Olet täälläEtusivu Adolescence


Problem drinking and psychological well-being: a five-year follow-up study from adolescence to young adulthood


The psychological well-being of 651 Finnish adolescents (approximately age 17) was followed to young adulthood (age 22) and examined in terms of their drinking styles at age 22. The comparsion of the drinking style categories revealed that future problem drinkers had lower states of psychological well-being already in adolescence.

Genetic and environmental influences on the age of onset and continuation of smoking and drinking


Substance use and misuse present major public health problems for essentially all societies worldwide.