Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

Differential relationships of family drinking with alcohol expectancy among urban school children

Freitag 11. Februar 2011 von htm

Positive alcohol outcome expectancy has consistently been linked with problematic drinking, but there is little population-based evidence on its role on early stages of drinking in childhood. The present study seeks to understand the extent to which drinking of family members is differentially associated with the endorsement of alcohol expectancy in late childhood.
Conclusions: Individual tailored strategies that address family influences on alcohol expectancy may be needed in prevention programs targeting drinking behaviors in children. (Source: BMC Public Health 2011, 8 February 2011)

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