Authoritative parents better at preventing kids’ binge drinking, study finds

29 Jun 2010 Authoritative parents better at preventing kids’ binge drinking, study finds

Tralee Pearce, Globe and Mail Jun. 24, 2010: Peer influence is known to be a major factor in whether teens binge-drink. But it turns out that parents play a part as well: A Brigham Young University study reveals that those with an authoritative, nurturing style were the least likely to have children who drink heavily. [Read more here.]


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