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Table 4. (Continued) Study Sample Ascertainment Goldstein, Dawson, Saha, et al. 05) greater for women than for men for any 12-month AUD and 12-month EtOH dependence. Table 4. 01) except for those associated with EtOH abuse after adjustment for both sociodemographic variables and additional comorbidity. Table 4. (Continued) Study Sample Ascertainment Kessler, Crum, et al. 0 (women) ORs for ASPD associated with EtOH abuse were not statistically significant for either sex. 05) for women but not men.
Grant similarly, respondents with DUDs plus an antisocial syndrome in adulthood reported earlier first use of drugs and earlier onset of heaviest lifetime use of their most frequently used drug. In both studies, respondents with ASPD as well as those with AABS reported earlier first onsets of their substance use disorders than did never-antisocial respondents. Respondents with DUDs who had ASPD and those who had AABS reported lifetime use of more categories of drugs, and those with ASPD and men with AABS identified more categories of drugs associated with DUD diagnoses, than did those with no lifetime antisocial diagnosis.
To our knowledge, general population prevalences of DSM-III GAD have not been reported. For the other anxiety disorders, however, as was the case with mood disorders, prevalences reported by Black, Baumgard, and Bell (1995) among men with lifetime DSM-III ASPD are substantially greater than those of DSM-III anxiety disorders observed in the ECA (cf. Eaton, Dryman, & Weissman, 1991; Helzer, L. N. , 1984; L. N. , 1984). 5 for women (L. N. , 1994). As noted previously, Boyd et al. 7. Using more current diagnostic criteria, Grant, Hasin, Stinson, Dawson, Chou, et al.