The variability of drinking patterns and problems among young men, age 16-31: a longitudinal study.

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This paper utilizes a longitudinal design to explore the relationship between problem drinking in adolescence and problem drinking in later life. Specifically, the issues investigated include the degree to which there is a continuity or lack of continuity of involvement in a particular pattern of drinking between adolescence and young adulthood, and an… (More)

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@article{Temple1985TheVO, title={The variability of drinking patterns and problems among young men, age 16-31: a longitudinal study.}, author={Mark T. Temple and Kaye Middleton Fillmore}, journal={The International journal of the addictions}, year={1985}, volume={20 11-12}, pages={1595-620} }