Predicting American Indian adolescent substance use trajectories following inpatient treatment.

@article{BoydBall2011PredictingAI,
  title={Predicting American Indian adolescent substance use trajectories following inpatient treatment.},
  author={Alison J. Boyd-Ball and Thomas J. Dishion and Michael W. Myers and John Light},
  journal={Journal of ethnicity in substance abuse},
  year={2011},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={181-201}
}
This study examined the effects of psychopathological, peer, family, and cultural predictors of American Indian adolescents' drug use following inpatient treatment. Data regarding lifetime, 90 days prior to treatment, and 1-year posttreatment substance use were collected using interviews, questionnaires, and observations of 57 American Indian adolescents and their families. Trajectories of days-used measures were subjected to semiparametric trajectory analysis. Trajectories were then compared… CONTINUE READING

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