Exposure to drinking mediates the association between parental alcohol use and preteen alcohol use
Date of Archiving2020
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SW OZ BSI OGG
Key wordsAlcohol use; Parenting; Alcohol use exposure; Preteen alcohol use;
In short the current study exists of a three-year longitudinal study, involving multiple data acquisition waves among multiple informants, i.e., adolescents and their mothers. Questionnaires were produced in Qualtrics for both. Starting in May 2015 (cohort 1) and November 2015 (cohort 2), over a period of 36 months, young adolescents are asked to complete questionnaires every six months (seven times in total) and the mothers are asked to complete questionnaires online annually (four times in total). For this specific study, we used data of the baseline questionnaire from 765 families. Specifically, 755 preteens (45.6% boys, Mage=11.27,SD=0.56) and 755 mothers (98.7%, Mage=42.57, SD=4.66), who also reported on the alcohol use of 709 fathers, completed the administered questionnaires.Preteens reported lifetime alcohol use and parental alcohol use exposure. Mothers reported on alcohol use for both parents. Structural Equation Modelling was used to assess direct and mediated paths between parental alcohol use, preteen's exposure to alcohol use and preteen alcohol use in one model.
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