Cohort effects on gender differences in alcohol use in the United States: How much is explained by changing attitudes towards women and gendered roles?
Gender differences in binge drinking have converged in recent cohorts, due in part to faster decreases in consumption among boys in adolescence, and faster increases in consumption among women in young to middle adulthood. Changes in education and occupation explain a portion, but not all, of these...
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