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McLaughlin, Aisling and O'Neill, Tara and McCarten, Claire and Percy, Andy and McCann, Mark and Perra, Oliver and Higgins, Kathryn (2016) Parental alcohol use and resilience in young people in Northern Ireland: a study of family, peer & school processes. Belfast: HSC Research and Development Division, Public Health Agency.

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Problem drinkers are those at risk of problems (e.g. being unable to carry out normal activities) or accidents (e.g. injuries) as a result of drinking too much. Problem drinking can range from moderate and binge drinking to those who abuse and are dependent on alcohol. We carried out this study to find out what impact problem drinking by parents has on their children’s outcomes during adolescence and early adulthood.

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