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The use of screening questionnaires to detect early problem drinking has been stimulated by the development of the AUDIT (Alcohol-Use Disorders Identification Test). A comparison of a computerized version of the test and its paper and pencil original was conducted on 110 consecutive attenders at an alcoholism day-treatment facility. The findings suggest that the computer version is as acceptable as the paper and pencil one and that scores on the two formats are comparable.doi:10.1093/alcalc/34.6.882 pmid:10659724 fatcat:4ycvo2wg5bcnfbwuydenl5m374