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The present study examined the moderating effects of background and demographic factors and current family situation on the relationship between parental drinking problems and adolescent offspring substance use. Face-to-face interviews were conducted with a random sample of 818 Black and White...
A developmental perspective on drug abuse includes an understanding of the “natural history” of drug-using patterns and the context of such behavior in the lives of individuals. This context includes the developmental precursors of addictive behavior at an earlier stage of life, as well as an...
Developmental systems theory emphasizes the nonlinear, emergent, and coactive nature of system organization and change and provides an innovative approach to the study of alcohol abuse and dependence. A developmental systems approach to the study of alcohol abuse and dependence begins with an...
Within an interactionist and process-oriented perspective, the salience of documented risk and protective factors in contributing to intraindividual changes in alcohol use behaviors and negative consequences of use during adolescence was tested. Participants ( = 870) were from a longitudinal...
This work tested the utility of problem behavior theory in accounting for substance use. Confirmatory factor analyses were used to examine the relations between patterns of substance use in adolescence and young adulthood and measures of the personality and perceived environment systems of...
Certain causes and consequences of drug use may be unique to young adults and might involve gender-role expectations that women are most directed toward communality issues, whereas men are concerned with agentic tasks. Failure in these gender-specific tasks would lead to an increase in future...
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