Tim Stockwell
Tim Stockwell
Professor, Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research, University of Victoria
Verified email at uvic.ca
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The severity of alcohol dependence questionnaire: its use, reliability and validity
T Stockwell, D Murphy, R Hodgson
British journal of addiction 78 (2), 145-155, 1983
5771983
Interventions to reduce harm associated with adolescent substance use
JW Toumbourou, T Stockwell, C Neighbors, GA Marlatt, J Sturge, J Rehm
The Lancet 369 (9570), 1391-1401, 2007
5192007
Under‐reporting of alcohol consumption in household surveys: a comparison of quantity–frequency, graduated–frequency and recent recall
T Stockwell, S Donath, M Cooper‐Stanbury, T Chikritzhs, P Catalano, ...
Addiction 99 (8), 1024-1033, 2004
4962004
The development of a questionnaire to measure severity of alcohol dependence
T Stockwell, R Hodgson, G Edwards, C Taylor, H Rankin
British Journal of Addiction to Alcohol & Other Drugs 74 (1), 79-87, 1979
4771979
Moderate alcohol use and reduced mortality risk: Systematic error in prospective studies
KM Fillmore, WC Kerr, T Stockwell, T Chikritzhs, A Bostrom
Addiction Research & Theory 14 (2), 101-132, 2006
3572006
The prevention of substance use, risk and harm in Australia: a review of the evidence
W Loxley, J Toumbourou, T Stockwell, B Haines, K Scott, C Godfrey, ...
Commonwealth of Australia, 2004
3512004
Moderate alcohol use and reduced mortality risk: systematic error in prospective studies and new hypotheses
KM Fillmore, T Stockwell, T Chikritzhs, A Bostrom, W Kerr
Annals of epidemiology 17 (5), S16-S23, 2007
3162007
Do “moderate” drinkers have reduced mortality risk? A systematic review and meta-analysis of alcohol consumption and all-cause mortality
T Stockwell, J Zhao, S Panwar, A Roemer, T Naimi, T Chikritzhs
Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs 77 (2), 185-198, 2016
2882016
Alcohol dependence and phobic anxiety states I. A prevalence study
P Smail, T Stockwell, S Canter, R Hodgson
The British Journal of Psychiatry 144 (1), 53-57, 1984
2781984
The impact of later trading hours for Australian public houses (hotels) on levels of violence.
T Chikritzhs, T Stockwell
Journal of studies on alcohol 63 (5), 591-599, 2002
2562002
The measurement of alcohol dependence and impaired control in community samples
TIM Stockwell, T Sitharthan, D McGRATH, E Lang
Addiction 89 (2), 167-184, 1994
2271994
International comparisons of alcohol consumption
K Bloomfield, T Stockwell, G Gmel, N Rehn
Alcohol Research & Health 27 (1), 95, 2003
2202003
Alcohol and health in Canada: a summary of evidence and guidelines for low-risk drinking
P Butt, D Beirness, L Gliksman, C Paradis, T Stockwell
Ottawa: Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, 2011
2022011
Australian Alcohol Indicators, 1990-2001 Patterns of alcohol use and related harms for Australian states and territories
T Chikritzhs, P Catalano, T Stockwell, S Donath, H Ngo, D Young, ...
1992003
High risk drinking settings: the association of serving and promotional practices with harmful drinking
T Stockwell, E Lang, P Rydon
Addiction 88 (11), 1519-1526, 1993
1981993
Controls on the physical availability of alcohol
T Stockwell, PJ Gruenewald
The essential handbook of treatment and prevention of alcohol problems, 213-234, 2004
1912004
Does minimum pricing reduce alcohol consumption? The experience of a Canadian province
T Stockwell, MC Auld, J Zhao, G Martin
Addiction 107 (5), 912-920, 2012
1892012
The relationship between alcohol consumption patterns and injury
R McLeod, T Stockwell, M Stevens, M Phillips
Addiction 94 (11), 1719-1734, 1999
1771999
Do relaxed trading hours for bars and clubs mean more relaxed drinking? A review of international research on the impacts of changes to permitted hours of drinking
T Stockwell, T Chikritzhs
Crime Prevention and Community Safety 11 (3), 153-170, 2009
1742009
Cue exposure and response prevention with alcoholics: a controlled trial
H Rankin, R Hodgson, T Stockwell
Behaviour Research and Therapy 21 (4), 435-446, 1983
1661983
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