Peers, parents and alcohol consumption in adolescence
Adolescents are consuming alcohol at risky levels at younger ages and more frequently than preceding generations. As a result they are being exposed to increased risk of long-term health problems, possible neurological damage, violence and even death. Research currently indicates that peers have significant influence on consumption patterns, particularly through perceived norms of alcohol related behaviour. Considerable resources have been invested in developing interventions based on these...[Show more]
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