Some Theoretical Models and Constructs Generic to Substance Abuse Prevention Programs for Adolescents: Possible Relevance and Limitations for Problem Gambling

@article{Evans2003SomeTM,
  title={Some Theoretical Models and Constructs Generic to Substance Abuse Prevention Programs for Adolescents: Possible Relevance and Limitations for Problem Gambling},
  author={Richard I. Evans},
  journal={Journal of Gambling Studies},
  year={2003},
  volume={19},
  pages={287-302}
}
For the past several years the author and his colleagues have explored the area of how social psychological constructs and theoretical models can be applied to the prevention of health threatening behaviors in adolescents. In examining the need for the development of gambling prevention programs for adolescents, it might be of value to consider the application of such constructs and theoretical models as a foundation to the development of prevention programs in this emerging problem behavior… CONTINUE READING

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