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Comparing media and family predictors of alcohol use: a cohort study of US adolescents

By Mike Stoolmiller, Thomas A Wills, Auden C McClure, Susanne E Tanski, Keilah A Worth, Meg Gerrard and James D Sargent
Topics: Paediatrics
Publisher: BMJ Group
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3289988
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