Parental supply of alcohol to children: Associations with early adult health – “binge” drinking, alcohol-related harms, aggression, and Alcohol Use Disorders

  • Wadolowski, Monika (Primary Chief Investigator)
  • Mattick, Richard (Chief Investigator)
  • Kypri, Kypros (Chief Investigator)
  • Horwood, L. John (Chief Investigator)
  • Bruno, Raimondo (Chief Investigator)
  • McCambridge, Jim (Chief Investigator)
  • Peacock, Amy (Chief Investigator)
  • Najman, Jackob M. (Chief Investigator)
  • Aiken, Alexandra (Chief Investigator)
  • Degenhardt, Louisa (Chief Investigator)
  • Clare, Philip J. (Primary Chief Investigator)
  • Dobbins, Timothy A. (Primary Chief Investigator)

Project: Research

Project Details


AIMS/HYPOTHESES: We aim to examine two main hypotheses in this existing cohort, that:
1. Parental supply of alcohol before 18-years-of-age will have unadjusted associations with early adult adverse outcomes at 20-23-years (bingeing, Alcohol Use Disorders, harms, aggression);
2. Once confounders (parental, familial, child, and peer variables) are adjusted for, exposure to parental supply before 18-years-of-age will continue to have a strong association and dose-response relationship with these four early adult adverse outcomes.
AcronymNHMRC - PG
Effective start/end date1/01/1831/12/22