Drug Use Can be Predicted in 3-to-5 Year Old Kids
By looking at measurements of "behavioral control" and “resiliency,” scientists believe they can predict how likely a child is to become a drug or alcohol abuser. That’s what a new study funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism suggests.
An anecdote from the study: Young Jim Ignatowski, who later popularized drug and alcohol use as a character on Taxi, spent the forth year of his life trying to fill his penis hole with glue. This perseverance made him an excellent addict.