AODUArbitrary Optical Densitometry Units
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KEY WORDS: young adult; young adulthood; undergraduate student; drinking behavior; AOD (alcohol and other drug) use, abuse and dependence; heavy drinking; AOD use pattern; causes of AODU (alcohol and other drug use); AOD effects and consequences; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) interpersonal and societal problems; intervention; prevention; social costs and benefits of AOD; social behavior; perception of norms
KEY WORDS: young adult; adolescent; heavy drinking; alcohol use disorder; brain function; AODR (alcohol and other drug related) structural brain damage; AODR neuropsychological disorder; cognitive development; cognitive ability; cognitive and memory disorder; risk factors; sensitization; causes of AODU (alcohol and other drug use); family AODU history; gender differences; AOD use pattern; age of AODU onset; comorbidity
KEY WORDS: adolescent; young adult; age of onset; AOD (alcohol and other drug) use initiation; AOD use pattern; genetic theory of AODU (alcohol and other drug use); hereditary factors; environmental factors; hereditary vs.
KEY WORDS: military; military personnel; young adult; heavy drinking; binge drinking; causes of AODU (alcohol and other drug use); AODU susceptibility; work-related AOD issue; cultural patterns of drinking; AOD availability; workplace-based prevention; prevention of problematic AODU; targeted prevention; prevention campaign; alcoholic beverage distribution laws; expectancy; personal responsibility; health promotion
KEY WORDS: young adult; adolescents; AOD (alcohol and other drug) consumption; AOD use frequency; AOD intake per occasion; AOD use pattern; age of AODU (alcohol and other drug use) onset; heavy drinking; AOD abstinence; factors determining AOD demand; AOD effects and consequences; international AODR (alcohol and other drug related) problems; international aspects; ethnic differences; cultural patterns of drinking; gender differences; minimum drinking age laws; prevention through decreasing availability and accessibility; World Health Organization (WHO); European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs (ESPAD)