Psychologists have discovered a new genetic link between impulsivity and teenage binge-drinking.
Scientists have identified the KALRN gene in a search to determine factors at play in underage alcohol abuse.
Read more about Genes responsible for alcohol abuse in teens identified on Business Standard. Researchers have identified a specific gene that links impulsive behaviour to binge drinking in teenagers and has also been associated with other impulsivity-related disorders like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Researchers in England believe they have identified a gene linked to impulsive behavior in teenagers.
New research suggests excessive teenage binge-drinking may be influenced, as least in part, by genetics. Alcohol and drug abuse are major health issues that
A specific gene that makes teenagers behave impulsively has been identified and held responsible for causing related problems in them such as binge drinking and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Sussex Uni study has discovered link between biological impulsiveness and sustained drinking