Sibling influences on adolescent substance use: the role of modeling, collusion, and conflict.

@article{Low2012SiblingIO,
  title={Sibling influences on adolescent substance use: the role of modeling, collusion, and conflict.},
  author={Sabina K Low and Joann Wu Shortt and James Snyder},
  journal={Development and psychopathology},
  year={2012},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={287-300}
}
The longitudinal associations of older sibling substance use as well as dyadic sibling conflict and collusion to younger sibling substance use were examined in a community-based sample of 244 same-sex sibling pairs. Indirect effects of older siblings on younger sibling substance use were hypothesized via younger sibling deviant peer affiliation and conflict with friends. Adolescents, parents, friends, and teachers completed measures of substance use, conflict, and deviant peer involvement… CONTINUE READING
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