Influence of conduct problems and depressive symptomatology on adolescent substance use: developmentally proximal versus distal effects.

@article{Maslowsky2014InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of conduct problems and depressive symptomatology on adolescent substance use: developmentally proximal versus distal effects.},
  author={Julie Maslowsky and John E. Schulenberg and Robert A. Zucker},
  journal={Developmental psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={1179-89}
}
The identification of developmentally specific windows at which key predictors of adolescent substance use are most influential is a crucial task for informing the design of appropriately targeted substance use prevention and intervention programs. The current study examined effects of conduct problems and depressive symptomatology on changes in alcohol, cigarette, and marijuana from 8th through 12th grade. We examined the effects of relatively developmentally distal versus proximal mental… CONTINUE READING
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