Corpus ID: 40292336

Brief Intervention Impact on Truant Youths' Marijuana Use: 18-Month Follow-Up.

  title={Brief Intervention Impact on Truant Youths' Marijuana Use: 18-Month Follow-Up.},
  author={Richard Dembo and Rhissa Briones Robinson and James Schmeidler and Jennifer Wareham and Roc{\'i}o Ungaro and Ken C. Winters and Lora M Karas and Werner Wothke and Steven Belenko},
  journal={Journal of child \& adolescent substance abuse},
  volume={23 5},

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