Alcohol and violence : the nature of the relationship and the promise of prevention /
"Many people have experienced or witnessed situations in which people drinking alcohol get aggressive, obnoxious, and violent. Scientific research has shown evidence of a relationship between alcohol and violence, and even evidence that alcohol plays a role in causing violent and aggressive response...
|Main Author:||Parker, Robert Nash.|
|Other Authors:||McCaffree, Kevin J., 1985-|
Lanham, Md. :
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