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Lee, Christine M., J.M. Cronce, S.A. Baldwin, A.M. Fairlie, D.C. Atkins, Megan E. Patrick, Laura Zimmermann, M.E. Larimer, and B.C. Leigh. Forthcoming. "Psychometric Analysis and Validity of the Daily Alcohol-Related Consequences and Evaluations Measure for Young Adults." Psychological Assessment.