Promotion as Prevention: Positive Youth Development as Protective against Tobacco, Alcohol, Illicit Drug, and Sex Initiation

@inproceedings{Schwartz2010PromotionAP,
  title={Promotion as Prevention: Positive Youth Development as Protective against Tobacco, Alcohol, Illicit Drug, and Sex Initiation},
  author={Seth J Schwartz and Erin Phelps and Jacqueline V. Lerner and Shi Huang and C. Hendricks Brown and Selva Lewin-Bizan and Yi Bing Li and Richard M. Lerner},
  year={2010}
}
The present study was designed to examine the association of positive youth development with the likelihood of tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, hard drug, and sex initiation between 5th and 10th grades. A national, largely middle-class sample of 5,305 adolescents, participating in a longitudinal study funded by the National 4-H Council (although not all participants were enrolled in 4-H or other after-school programs), completed measures of positive youth development (PYD) constructs and of tobacco… CONTINUE READING

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