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LATEST ARTICLES from AIM DIgest (up to Mar Edition 2019)

Associations between socio-economic factors and alcohol consumption: A population survey of adults in England
Report on street drinking in the London borough of Barking & Dagenham 2018
Risk contagion by peers affects learning and decision- making in adolescents
Social integration and alcohol consumption among older people
Drinking and driving among adults in the United States: Results from the 2012-2013 NESARC-III
Leisure activity participation in relation to alcohol purchasing and consumption in adolescence
Graduate degree completion and associations with alcohol and marijuana use before and after enrollment
Declining alcohol consumption in young people: Identifying and specifying social mechanisms with a pragmatist approach
Investigating associations between caffeinated beverage consumption and later alcohol consumption among early adolescents
Examining the relative impact of overestimation, actual group drinking and perceived campus norms on university students’ heavy alcohol use
Does beverage type preference predict specific alcohol-related consequences among college students
Effects of the social norms intervention ‘The GOOD Life’ on norm perceptions, binge drinking and alcohol-related harms
Abstinence, academic performance, and academic engagement among high school seniors
Sex differences in the association between impulsivity and driving under the influence of alcohol in young adults
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