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Alcohol-Specific Parenting in a High-Risk Sample: Measurement, Determinants, and Association with Nondrinking Adolescents' Attitudes about Alcohol Use

Abstract Research shows that general parenting practices (e.g., support and discipline), influence adolescent substance use. However, socialization theory suggests that parental socialization occurs not only through general parenting practices, but also through parents' attempts to influence specific behaviors and values. A growing literature supports links between substance-specific parenting and adolescent substance use. For adolescent alcohol use, there are considerable limitations and gaps within this literature. To address these limitations, the present study examined the factor structure of alcohol-specific parenting, investigated the determinants of alcohol-specific parenting, and explored its association with nondrinking adolescents'... (more)
Created Date 2012
Contributor Handley, Elizabeth D. (Author) / Chassin, Laurie (Advisor) / Mackinnon, David (Committee member) / Crnic, Keith (Committee member) / Sandler, Irwin (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Clinical psychology
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 130 pages
Language English
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Note Ph.D. Psychology 2012
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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