Journal article

Parents Who Supply Sips of Alcohol in Early Adolescence: A Prospective Study of Risk Factors

Monika Wadolowski, Delyse Hutchinson, Raimondo Bruno, Alexandra Aiken, Jackob M Najman, Kypros Kypri, Tim Slade, Nyanda McBride, Richard P Mattick

PEDIATRICS | AMER ACAD PEDIATRICS | Published : 2016

Abstract

BACKGROUND: Parents are a major supplier of alcohol to adolescents, often initiating use with sips. Despite harms of adolescent alcohol use, research has not addressed the antecedents of such parental supply. This study investigated the prospective associations between familial, parental, peer, and adolescent characteristics on parental supply of sips. METHODS: Participants were 1729 parent-child dyads recruited from Grade 7 classes, as part of the Australian Parental Supply of Alcohol Longitudinal Study. Data are from baseline surveys (Time 1) and 1-year follow-up (Time 2). Unadjusted and adjusted logistic regressions tested prospective associations between Time 1 familial, parental, peer, ..

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Grants

Awarded by Australian Research Council


Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council Principal Research Fellowship


Awarded by National Health and Medical Research Council


Funding Acknowledgements

Supporteded by: a 2010-2014 Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant (DP:1096668) to Prof Mattick, Prof Najman, Prof Kypri, Asst Prof Slade, and Dr Hutchinson; an Australian Rotary Health Mental Health Research grant to Prof Mattick, Dr Wadolowski, Prof Najman, Prof Kypri, Asst Prof Slade, Dr Hutchinson, and Asst Prof Bruno; an Australian Rotary Health Whitcroft Family PhD Scholarship Mental Health Research Companion grant to Dr Wadolowski; a University of New South Wales Australian Postgraduate Award to Dr Wadolowski; a National Health and Medical Research Council Principal Research Fellowship grant to Prof Mattick (APP1045318) and Prof Kypri (GNT0188568, APP1041867); National Health and Medical Research Council project grants to Prof Mattick for the Longitudinal Cohorts Research Consortium (GNT1009381 and GNT1064893); and a Research Innovation grant from the Australian Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education to Prof Mattick, Prof Najman, Prof Kypri, Asst Prof Slade, Dr Hutchinson, Asst Prof Bruno, and Dr Wadolowski. The National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at the University of New South Wales Australia (Dr Wadolowski, Dr Hutchinson, Asst Prof Bruno, Ms Aiken, Asst Prof Slade, and Prof Mattick) is supported by funding from the Australian Government under a Substance Misuse Prevention and Service Improvements grant.