July 1996


Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1996;53(7):576. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1996.01830070018005

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Error in Figure and Text. In the article titled "The Obsessive-Compulsive Drinking Scale: A New Method of Assessing Outcome in Alcoholism Treatment Studies," published in the March Archives (1996;53:225-231), the symbols used in Figure 3 were incorrect. Figure 3 is reprinted correctly here. In addition, on page 230, in Figure 5, the label on the x-axis should have read as follows: "OCDS Compulsive Subscale." We regret these errors.

Error in Figure and Text. Abstinent (n=20) 'Slip' Drinking (n=13) Relapse Drinking (n=8) Baseline 1 Figure 3.Obsessive-Compulsive Drinking Scale (OCDS) total scores in 3 drinking outcome groups during a 12-week treatment period. The data are plotted with the use of the last point carry forward substitution for missing data. Asterisk indicates P<.05 for the abstinent group vs the slip and relapse groups (Student-Newman-Keuls multiple-group comparisons); dagger, all groups differ from each other at P<.05.

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