E A Castellon-Vogel

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OBJECTIVE To examine the effectiveness of a brief, school-based intervention for preventing alcohol use. DESIGN AND SETTING Randomized, control trial assigning inner-city public school students to an intervention program or a comparison program. PARTICIPANTS Sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students in Jacksonville, Fla (N=104). INTERVENTIONS Students(More)
This study examined the extent to which program comprehensiveness, programmatic outcomes, program integration, and environmental factors are being addressed by 336 urban and rural United States college and university drug use prevention programs. College-based prevention programs employed a range of programmatic goals, prevention communication channels, and(More)
This study explored stages of alcohol acquisition and risk-factors associated with stages based on the Multi-Component Motivational Stages model. Two hundred fifty-four sixth-eighth grade students from an urban school completed a confidential questionnaire. Most students were in a precontemplation stage (86%), preparation stage (6%), or action stage (5%)(More)
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