Susana Al-Halabí Díaz

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Low rates of participation constitute a serious problem for family-based drug-use prevention programs. This study analyzes the characteristics of calls for parents' participation in such programs through manipulation of the variables indicated by the Spoth and Redmond (1995) model as involved in the process (severity of the drug problem, susceptibility of(More)
Poor participation rates represent one of the most serious problems facing family-based drug-use prevention programs. Strategies involving incentives have been used to increase recruitment and retention of the target population of such interventions, but in Spain, such strategies for modifying behavior are unusual. The goal of the research was to study the(More)
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