Alcohol

The experience of physiological and psychosocial alcohol-related harms across adolescence and its association with alcohol use disorder in early adulthood: A prospective cohort study

An analysis of trajectories of alcohol-related harms.

NSW Population Health Survey (PHS)

An annual sample of the population of NSW conducted by the NSW Ministry of Health

NSW Population Health Survey (PHS) Analysis Code

R and Stata Analysis Code

Alcohol use among young Australian adults in May‐June 2020 during the COVID‐19 pandemic: a prospective cohort study

Analysis of changes in alcohol use and alcohol-related harms due to the COVID-19 restrictions in the APSALS cohort.

Trajectories of alcohol‐induced blackouts in adolescence: early risk factors and alcohol use disorder outcomes in early adulthood

An analysis of trajectories of blackouts due to alcohol consumption, and factors associated with them.

Adolescent Alcohol Use Trajectories: Risk Factors and Adult Outcomes

An analysis of adolescent alcohol use trajectories and associations with later harm.

Parental supply of sips and whole drinks of alcohol to adolescents and associations with binge drinking and alcohol-related harms: A prospective cohort study

An extension of earlier analyses showing associations between parental supply and later harm, showing that supply of sips is also associated with harm.

The association between parental supply of alcohol and supply from other sources to young people: a prospective cohort

An analysis of the link between parental supply and subsequent supply from other sources.

The overall effect of parental supply of alcohol across adolescence on alcohol‐related harms in early adulthood—a prospective cohort study

An analysis of the joint effect of parental supply of alcohol over adolescence, using targeted maximum likelihood estimation.

Parental supply of alcohol as a predictor of adolescent alcohol consumption patterns: A prospective cohort

An analysis of the association between parental supply of alcohol and drinking pattersn across adolescence.