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Using a full cross-lagged model, this study investigates the extent to which drinking motives predict alcohol use and related consequences, and vice versa. At baseline and 15 months later, 4,575 men (mean age = 19.4) in Switzerland completed a questionnaire assessing drinking motives, average weekly consumption, risky single-occasion drinking, and alcohol-related consequences. Results indicated that social and enhancement motives more strongly influenced alcohol use over time than the other waydoi:10.1080/08964289.2016.1157057 pmid:26959722 fatcat:lfha7c3ek5ftbnpwgjo27dz3vi