Preventing Substance Abuse Among American-Indian Adolescents: A Bicultural Competence Skills Approach.

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Tobacco, alcohol, and drug use are problems for American-Indian people. We reviewed these problems and the explanations for them and described a bicultural competence skills approach for preventing substance abuse with American-Indian adolescents. Data from a study of that approach suggest its efficacy with American-Indian youth. At posttest and a 6-month… (More)

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@article{Schinke1988PreventingSA, title={Preventing Substance Abuse Among American-Indian Adolescents: A Bicultural Competence Skills Approach.}, author={Steven Paul Schinke and Mario A Orlandi and Gilbert J. Botvin and Lewayne D. Gilchrist and Joseph E. Trimble and Von S Locklear}, journal={Journal of counseling psychology}, year={1988}, volume={35 1}, pages={87-90} }