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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Anticipating Problem Drinking Risk From Preschoolers' Antisocial Behavior: Evidence for a Common Delinquency-Related Diathesis Model
Journal of Amer Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: POST AUTHOR CORRECTIONS, 26 June 2009

Early first drinking and delinquent behavior share a common diathesis evident before school entry. Intervention and prevention programs targeting problem drinking risk should focus on dismantling this emergent primarily delinquency-related developmental trajectory.

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