Peer networks and sensation seeking: some implications for primary socialization theory.

@article{Donohew1999PeerNA,
  title={Peer networks and sensation seeking: some implications for primary socialization theory.},
  author={Lewis Donohew and Richard Reid Clayton and William F. Skinner and Stephen Colon},
  journal={Substance use & misuse},
  year={1999},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={1013-23}
}
This article draws on recent work in sensation seeking and peer influences in drug use prevention and considers some possible implications for primary socialization theory. A particular point of focus is a postulate of the theory that an individual's personal characteristics and personality traits do not directly relate to drug use and deviance but ordinarily influence those outcomes only when they affect interactions between the individual and the primary socialization sources. The article… CONTINUE READING
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