In‐transition culture of experimentation with cannabis in Latin American college students: A new role within a potential drug use sequencing pattern

@article{CastaldelliMaia2018IntransitionCO,
  title={In‐transition culture of experimentation with cannabis in Latin American college students: A new role within a potential drug use sequencing pattern},
  author={J. Castaldelli-Maia and S. Nicastri and M. Cerd{\'a} and June H Kim and L{\'u}cio Garcia de Oliveira and A. D. de Andrade and S. Martins},
  journal={Drug and Alcohol Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={37},
  pages={273–281}
}
INTRODUCTION AND AIMS Given a scenario of intense discussion about the legal situation of cannabis users worldwide, this paper aims to investigate the role of cannabis within a drug use sequencing pattern. DESIGN AND METHODS Data came from a representative sample of college students from 27 Brazilian capitals (n = 12 711). We analysed the patterns of transition from/to the first use of cannabis to/from the first use of alcohol, tobacco and seven other illegal drugs. Survival analysis methods… Expand
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