Substance Abuse Prevention: Theory, Practice, and Effectiveness

@inproceedings{Botvin1990SubstanceAP,
  title={Substance Abuse Prevention: Theory, Practice, and Effectiveness},
  author={Gilbert J. Botvin},
  year={1990}
}
Interventions developed to reduce or prevent substance use have taken many forms, including school-based prevention/education programs, mass media campaigns, youth clubs and activities designed as alternatives to substance use, and community-based movements. Evaluation studies indicate that these interventions have frequently increased knowledge and awareness and have occasionally had an impact on attitudes and other drug-related variables. However, rarely have any of these interventions had an… CONTINUE READING

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