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|Title:||Genetic and environmental influences on the relationship between peer alcohol use and own alcohol use in adolescents.|
van den Bree MB
|Citation:||ADDICTION, 2007, 102 (6), pp. 894-903|
|Abstract:||Genetically influenced aspects of adolescent behaviour can play a role in alcohol use and peer affiliation. We explored the correlations between friends' alcohol use and adolescent own use with a genetically sensitive design.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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