Gender Differences in Preferred Drug Resistance Strategies of Rural Native Hawaiian Youth.

Abstract

This study examined the gender differences in preferred strategies used to resist drugs and alcohol for rural Native Hawaiian youth. Seventy-four youth (60% female) within eight different middle/intermediate or high schools participated in 15 different focus groups as part of a pilot/feasibility drug prevention study funded by the National Institute on Drug… (More)

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