# Correlational findings

## Study Ventegodt (1996): study DK 1993

Public
31-33 aged, Denmark 1993, born in University Hospital in Copenhagen
Sample
Respondents
N = 4611
Non Response
39%
Assessment
Questionnaire: Paper & Pencil Interview (PAPI)
Mailed questionnaire

## Correlate

Authors's Label
alcohol consumption and health
Our Classification
Remarks
the correlations and M's do give only the relation between alcohol consumption and health based on the question: "How much beer, wine and liquor did you drink totally during the last weekday(Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday)? -ordinary beer (number of bottles) -strong beer (number of bottles) -red or white wine (number of glasses) -dessert wine (number of glasses) -liquor(number of drinks)"
Distribution
N:   All:3660;   %:1:26,8;   2:12,1;   3:11,9;   4:16,3;   5:16,7;   6:11,2;   7:3,9;   8:1,0
Operationalization
number of drinks consumed last week
1: 0 drinks
2: 1-2 drinks
3: 3-4 drinks
4: 5-8 drinks
5: 9-16 drinks
6: 17-32 drinks
7: 33-64 drinks
8 > 64 drinks

## Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-AOL-m-sq-v-5-a = +,01 ns 1: Ms=7.50
2: Ms=7.78
3: Ms=7.91
4: Ms=7.83
5: Ms=7.96
6: Ms=7.65
7: Ms=7.33
8: Ms=6.21
O-SLu-c-sq-v-5-e = -.04 p < .03 1: Ms=7.63
2: Ms=7.88
3: Ms=7.79
4: Ms=7.73
5: Ms=7.78
6: Ms=7.60
7: Ms=6.70
8: Ms=6.69
O-HL-c-sq-v-5-ha = +.02 ns 1: Ms=7.51
2: Ms=7.84
3: Ms=8.01
4: Ms=7.91
5: Ms=7.88
6: Ms=7.69
7: Ms=7.41
8: Ms=6.83