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Gepubliceerd in: Journal of Youth and Adolescence 5/2014

01-05-2014 | Empirical Research

Childhood Predictors and Mid-Adolescent Correlates of Developmental Trajectories of Alcohol Use among Male and Female Youth

Auteurs: Karina Weichold, Margit F. Wiesner, Rainer K. Silbereisen

Gepubliceerd in: Journal of Youth and Adolescence | Uitgave 5/2014

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Abstract

The identification of salient risk factors for alcohol consumption among male and female adolescents is an important topic not only for etiology research but also for designing effective gender-specific alcohol prevention programs for young people. This study examined the extent to which problematic alcohol use trajectories from ages 14 to 18 among male and female youth were related to childhood predictors assessed at age 9 (i.e., impulsivity, academic self-confidence, social problems with peers), socio-demographic variables, and mid-adolescent correlates [i.e., parental use, body mass index (BMI), risky peer context, conduct problems at school, parent–child relationship, somatic complaints]. Data analysis was based on a representative German longitudinal study (1986–1995, n = 1,619, 55 % female). Using growth mixture modeling methodology, associations of childhood predictors and mid-adolescent correlates to distinctive trajectories of alcohol use were examined for males and females separately. For males, a problematic consumption trajectory was associated with poor relationships to parents in adolescence and small community size. For females, low impulsivity during childhood, high BMI, and contact with deviant peers during adolescence predicted problematic as compared to normative alcohol use trajectories. Additionally, high parental alcohol use, low parental educational background, and conduct problems at school during adolescence were common predictors of a problematic alcohol use trajectory in both genders. The results provide insights regarding differences in the gender-typical development of adolescent alcohol use as well as stress the need of gender-specific intervention components along with universal prevention strategies against problematic consumption trajectories.
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Participant loss primarily occurred for two reasons (both a consequence of German unification). First, families moved away from the city of Leipzig from 1990 onward, usually to West Germany (see also Sahner 1996; Statistisches Landesamt des Freistaates Sachsen 2002). Second, the East German school system was restructured in 1990–1991 (Kuhnke 1997).
 
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As of July 1991, the equivalent amounts in USD currency were: the median per capita household income was $344.92 per month (ranging from $57.40 to $1069.54).
 
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According to Pulkkinen (1996), impulsivity is characterized by acting without appropriate reflection, distorted information processing, or inability to maintain attention. In the present study, both cognitive (i.e., cognitive test results) and behavioral (i.e., parent and teacher reports) aspects of impulsivity were assessed (White et al. 1994). All indicators sought to capture features of temperament that are related to problematic use of alcohol among adolescents (see Tarter 2002). Our measure of impulsivity was validated by concurrent parent reports which revealed meaningful associations between high impulsivity on the one hand and perinatal complications and problematic, harsh parenting practices on the other hand (see Weichold 2002, for more information).
 
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As shown in several studies (e.g., Lane et al. 2013; Stoolmiller et al. 2005), predictors may be related to trajectory class membership and/or developmental course over time within a given trajectory group. Both components of prediction have important implications for prevention and intervention efforts. Because the main focus of the current study was on the prediction of trajectory class membership, we applied the described stepwise testing strategy in order to empirically identify the most salient predictors of within-class developmental course and thus minimize model complexity.
 
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We also predicted trajectory group membership using groups with “normative” consumption trajectories (i.e., “late escalators” for males and “increases” for females) as baseline groups. Result tables for these analyses can be obtained from the first author upon request. Briefly summarizing, the key findings for these prediction models were as follows: for males, just one variable was significantly linked to membership in the early peaker group. Older males were more likely to belong to the early peaker group than to the baseline group of late escalators (p < .05). Three variables were significant predictors of membership in the regular user group. Males from larger communities (p < .05) and with highly educated parents (p < .05) were less likely to belong to the regular user group, and males with higher levels of parents’ alcohol use were more likely to belong to the regular user group (p < .01) relative to the baseline group of late escalators. Finally, two variables were significantly associated with membership in the rare user group. Older males were more likely to be in the rare user group (p < .05), and males with more highly educated parents were less likely to belong to the rare user group (p < .05) compared to the baseline group of late escalators. For females, two variables significantly predicted membership in the rare user group. Females with higher impulsivity (p < .05) and from larger communities (p < .05) were more likely to be in the rare user group than in the baseline group of increasers. Two variables were significantly linked to membership in the decreaser group. Females with higher body mass index (p < .05) and with a more risky peer context (p < .01) were more likely to belong to the decreasers compared to the baseline group of increasers. Finally, five variables were significant predictors of regular user group membership. Females with higher levels of impulsivity (p < .05) and higher paternal education (p < .05) were less likely to belong to the regular users than to the baseline group of increasers. Females with higher levels of parents’ alcohol use (p < .01), higher body mass index (p < .01), and a more risky peer context (p < .01) were more likely to be in the regular user group compared to the baseline group of increasers.
 
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Metagegevens
Titel
Childhood Predictors and Mid-Adolescent Correlates of Developmental Trajectories of Alcohol Use among Male and Female Youth
Auteurs
Karina Weichold
Margit F. Wiesner
Rainer K. Silbereisen
Publicatiedatum
01-05-2014
Uitgeverij
Springer US
Gepubliceerd in
Journal of Youth and Adolescence / Uitgave 5/2014
Print ISSN: 0047-2891
Elektronisch ISSN: 1573-6601
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10964-013-0014-6

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