Longitudinal effects of age at onset and first drinking situations on problem drinking.

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The purpose of this study was to describe aspects of the first alcohol-use experience, and examine the predictive relations among age of first use, context of alcohol use initiation, and problem drinking with and without controls for psychosocial risk factors. Data were from the Rutgers Health and Human Development Project, a five-wave, prospective study of… (More)

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@article{Warner2003LongitudinalEO, title={Longitudinal effects of age at onset and first drinking situations on problem drinking.}, author={Lynn Alice Warner and Helene Raskin White}, journal={Substance use & misuse}, year={2003}, volume={38 14}, pages={1983-2016} }