Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years.

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Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years. / Andersen, Anette; Holstein, Bjørn E; Due, Pernille.

In: Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 36, No. 3, 2008, p. 326-9.

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Andersen, A, Holstein, BE & Due, P 2008, 'Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years.', Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 326-9. https://doi.org/10.1177/1403494807086975

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Andersen, A., Holstein, B. E., & Due, P. (2008). Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 36(3), 326-9. https://doi.org/10.1177/1403494807086975

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Andersen A, Holstein BE, Due P. Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 2008;36(3):326-9. https://doi.org/10.1177/1403494807086975

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Andersen, Anette ; Holstein, Bjørn E ; Due, Pernille. / Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years. In: Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 2008 ; Vol. 36, No. 3. pp. 326-9.

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title = "Large-scale alcohol use and socioeconomic position of origin: longitudinal study from ages 15 to 19 years.",
abstract = "AIM: To examine socioeconomic position (SEP) of origin as predictor of large-scale alcohol use in adolescence. METHODS: The study population was a random sample of 15-year-olds at baseline (n=843) with a first follow-up 4 years later (n=729). Excess alcohol intake was assessed by consumption last weekend, dichotomized at 14 drinks. RESULTS: The univariate analyses showed no association between SEP at age 15 years and alcohol drinking at age 19 years. The multivariate analyses showed an association between low SEP and excess alcohol drinking among boys (odds ratio=1.76). CONCLUSIONS: This longitudinal study found a weak association between low family SEP at age 15 years and excess alcohol drinking at age 19 years, but the association was not significant.",
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N2 - AIM: To examine socioeconomic position (SEP) of origin as predictor of large-scale alcohol use in adolescence. METHODS: The study population was a random sample of 15-year-olds at baseline (n=843) with a first follow-up 4 years later (n=729). Excess alcohol intake was assessed by consumption last weekend, dichotomized at 14 drinks. RESULTS: The univariate analyses showed no association between SEP at age 15 years and alcohol drinking at age 19 years. The multivariate analyses showed an association between low SEP and excess alcohol drinking among boys (odds ratio=1.76). CONCLUSIONS: This longitudinal study found a weak association between low family SEP at age 15 years and excess alcohol drinking at age 19 years, but the association was not significant.

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