Longitudinal study of modifiable influences for the development of harmful young adult alcohol use and related-problems. [ 2010 - 2015 ]

Also known as: Modifiable influences in the development of harmful young adult alcohol use

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof John Toumbourou (Principal investigator) ,  Dr Tracy Evans-Whipp Prof Richard Catalano Prof Sheryl Hemphill Prof Todd Herrenkohl

Brief description Young adulthood is a time of high vulnerability for alcohol use problems that are the major preventable contributor to death and injury in this age period. This 5-year project will identify modifiable influences in adolescence and young adulthood that contribute to harmful alcohol use. A cohort of almost 3,000 young people initially recruited in Victoria in 2002 (aged 11 to 15) will be followed for two further waves of data collection in 2010-11 (age 19 to 23) and 2012-13 (age 21 to 25).

Funding Amount $AUD 1,484,496.18

Funding Scheme NHMRC Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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