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Alcohol Clin Exp Res. 1987 Apr;11(2):176-82.

The antisocial and the nonantisocial alcoholic: clinical distinctions in men with major unipolar depression.


Depressed, alcoholic men were divided into those with and those without antisocial personality (ASP). The ASP alcoholics had a more severe, cross-sectional clinical picture; they had a higher rate of drug use disorder and more alcohol-related symptomatology. The medical complications of alcoholism were related to the duration of heavy drinking whereas the nonmedical complications (the psychosocial and pathologic-intake problems) were related to ASP, duration of heavy drinking, and their interaction.

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