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Pennay, A., Holmes, J., Törrönen, J., Livingston, M., Kraus, L., & Room, R.
Piontek, D. & Kraus, L.
Journal Sucht 62(5), Open Access (in german)
A total of 22.6% of 16-year-old students in Europe gambled in the past year. High prevalence variability was observed throughout countries both for mode and types of game
Participants: A total of 223 814 male and 211 712 female 15–16-year-old students in five waves of the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD) from 28 countries between 1999 and 2015
Cross-sectional data collectedin four detoxification wards in Germany was analysed with a focus on patients‘ role preferences in decision-making processes
Higher age and educational level associated with lower consumption of NPS and methamphetamine; smoking and cannabis use associated with higher consumption
Respondents answered questions regarding awareness of the link between alcohol and cancer and support for 21 policy proposals
Adolescents per capita consumption was positively and a ban of public drinking was negatively associated with drinking volume of adolescents in Europe
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