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Incipient Alcohol Use in Childhood: Early Alcohol Sipping and its Relations with Psychopathology and Personality – Corrigendum

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 October 2020

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In Watts et al. (Reference Watts, Wood, Jackson, Lisdahl, Heitzeg, Gonzalez and Sher2020), the following text incorrectly referred to a subset of children who had sipped alcohol, whereas the descriptive statistics presented pertain to the overall sample:

Sippers reported an average of 1.11 sipping occasions overall (SD = 11.72, range 0 to 777 for religious sipping, range 0 to 198 for nonreligious sipping), and an average of .48 nonreligious sipping occasions (SD = 3.35).

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Overall, children reported an average of 1.11 sipping occasions overall (SD = 11.72, range 0 to 777 for religious sipping, range 0 to 198 for nonreligious sipping), and an average of .48 nonreligious sipping occasions (SD = 3.35).


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Watts, A., Wood, P., Jackson, K., Lisdahl, K., Heitzeg, M., Gonzalez, R., … Sher, K.Incipient alcohol use in childhood: Early alcohol sipping and its relations with psychopathology and personality. Development and Psychopathology. Published online 11 June 2020. doi:10.1017/S0954579420000541CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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