Perceived academic performance and alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use: longitudinal relationships in young community adolescents.

@article{Bergen2005PerceivedAP,
  title={Perceived academic performance and alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use: longitudinal relationships in young community adolescents.},
  author={Helen A Bergen and Graham E Martin and Leigh S Roeger and Stephen Allison},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  year={2005},
  volume={30 8},
  pages={1563-73}
}
OBJECTIVE To study longitudinal relationships between perception of academic performance (PAP) and alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use at age 13 and 15 years. METHOD Self-report data from students in 27 schools in South Australia (n=1579) was analysed with ANCOVA and logistic regression, controlling for confounding factors (socio-demographic, parenting, depressive symptoms, anxiety, self-esteem, antisocial behaviour). RESULTS Persistent or increasing perception of academic 'failure' (self… CONTINUE READING
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