Identification of alcohol by smell among preschoolers: evidence for early socialization about drugs occurring in the home.

@article{Noll1990IdentificationOA,
  title={Identification of alcohol by smell among preschoolers: evidence for early socialization about drugs occurring in the home.},
  author={Robert Noll and Robert A. Zucker and G S Greenberg},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1990},
  volume={61 5},
  pages={1520-7}
}
This study tested preschoolers' ability to provide accurate verbal associations to alcoholic beverage odors and whether this ability was related to parental drinking patterns and motivations. Older preschoolers performed better than younger preschoolers; photographic cues improved performance; children who correctly identified a substance by smell had socially appropriate knowledge of the culturally appropriate users of the substance; children reported liking substances that are used mainly by… CONTINUE READING

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