In support of the World Congress on Alcohol and Alcoholism 2016 a selection of articles have been made freely available. These articles follow the themes of the conference, focusing on areas such as baclofen, alcohol-dependence, and alchol-liver research. The collection is free to read until 30th November 2016.
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2015 Impact Factor: 2.724*
Alcohol and Alcoholism's latest Impact Factor is 2.724! Making it 7th in the SI: Substance Abuse category and 9th in the SSI: Substance Abuse category.
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