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Table 5 Spearman intercorrelations of symptoms of alcohol dependence and alcohol consumption characteristics, gender and demographics in urban and remote/regional settings for the Grog Survey App in a stratified sample (n = 206 drinkers)

From: Patterns of drinking in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as self-reported on the Grog Survey App: a stratified sample

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1. Loss of control       
2. Time spent 0.55*      
3. Tremor 0.61* 0.57*     
4. Drinking frequency 0.32* 0.31* 0.28*    
5. Drinks per occasion 0.23* 0.26* 0.30* 0.18*   
6. Average drinks per day 0.35* 0.34* 0.38* 0.81* 0.68*  
7. Male 0.07 0.13 0.21* 0.21* 0.21* 0.30*
8. Remote 0.18* 0.12 0.19* 0.10 0.06 0.10 0.16*
  1. Note: * p < 0.05; Loss of control = diminished control over drinking; Time spent = spending too much time drinking; Tremor = withdrawal tremor; Drinking frequency = number of drinking occasions per month; Drinks per occasion = number of standard drinks per drinking occasion; Average drinks per day = average number of standard drinks per day; Male = binary, participant is male; Remote = binary, participant is from a remote or regional area; Male and Remote were coded as dummy variables, to find the values for females, and urban areas, these correlations can be multiplied by −1