Family and peer predictors of substance use from early adolescence to early adulthood: an 11-year prospective analysis.

@article{Ryzin2012FamilyAP,
  title={Family and peer predictors of substance use from early adolescence to early adulthood: an 11-year prospective analysis.},
  author={Mark J Van Ryzin and Gregory M. Fosco and Thomas J. Dishion},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2012},
  volume={37 12},
  pages={1314-24}
}
The focus of this study was social (i.e., family and peer) influences on substance use from early adolescence to early adulthood. A large, ethnically diverse sample of early adolescents (N=998) was followed from age 12 to age 23. We tested direct and indirect effects of parental monitoring, family relationship quality, and association with deviant peers on change in substance use across time. Outcomes for tobacco, alcohol, and marijuana use were analyzed as separate pathways within the same… CONTINUE READING
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