Preventing substance use among adolescent girls: 1-year outcomes of a computerized, mother-daughter program.

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This study tested a computerized gender-specific, parent-involvement intervention program grounded in family interaction theory and aimed at preventing substance use among adolescent girls. Following program delivery and 1 year later, girls randomly assigned to the intervention arm improved more than girls in a control arm on variables associated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2009.06.007

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@article{Schinke2009PreventingSU, title={Preventing substance use among adolescent girls: 1-year outcomes of a computerized, mother-daughter program.}, author={Steven Paul Schinke and Lin Fang and Kristin C A Cole}, journal={Addictive behaviors}, year={2009}, volume={34 12}, pages={1060-4} }