Project Northland: comprehensive alcohol use prevention for young adolescents, their parents, schools, peers and communities.

@article{Williams1999ProjectNC,
  title={Project Northland: comprehensive alcohol use prevention for young adolescents, their parents, schools, peers and communities.},
  author={Chrysanthi Williams and Cheryl L Perry and Kian Farbakhsh and Sara Veblen-Mortenson},
  journal={Journal of studies on alcohol. Supplement},
  year={1999},
  volume={13},
  pages={
          112-24
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Project Northland is an ongoing prevention trial with the objective of reducing underage drinking and related problems. Phase I focused on early adolescence and this study describes the multiple interventions, highlighting its parent components. METHOD A cohort design was used with sixth graders from 24 school districts (N = 2,35 1: 97% of the eligible population: 51.3% boys), randomly assigned to intervention or reference condition. Phase I ended in eighth grade (N = 1,901: 81… CONTINUE READING

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