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Exposure–response relationships between television viewing (white bars) and music video viewing (black bars) and the risk of onset of drinking over 18 months. Exposures are defined in quartiles, from lowest exposure (Q1) to highest exposure (Q4).
Baseline Characteristics of the Study Sample
Associations Between Baseline Hours of Media Use and Onset of Drinking Over the Subsequent 18 Months (Baseline Nondrinkers)
↵* Adjusted for age, sex, ethnicity, and hours of other media use.
P < .05.
P < .0001.
Associations Between Baseline Hours of Media Use and Maintenance of Drinking Over the Subsequent 18 Months (Baseline Drinkers)
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