Automatic Processes and the Drinking Behavior in Early Adolescence: A Prospective Study
Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, June 2013
Peeters, Margot, Monshouwer, Karin, Schoot, Rens A. G. J., Janssen, Tim, Vollebergh, Wilma A. M., Wiers, Reinout W.
This study examined the bi-directional prospective link between automatic alcohol-approach tendencies and alcohol use in a group of young adolescents (mean age = 13.6 years). The adolescents in the present study were assumed to be at-risk of early alcohol use and later problem drinking. It was hypothesized that alcohol use and automatic approach tendencies would reinforce one another particularly in the absence of well-developed inhibition skills.
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