Highly cited articles
Alcohol & Alcoholism is a leading academic journal, publishing papers on biomedical, psychological, and sociological aspects of alcoholism and alcohol research.
We have collated the top 10 most highly cited papers from 2015 and 2016, showcasing the top quality research published in the journal. All papers are freely available to read online until the 31st of May 2017.
People with Alcohol Use Disorders in Specialized Care in Eight Different European Countries
By Jürgen Rehm, Allaman Allamani, Henri-Jean Aubin, et al.
Underage Access to Online Alcohol Marketing Content: A YouTube Case Study
By Adam E Barry, Emily Johnson, Alexander Rabre, et al.
Age, Period and Cohort Effects on Time Trends in Alcohol Consumption in the Swedish Adult Population 1979–2011
By Ludwig Kraus, Mimmi Eriksson Tinghög, Annette Lindell, et al.
Assessing and Treating Alcohol Relapse Risk in Liver Transplantation Candidates
By G. Dom, M. Wojnar, C.L. Crunelle, et al.
The Relationship Between Population-Level Exposure to Alcohol Advertising on Television and Brand-Specific Consumption Among Underage Youth in the US
By Craig S. Ross, Emily Maple, Michael Siegel, et al.
Potential Contributions of the Tobacco Nicotine-Derived Nitrosamine Ketone (NNK) in the Pathogenesis of Steatohepatitis in a Chronic Plus Binge Rat Model of Alcoholic Liver Disease
By Valerie Zabala, Ming Tong, Rosa Yu, et al.
Professional's Attitudes Do Not Influence Screening and Brief Interventions Rates for Hazardous and Harmful Drinkers: Results from ODHIN Study
By Preben Bendtsen, Peter Anderson, Marcin Wojnar, et al.
Alcohol Control Policies in 46 African Countries: Opportunities for Improvement
By Carina Ferreira-Borges, Marissa B. Esser, Sónia Dias, Thomas Babor, and Charles D.H. Parry.
Phosphatidylethanol Compared with Other Blood Tests as a Biomarker of Moderate Alcohol Consumption in Healthy Volunteers: A Prospective Randomized Study
By Stergios Kechagias, Dženeta Nezirević Dernroth, Anders Blomgren, et al.
A Comparison Between Serum Carbohydrate-Deficient Transferrin and Hair Ethyl Glucuronide in Detecting Chronic Alcohol Consumption in Routine
By Vincenza Bianchi, Simone Premaschi, Alessia Raspagni, Serena Secco, and Matteo Vidali