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J Stud Alcohol. 1980 Mar;41(3):199-214.

Disrupted family rituals; a factor in the intergenerational transmission of alcoholism.

Abstract

When one or both parents in a family are alcoholics, their children are more likely to become alcoholics if family rituals--surrounding dinner time, evenings, holidays, weekends, vacations and visitors--are disrupted during the period of heaviest parental drinking.

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