al. (2006). Addiction, 101, 6-7. [Invited editorial]

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S., Osgood, D. W., & Wells, S. (2006). Bad nights or bad bars? Multilevel analysis of environmental predictors of aggression in late-night large-capacity bars and clubs. Addiction, 101, 1569-1580.

 

Graham, K., Tremblay, P. F., Wells, S., Pernanen, K., Purcell, J., & Jelley, J. (2006). Harm and intent and the nature of aggressive behavior: Measuring naturally-occurring aggression in barroom settings. Assessment, 13(3), 280-296.

 

Graham, K., Osgood, D. W., Wells, S., & Stockwell, T. (2006). To what extent is intoxication associated with aggression in bars? A multilevel analysis, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 67, 382-390.

 

Gmel, G., Graham, K., Kuendig, H., & Kuntsche, S. (2006). Measuring alcohol consumption – should the “graduated frequency” approach become the norm in survey research? Addiction, 101, 16-30.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K., Speechley, M., & Koval, M. (2006). Do predisposing and family background characteristics modify or confound the relationship between drinking frequency and alcohol-related aggression? A study of late adolescent and young adult drinkers. Addictive Behaviors, 31, 661-675.

 

Bergmark, K. H., Graham, K., Nordvik, M. (2005). Alcohol-related violence. A comparison of alcohol-related aggression in six European countries (pp. 103 -115). In Bloomfield et al., Gender, culture and alcohol problems: A multi-national study. Berlin, Germany: Institute for Medical Informatics, Biometris & Epidemiology, Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin.

 

Graham, K. (2005). Public drinking then and now. Contemporary Drug Problems, 32, 45-56. [Invited commentary]

 

Graham, K., Bernards, S., Osgood, D.W., Homel, R., & Purcell, J. (2005). Guardians and handlers: The role of bar staff in preventing and managing aggression. Addiction, 100, 755-766.

 

Graham, K., Jelley, J., & Purcell, J.(2005). Training bar staff in preventing and managing aggression in licensed premises, Journal of Substance Use, 10(1), 48-61.

 

Haines, B., & Graham, K. (2005). Violence prevention in licensed premises (pp. 163-176). In T. Stockwell, P. Gruenewald, J. Toumbourou, & W. Loxley (Eds.), Preventing harmful substance use: The evidence base for policy and practice. New Jersey: Wiley.

 

Purcell, J., & Graham, K. (2005). A typology of Toronto nightclubs at the turn of the millennium. Contemporary Drug Problems, 32, 131-167.

 

Warner, J., Graham, K., Adlaf, E. (2005). Women behaving badly: Gender and aggression in a military town, 1653-1781. Sex Roles, 52(5/6), 289-298.

 

Wells, S., Graham, K., Speechley, M., & Koval, M. (2005). Drinking patterns, drinking contexts, and alcohol-related aggression among late adolescent and young adult drinkers. Addiction, 100, 933-944.

 

Babor, T. F. and the Alcohol and Public Policy Group. (2004). Alcohol policy and the public good: As simple as one, two, three? (pp. 29-47). In R. Müller, & H. Klingemann (Eds.), From science to action? 100 Years later – Alcohol policies revisited. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. (Alcohol & Public Policy Group consists of Babor, T, Caetano, R, Casswell, S, Edwards, G., Giesbrecht, N, Graham, K., Grube, J., Gruenwald, P., Hill, L., Holder, H., Homel, R., Osterberg, E., Rehm, J., & Room, R., & Rossow, I.)  

 

Graham, K., (2004). Disinhibition, impulse control, arousal and gender: Understanding the mechanisms of alcohol’s effects on aggression. Addiction, 99, 1250-1251 [Invited commentary].

 

Graham, K., Demers, A., Rehm, J., & Gmel, G. (2004). Problems with the graduated frequency approach to measuring alcohol consumption: Results from a pilot study in Toronto, Canada, Alcohol & Alcoholism, 39(5), 455-462.

 

Graham, K., Plant, M., & Plant, M. (2004). Alcohol, gender and partner aggression: A general population study of British adults. Addiction Research and Theory, 12(4), 385-401.

 

Graham, K., Osgood, D. W., Zibrowski, E., Purcell, J., Gliksman, L., Leonard, K, Pernanen, K., Saltz, R. F., & Toomey, T. L. (2004). The effect of the Safer Bars programme on physical aggression in bars: Results of a randomized controlled trial, Drug and Alcohol Review, 23(1), 31-41.

 

Rehm, J., Fischer, B., Graham, K., Haydon, E., Mann, R., & Room, R. (2004). The importance of environmental modifiers of the relationship between substance use and harm. Addiction, 99, 663-666. (peer-reviewed editorial)

 

Rehm, J., Room, R., Monteiro, M., Gmel, G., Graham, K., Rehn, N., Sempos, C. T., Frick, U., & Jernigan, D. (2004). Alcohol use (pp. 959-1108). In M. Ezzati, A. D., Lopez, A. Rodgers & C. J. L. Murray (Eds.), Comparative quantification of health risks: Global and regional burden of disease attributable to selected major risk factors. Geneva: WHO.

 

Alcohol & Public Policy Group. (2003). Alcohol: No ordinary commodity. A summary of the book. Addiction, 98, 1343-1350. (Alcohol & Public Policy Group consists of Babor, T, Caetano, R, Casswell, S, Edwards, G., Giesbrecht, N, Graham, K., Grube, J., Gruenwald, P., Hill, L., Holder, H., Homel, R., Osterberg, E., Rehm, J., & Room, R., & Rossow, I.)  

 

Babor, T, Caetano, R, Casswell, S, Edwards, G., Giesbrecht, N, Graham, K., Grube, J., Gruenwald, P., Hill, L., Holder, H., Homel, R., Osterberg, E., Rehm, J., & Room, R., & Rossow, I. (2003). Alcohol: No Ordinary Commodity, Oxford University Press (290 pages).

 

Graham, K. (2003). Classic tests revisited. K. Pernanen, Alcohol in human violence, New York: the Guilford Press, 1991, Addiction, 98, 543-544.

 

Graham, K. (2003). Social drinking and aggression (pp. 253-274). In M. Mattson (Ed.), Neurobiology of aggression: Understanding and preventing violence, Totowa, New Jersey: Humana Press.

 

Graham, K. (2003). The Yin and Yang of alcohol intoxication: Implications for research on the social consequences of drinking. Addiction, 98, 1021-1023. (peer-reviewed editorial)

 

Graham, K., & Wells, S. (2003). “Somebody’s Gonna Get Their Head Kicked in Tonight!” Aggression among young males in bars – A question of values? British Journal of Criminology, 43, 546-566.

 

Graham, K., & Wells, S. (2003). Mutual versus one-sided physical aggression. Findings from a general population survey of aggression among adults (pp. 127-143). Reprinted in P. Fittskirk & S. P. Shohov (Eds.), Focus on Behavioral Psychology, New York: Nova Science Publishers.

 

Purcell, J., Graham, K., Gliksman, L., Tessier, C., & Jelley, J. (2003). Redesign on the fly: Safer Bars and the Toronto experience. Nordisk Alkohol & Narkotikatidskrift, 20, (English Supplement), 155-160.

 

Rehm, J., Room, R., Graham, K., Monteiro, M., Gmel, G., & Sempos, C. T. (2003).The relationship of average volume of alcohol consumption and patterns of drinking to burden of disease: An overview, Addiction, 98, 1209-1228.

 

Rehm, J., Room, R., Graham, K., & Frick, U. (2003). Trinkmenge, Trinkmuster und ihre Beziehung zu Morbidität und Mortalität – Ein gberblick. Sucht, 49(2), 87-94.

 

Rehm, J., Room, R., Monteiro, M., Gmel, G., Graham, K., Rehn, N., Sempos, C. T., Frick, U., & Jernigan, D. (2003). Alcohol as a risk factor for global burden of disease, European Addiction Research, 9, 157-164.

 

Room, R., Graham, K., Rehm, J., Jernigan, D., & Monteiro, M. (2003). Drinking and its burden in a global perspective: Policy considerations and options, European Addiction Research, 9,165-175.

 

Wells, S., & Graham, K. (2003). Aggression involving alcohol: Relationship to drinking patterns and social context, Addiction, 98(1), 33-42.

 

Wells, S., & Graham, K. (2003). Emotional effect of physical aggression among adults in the general population in a Canadian province. Psychological Reports, 92, 218-222.

 

Graham, K., & Wells, S. (2002). Mutual versus one-sided physical aggression. Findings from a general population survey of aggression among adults (pp. 95-111). In S. P. Shohov (Ed.), Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 16, New York: Nova Science Publishers.

 

Graham, K., Wells, S., & Jelley, J. (2002). The social context of physical aggression among adults. The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 17(1), 64-83.

 

Graham, K. (2001). Drinking practices from a global perspective, review of “Drinking occasions: comparative perspectives on alcohol and culture” by D. B. Heath, The Lancet, 357 (9264),1299.

 

Graham, K., & West, P. (2001).  Alcohol and crime: Examining the link (pp. 439-470). In N. Heather, T. J. Peters & T. Stockwell (Eds.), International handbook of alcohol dependence and problems, Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Graham, K., & Wells, S. (2001). The two worlds of aggression for men and women. Sex Roles. A Journal of Research, 45, 595-622.

 

Graham, K., & Wells, S. (2001). “I’m okay. You’re drunk!” Self-other differences in the perceived effects of alcohol in real-life incidents of aggression. Contemporary Drug Problems, 28, 441-462.

 

Graham, K., & Wells, S. (2001). Aggression among young adults in the social context of the bar. Addiction Research, 9(3), 193-219.

 

Rehm, J., Monteiro, M. G., Room, R., Gmel, G., Jernigan, D., Frick, U., & Graham, K. (2001). Steps toward constructing a global comparative risk analysis for alcohol consumption: Determining indicators and empirical weights for patterns of drinking, deciding about the theoretical minimum, and dealing with different consequences. European Addiction Research, 7(3), 138-147.