Predicting High School Minority Adolescents' Drinking from Their Exposure to White Schoolmates: Differences and Similarities among Hispanic, Black, and Asian U.S. Adolescents.

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White students' drinking may constitute a risk factor for drinking among same-school minority adolescents. Our study examined data from 14,986 ethnic minority American high school students (56% female, mean age = 15.6). Models examined associations between school-level White student drinking and same-school Black, Hispanic, and Asian adolescents' drinking… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15332640.2014.973626

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@article{Cleveland2015PredictingHS, title={Predicting High School Minority Adolescents' Drinking from Their Exposure to White Schoolmates: Differences and Similarities among Hispanic, Black, and Asian U.S. Adolescents.}, author={Harlan Cleveland and Richard Wiebe and Jenifer McGuire and Yao Zheng}, journal={Journal of ethnicity in substance abuse}, year={2015}, volume={14 2}, pages={166-86} }