Psychosocial antecedents and adverse health consequences related to substance use.

  title={Psychosocial antecedents and adverse health consequences related to substance use.},
  author={Judith S. Brook and Naomi S Saar and Chenshu Zhang and David W. Brook},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  volume={99 3},
OBJECTIVES We examined the relationship between psychosocial antecedents in earlier adolescence and problems related to substance use and related adverse health consequence (e.g., respiratory diseases, neurocognitive symptoms, and general malaise) in adulthood. We specifically focused on parent-child bonding in earlier adolescence and internalizing behaviors in later adolescence and their effects on problems related to substance use in the mid-20s and health problems in the mid-30s. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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