Adolescents who have a greater tendency to lie to their parents are also more likely to start using alcohol at an earlier age, while excessive parental supervision may aggravate rather than solve the problem. Both honesty and a lower risk of developing a drinking habit are usually the result of a trusting relationship between a teenager and parents, according to a joint study by New York University and HSE researchers, published at Journal of Adolescence.
Wednesday, December 2
Thursday, December 3
Irina Kozlovtseva to speak on 'Macroprudential Policy Efficiency: Assessment for the Uncollateralized Consumer Loans in Russia'