Parenting strategies for reducing adolescent alcohol use: a Delphi consensus study
- Adolescent Alcohol Use: Protective and Predictive Parent, Peer, and Self-Related Factors. Handren, Lindsay; Donaldson, Candice; Crano, William // Prevention Science;Oct2016, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p862
Adolescent alcohol use has been linked with a multitude of problems and a trajectory predictive of problematic use in adulthood. Thus, targeting factors that enhance early prevention efforts is vital. The current study highlights variables that mitigate or predict alcohol use and heavy episodic...
- Quality of Parent-Child Relationship, Family Conflict, Peer Pressure, and Drinking Behaviors of Adolescents in an Asian Context: The Case of Singapore. Choo, Hyekyung; Shek, Daniel // Social Indicators Research;Feb2013, Vol. 110 Issue 3, p1141
Analyzing data from a probability sample representative of secondary school students in Singapore (N = 1,599), this study examined the independent impact between the quality of mother-child relationship, the quality of father-child relationship and family conflict on the frequency of drinking...
- Peer Pressure Protection. Meyerhoff, Michael K. // Pediatrics for Parents;1999, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p8
Discusses how parents can protect their teenage children from peer pressure.
- "Inside City Hall" // Munday Courier (TX);4/9/2008, Vol. 35 Issue 18, p5
The article comments on various issues relevant to peer pressure and parenting for teenagers in the U.S.
- Web-based interventions to decrease alcohol use in adolescents: a Delphi study about increasing effectiveness and reducing drop-out. Jander, Astrid; Crutzen, Rik; Mercken, Liesbeth; De Vries, Hein // BMC Public Health;2015, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Background: Web-based computer-tailored (CT) interventions have a high potential to reach a large number of people and effectively change health risk behaviors and their determinants. However, effect studies show small and variable effect sizes, and these interventions also suffer from high...
- MODELLING ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION DURING ADOLESCENCE USING ZERO INFLATED NEGATIVE BINOMIAL AND DECISION TREES. Gervilla, Elena; Cajal, Berta; Roca, Joan; Palmer, Alfonso // European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context;Jul2010, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p145
Alcohol is currently the most consumed substance among the Spanish adolescent population. Some of the variables that bear an influence on this consumption include ease of access, use of alcohol by friends and some personality factors. The aim of this study was to analyze and quantify the...
- Old friends and new friends: Their presence at substance-use initiation. Kiesner, Jeff; Fassetta, Erica // International Journal of Behavioral Development;Jul2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p299
This study was conducted to test whether the presence of new friends at moments of substance-use initiation differs across substances, and whether individuals tend to initiate substance use, across different substances, either with a new friend or with an old friend. Participants were 419...
- PEER EFFECTS, UNOBSERVED FACTORS AND RISK BEHAVIOURS IN ADOLESCENCE. DUARTE, ROSA; ESCARIO, JOSE JULIÁN; MOLINA, JOSÉ ALBERTO // Revista de EconomÃa Aplicada;2011, Vol. 19 Issue 55, p125
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- Adolescent Peer Choice and Cigarette Smoking: Evidence of Active Geneâ€“Environment Correlation? Wills, Amanda G.; Carey, Gregory // Twin Research & Human Genetics;Oct2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p970
Both peer groups and genetics have been associated with adolescent smoking behavior. Recently, Loehlin (Loehlin, J. C. (2010). Is there an active geneâ€“environment correlation in adolescent drinking behavior? Behavior Genetics, 40, 447â€“451) reported that twin differences in alcohol...