What publications does the Foundation produce?
Other than its Annual Report, the Foundation has produced the following reports, monographs and proceedings:
- ABMRF/The Foundation for Alcohol Research Research Reference Guide: 1982-Present. An overview of the Foundation’s activities from 1982-2008, including extensive information about the grant program.
- Underage Drinking: A Report on Drinking in the Second Decade of Life in Europe and North America. ABMRF/The Foundation for Alcohol Research joined with its sister organization, ERAB: The European Foundation for Alcohol Research to publish this comparative review and exchange of information on underage drinking counter-measures. The book explores the extent of underage drinking across Europe and North America, the current understanding of factors that increase the risk of this behavior, and evidence-based approaches that parents, families and schools may employ to prevent underage drinking.
- Monograph No. 1. Psychometric Modeling in Epidemiology with an Emphasis on Longitudinal Analysis of Alcohol Use. Bengt Muthen, 1994.
- Monograph No. 2. Alcohol and Violence. Helene Raskin White, Jeffrey Fagan, Robert O. Pihl, 1995.
- Life Transitions and Alcohol Consumption: Work Related Issues. Eight papers on the interactions of life course events with employment activities that may effect changes in alcohol consumption; held October 1-2, 1990 in Jasper, Alberta.
- Alcohol and Cardiovascular Disease. Nine papers on the effects of alcohol consumption on several aspects of the cardiovascular system, including structure and function, regulatory mechanisms, and the pathogenesis of organ injury; held October 18-20, 1993 in La Jolla, California.
- Alcohol, Society and the Determinants of Health. Eight papers on the relation of alcohol consumption to health and well-being in the context of cultural and social influences including a comprehensive examination of the economic, social and physical factors which have an impact on alcohol use and which affect health status; held November 18-21, 1993 in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
- Alcohol Consumption and Indigenous People. Nine papers on various aspects of alcohol consumption by indigenous people ranging from the roots of aboriginal drinking problems in North America to ethical guidelines for indigenous groups research; held September 20, 1998 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
- ABMRF Journal. The ABMRF Journal was officially launched in 1991 as an expanded version of its predecessor publication, Monthly List of Pertinent Abstracts. It was a print publication that featured recent abstracts of the leading scientific journal articles on sociobehavioral and biomedical effects of alcohol consumption and was sent to a mailing list that included nearly 1300 subscribers in 31 countries. Because of the rapid proliferation of scientific literature and abstracting services available on the internet, the Journal was discontinued at the end of 2001.
May I obtain a copy of any of these publications?
The Research Reference Guide is available on this website. Limited numbers of other publications are available, and can be requested through the Foundation office by sending an email to email@example.com. The Underage Drinking: A Report on Drinking in the Second Decade of Life in Europe and North America ebook and the summary booklet are downloadable.
Does the Foundation provide educational material about alcohol consumption, such as books, pamphlets or videos?
No, the Foundation does not produce or provide such material.
However, the U.S. National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information is a good resource for alcohol-related information.