Variables related to Alcohol

idVariableDescriptionCollectedFile
ALCOHLOS12 or more drinks of alcoholFor the question below, one drink of alcohol is equal to one can of beer, one glass of wine, or one shot of liquor (whiskey, brandy or gin). During your entire life, have you had 12 drinks or more of any kind of alcoholic drink? BaselineForm 42 - OS Questionnaire
DRNKAG14Drinks of alcohol (age 14-17)For the question below, one drink of alcohol is equal to one can of beer, one glass of wine, or one shot of liquor (whiskey, brandy or gin). When you were between 14 and 17 years old, how many drinks of alcohol did you usually have?
*Sub-question of F42 V1 Q7 "12 or more drinks".
BaselineForm 42 - OS Questionnaire
DRNKAG18Drinks of alcohol (age 18-22)For the question below, one drink of alcohol is equal to one can of beer, one glass of wine, or one shot of liquor (whiskey, brandy or gin). When you were between 18 and 22 years old, how many drinks of alcohol did you usually have?
*Sub-question of F42 V1 Q7 "12 or more drinks".
BaselineForm 42 - OS Questionnaire
DRNKAG23Drinks of alcohol (age 23-29)For the questions below, one drink of alcohol is equal to one can of beer, one glass of wine, or one shot of liquor (whiskey, brandy or gin). When you were between 23 and 29 years old, how many drinks of alcohol did you usually have?
*Sub-question of F42 V1 Q7 "12 or more drinks".
BaselineForm 42 - OS Questionnaire
DRNKAG30Drinks of alcohol (age 30-49)For the question below, one drink of alcohol is equal to one can of beer, one glass of wine, or one shot of liquor (whiskey, brandy or gin). When you were between 30 and 49 years old, how many drinks of alcohol did you usually have?
*Sub-question of F42 V1 Q7 "12 or more drinks".
BaselineForm 42 - OS Questionnaire