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Individual differences |
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It is usual in many cultures for parents and other responsible adults to provide alcohol to teenagers to help socialise them in terms of social drinking in family gatherings etc. Such occasional use may be regarded as educational. Problems may develop where the adults are not responsible and where they model increased intake even drunkeness. The children of alcoholics can for example suffer in this way 
Where supervision is absent or neglectful underage drinking, particularly if persistant and/or excessive can bring a number of negative consequences. In this environment peer pressure may lead youngsters encouraging each other to increased experimentation, increased intake and episodes of binge drinking, with reduced levels of cognitive and self control
Physical effects on the bodyEdit