Twelve Month Follow-Up of Hospitalized Alcoholics Given Self-Confrontation Experiences by Videotape
Alcoholics, Hospitalization, Follow-Up Studies, Drinking Behavior, Videotape Recording
A 12-month posthospitalization follow-up of alcoholics who, while sober, had viewed their own drunken comportment by videotape replay found no difference in social functioning or drinking behavior as compared with a control group equivalent in every respect except for exposure to the self-confrontation experience.
Schaefer, H. H.,
Sobell, M. B.,
Sobell, L. C.
(1972). Twelve Month Follow-Up of Hospitalized Alcoholics Given Self-Confrontation Experiences by Videotape. Behavior Therapy, 3(2), 283-285.
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