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Longitudinal predictors of alcohol-related harms during the transition to adulthood (Australian Psychologist v. 48 no. 4 Aug 2013)

01 Aug 2013

This article examines the risk factors for alcohol-related harms in young people. Using data from the Australian Temperament Project, for young people aged 19-20 years old, the article identifies predictors among individual characteristics, family environment, and externalising and internalising problems.

Date: 
1 August 2013

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