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in my world; gluing and nailing into the studs is enough

also, I would go a step further and paint the panels with
the same door and trim paint for additional moisture protection.

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I personally like most of the PL (Pro-Line) adhesives.
just keep in mind that once you use any kind of adhesive
on drywall - removing the item glued down will most often result
in replacing the drywall. (or at least a major repair).
assuming you are going to put some kind of band on the top
of the beadboard will give you extra holding power.
caulking the joining seams before paint will give that professional look.
also caulking the top of the baseboard will prevent moisture
from leaking down between the beadboard and baseboard.
I don't know how big your bathroom is, but, why do you want 7" baseboard ??
I try to keep everything in ratio perspective according to the room size.

adhesives is another hot topic in most craftsman's forums.

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