The Alcohol Studies Database contains records for books, book chapters, journal articles, government documents, conference papers, and dissertations covering biomedical and psychosocial aspects of alcohol use, as well as a growing number of records on other drug use/abuse. The database also includes records for selected popular, educational, and prevention materials such as textbooks, curricula, training manuals, and videotapes. Each entry provides full bibliographic information as well as subject descriptors from the Center of Alcohol Studies' list of controlled subject headings. There are over 80,000 records in the database, representing English language material collected by the Alcohol Studies Library since 1987.
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Earliest record, 1956 - present.
Journals, books, government documents, conference papers, and dissertations; selected textbooks, curricula, training manuals, videotapes.
Type of coverage
Indexing with citations.
Print counterpart or
Vendor/electronic presentation provider