Do young people with comorbid mental and alcohol disorders experience worse behavioural problems?

@article{Salom2014DoYP,
  title={Do young people with comorbid mental and alcohol disorders experience worse behavioural problems?},
  author={Caroline L Salom and Kim Steven Betts and G Councillor Mike Williams and Jackob Moses Najman and Rosa Alati},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={219},
  pages={372-379}
}
This article examines whether young individuals in the general population with comorbid alcohol use and mental health disorders experience worse internalizing and externalizing behaviour problems than those with single disorders. A large cohort of women at the Mater Misericordiae Hospital in Brisbane, Australia, was enroled during pregnancy in a longitudinal study. Mother/offspring dyads were followed over 21 years. At age 21, offspring behaviour problems were examined using the Young Adult… CONTINUE READING
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