L'utilizzo di alcool in adolescenza tra aspettative e compiti evolutivi

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Abstract

Adolescence can be regarded as a period of transition characterized by developmental tasks and intrapsychic such as interpersonal modifications. These changes are influenced by historical and socio-cultural variables. These several identity changes may represent specific risk and vulnerability factors during adolescence. Adolescents could use a lot of chemical and behavioral regulators (Di Blasi M., 2003) in order to manage development processes, such as alcohol consumption. Our results suggest a relationship between alcohol use, alcohol effect expectancies and social identity. This finding is in line with literature that highlight that expectancies and believes influence drinking behaviors among adolescents.
Lingua originaleItalian
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2011

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