Sipping alcohol is common during early adolescence. However, unlike consumption of whole beverages, having a sip/taste of alcohol often occurs with parents in supervised contexts. Sipping may subsequently have different determinants and outcomes than drinking whole beverages.

Presented at the National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre Annual Symposium, University of New South Wales, NSW, 2014.

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Delyse Hutchinson, Richard P. Mattick, Raimondo Bruno, Alexandra Aiken, Jake Najman, Kypros Kypri, Tim Slade, Nyanda McBride
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14 Sep 2017
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