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Table 2 Regression coefficients (standard errors) for the fixed effects from the multilevel models displayed in Figures 1 and 2

From: Life course trajectories of alcohol consumption in the United Kingdom using longitudinal data from nine cohort studies

  Study Intercept age Intercept Age Age 2 Age 3
Men T-07 1970s 15 7.663 (1.481) 3.525 (0.632) −0.295 (0.065) 0.007 (0.002)
  1970 BCS 16 7.748 (0.188) 0.613 (0.018) –– ––
  1958 NCDS 23 23.222 (0.317) −0.850 (0.046) 0.019 (0.002) ––
  1946 NSHD 36 18.467 (0.587) −0.524 (0.062) 0.011 (0.002) ––
  T-07 1950s 33 18.804 (1.052) −0.216 (0.158) 0.004 (0.005) ––
  Whitehall II 35 11.820 (0.338) 0.136 (0.051) 0.001 (0.002) −0.0001 (0.00003)
  CaPS 45 21.429 (0.488) −0.434 (0.020) –– ––
  ELSA 45 26.908 (0.926) −0.871 (0.073) 0.009 (0.001) ––
  T-07 1930s 54 15.018 (0.794) −0.187 (0.051) –– ––
Women T-07 1970s 15 4.665 (0.679) 0.280 (0.132) −0.010 (0.005) ––
  1970 BCS 16 3.235 (0.088) 0.194 (0.008) –– ––
  1958 NCDS 23 6.182 (0.113) −0.178 (0.017) 0.007 (0.001) ––
  1946 NSHD 36 5.065 (0.214) 0.085 (0.026) −0.003 (0.001) ––
  T-07 1950s 33 5.147 (0.407) 0.007 (0.067) 0.0006 (0.002) ––
  Whitehall II 35 4.872 (0.212) 0.113 (0.018) −0.003 (0.0004) ––
  ELSA 45 10.481 (0.352) −0.363 (0.027) 0.004 (0.001) ––
  T-07 1930s 54 3.215 (0.179) −0.025 (0.009) –– ––
  1. Age in years that that age was centred in each model. BCS70, British Birth Cohort; CaPS, Caerphilly Prospective Study; ELSA, English Longitudinal Study of Ageing; NCDS, National Child Development Survey; NSHD, National Survey of Health and Development; T-07, Twenty-07 study.