Parental alcoholism and co-occurring antisocial behavior: prospective relationships to externalizing behavior problems in their young sons.

@article{Loukas2001ParentalAA,
  title={Parental alcoholism and co-occurring antisocial behavior: prospective relationships to externalizing behavior problems in their young sons.},
  author={Alexandra Loukas and Hiram E. Fitzgerald and Robert A. Zucker and Alexander von Eye},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={91-106}
}
The hypothesis that parental alcoholism and co-occurring antisocial behavior would be indirectly linked to child externalizing behavior problems through child lack of control, current levels of parent depression, family conflict, and parent-child conflict was tested using manifest variable regression analysis. Participants were a community sample of 125… CONTINUE READING