The SSA’s reading lists provide a starting point for people interested in a specific area. The following features, articles and research papers all come under the umbrella of ‘Alcohol and Relationships’, which is the theme for Alcohol Awareness Week 2021

  1. The role of the family in alcohol use disorder recovery for adults. By Barbara S. McCrady and colleague. Published in Alcohol Research (2021).
  2. Parental monitoring, individual dispositions, and alcohol use disorder: a longitudinal study with young Swiss men. By Jimena Sobrino-Piazza and colleagues. Published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2021).
  3. Understanding the progression from early alcohol use experimentation to alcohol use disorder: testing vulnerability by experience interactions using a two-part latent growth curve model. By Matthew D. Scalco and colleagues. Published in Research on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology (2021).
  4. Children with problem drinking parents in Sweden: prevalence and risk of adverse consequences in a national cohort born in 2001. By Mats Ramstedt and colleagues. Published in the Drug and Alcohol Review (2021).
  5. The impact of alcohol misuse on fathering in Northern Uganda: an ethnographic study of fathers. By Christopher J. Mehus and colleagues. Published in Transcultural Psychiatry (2020).
  6. The influence of parental alcoholism on parent–adolescent relationships from adolescence into emerging adulthood: a qualitative inquiry. By Sarah E. Bickelhaupt and colleagues. Published in Emerging Adulthood (2019).
  7. “I feel it in my heart when my parents fight”: experiences of 7–9-year-old children of alcoholics. By Agneta Tinnfält and colleagues. Published in Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal (2018).
  8. Romantic relationships and alcohol use: a long-term, developmental perspective. By Amy J. Rauer and colleagues. Published in Development and Psychopathology (2016).
  9. “That’s cool, you’re a musician and you drink”: exploring entertainers’ accounts of their unique workplace relationship with alcohol. By Alasdair J.M. Forsyth and colleagues. Published in the International Journal of Drug Policy (2016).
  10. European longitudinal study on the relationship between adolescents’ alcohol marketing exposure and alcohol use. By Avalon de Bruijn and colleagues. Published in Addiction (2016).
  11. Alcohol segment-specific associations between the quality of the parent–child relationship and adolescent alcohol use. By Jolanda J.P. Mathijssen and colleagues. Published in BMC Public Health (2014).
  12. Perceptions of partners’ problematic alcohol use affect relationship outcomes beyond partner self-reported drinking: alcohol use in committed romantic relationships. By L.M. Rodriguez and colleagues. Published in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (2013).
  13. “Let’s get drunk and have sex”: the complex relationship of alcohol, gender, and sexual victimization. By Amanda D. Cowley. Published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2013).
  14. Developmental alcohol-specific parenting profiles in adolescence and their relationships with adolescents’ alcohol use. By Ina M. Koning and colleagues. Published in Empirical Research (2012).
  15. Alcohol may not cause partner violence but it seems to make it worse: a cross national comparison of the relationship between alcohol and severity of partner violence. By Kathryn Graham and colleagues. Published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence (2010).
  16. Family structure, parent-child relationships, and alcohol and other drug use among teenagers in France and the United Kingdom. By Sylvie Ledoux and colleagues. Published in Alcohol and Alcoholism (2002).

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