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Preventing Alcohol-Related Problems
Volume 26, Number 1, 2002

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Strategies to Prevent Underage Drinking [PDF]
Kelli A. Komro, M.P.H., Ph.D., and Traci L. Toomey, M.P.H., Ph.D.

Alcohol Counter-Advertising and the Media: A Review of Recent Research [PDF]
Gina Agostinelli, Ph.D., and Joel W. Grube, Ph.D.
22 The Effects of Price on Alcohol Consumption and Alcohol-Related Problems [PDF]
Frank J. Chaloupka, Ph.D., Michael Grossman, Ph.D., Henry Saffer, Ph.D.
35 Approaching Alcohol Problems Through Local Environmental Interventions [PDF]
Andrew J. Treno, Ph.D., and Juliet P. Lee, Ph.D.
42 Evaluating the Alcohol Environment: Community Geography and Alcohol Problems [PDF]
Paul J. Gruenewald, Ph.D.; Lillian Remer, M.A.; and Rob Lipton, Ph.D.
49 The Workplace and Alcohol Problem Prevention [PDF]
Paul M. Roman, Ph.D., and Terry C. Blum, Ph.D.
58 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Prevention Research [PDF]
Janet R. Hankin, Ph.D.

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66 Linking Science to Policy: The Role of International Collaborative Research [PDF]
Thomas F. Babor, Ph.D., M.P.H.

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Prepared: August 2002