Parental supply of alcohol to children: Associations with early adult health – “binge” drinking, alcohol-related harms, aggression, and Alcohol Use Disorders [ 2018 - 2022 ]

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Researchers: Prof Richard Mattick (Principal investigator) ,  A/Pr Raimondo Bruno A/Pr John Horwood Prof Jackob Najman Dr Monika Wadolowski
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Brief description We will investigate of the impacts of parental supply of alcohol between 13-18 years, on early adult alcohol use (19-23 years). We will follow an existing cohort of ~1,810 parent-child dyads, and assess the development of alcohol use, disorders, harms and aggression. We will investigate the impacts of: parental supply of sips vs drinks; supervised vs unsupervised supply; and modifying effects of contexts of supply and mediators (such as peer, child factors, etc.) controlling for confounders.

Funding Amount $AUD 1,143,477.86

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