What did DeWit and colleagues (2000) find regarding their study of 6000 lifetime drinkers who drank at an early age (ages 11-14)?

What did DeWit and colleagues (2000) find regarding their study of 6000 lifetime drinkers who drank at an early age (ages 11-14)?
A)Drinking at an early age resulted in more severe withdrawal symptoms than drinking at later ages.
B)Drinking at an early age seemed to lead to more responsible drinking habits at later ages.
C)Drinking at an early age caused more frequent blackouts than drinking at later ages.
D)Drinking at an early age was predictive of later alcohol-related disorders.


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