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Heavy episodic drinking among Croatian adolescents


Pejnović Franelić, Iva; Muslić, Ljiljana; Markelić, Martina; Rojnić Palavra, Irena; Musić Milanović, Sanja; Pavić Šimetin, Ivana; Mayer, Dijana; Kuzman, Marina
Heavy episodic drinking among Croatian adolescents // Mental Wellbeing of Children and Youth – a shared responsibility-ABSTRACT BOOK
Tallinn, Estonia, 2015. str. 53-53 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


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Naslov
Heavy episodic drinking among Croatian adolescents

Autori
Pejnović Franelić, Iva ; Muslić, Ljiljana ; Markelić, Martina ; Rojnić Palavra, Irena ; Musić Milanović, Sanja ; Pavić Šimetin, Ivana ; Mayer, Dijana ; Kuzman, Marina

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Izvornik
Mental Wellbeing of Children and Youth – a shared responsibility-ABSTRACT BOOK / - , 2015, 53-53

Skup
Mental Wellbeing of Children and Youth – a shared responsibility

Mjesto i datum
Tallinn, Estonia, 4-5.06.2015

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
heavy episodic, drinking, adolescents

Sažetak
Background: Drinking five or more drinks in one occasion, especially in adolescents is harmful pattern of alcohol consumption.. According to ESPAD 2011 survey data the proportion of pupils reported heavy episodic drinking during the past 30 days in Croatia is above ESPAD average Methods: Data collected as part of ESPAD 2011, 6143 (3086 m and 3057 f) 15 -16 years old. Binary logistic regression was conducted to analyse the association between heavy episodic drinking in the last 30 days and thirteen independent variables. Results: The model as a whole explained 9, 2% (Cox and Snell R Square) and 12, 3% (Nagelkerke R Squared) of the heavy episodic drinking status variance, and correctly classified 63, 8% cases. Nine of thirteen independent variables made unique statistically contribution to the model. The strongest predictor of reporting heavy episodic drinking at least once a month was school performance. Boys who had poor school performance were over 1.5 more likely to engage in heavy episodic drinking at least once a month, controlling for all other factors in the model. Boys with perceived lower family material status, poorer mother and farther relationship, better relationship with friends and less parental control related to spending time in the evenings, who express having more depresive symptoms were 1.0 times more likely to report heavy episodic drinking at least once a month. Conclusion: Considering the limitations of presented model the paper argues about factors related to heavy episodic drinking. Examining factors could contribute to prevention and health promotion.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Pejnović Franelić, Iva; Muslić, Ljiljana; Markelić, Martina; Rojnić Palavra, Irena; Musić Milanović, Sanja; Pavić Šimetin, Ivana; Mayer, Dijana; Kuzman, Marina
Heavy episodic drinking among Croatian adolescents // Mental Wellbeing of Children and Youth – a shared responsibility-ABSTRACT BOOK
Tallinn, Estonia, 2015. str. 53-53 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)
Pejnović Franelić, I., Muslić, L., Markelić, M., Rojnić Palavra, I., Musić Milanović, S., Pavić Šimetin, I., Mayer, D. & Kuzman, M. (2015) Heavy episodic drinking among Croatian adolescents. U: Mental Wellbeing of Children and Youth – a shared responsibility-ABSTRACT BOOK.
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