John W. Toumbourou
Eisenbeg, M.E., Toumbourou, J,, Catalano, R., & Hemphill, S. (2014). Social norms in the development of adolescent substance use: A longitudinal analysis of the International Youth Development Study. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
By Sania Ahmed on March 27, 2014
Identifying specific aspects of peer social norms that influence adolescent substance use may assist international prevention efforts. This study examines two aggregated measures of social norms in the school setting and their predictive association with substance (alcohol, tobacco and marijuana) use 2 years later in a large cross-national population-based cohort of adolescents. The primary hypothesis […]
Eisenberg, M.E., Toumbourou, J., Catalano, R. & Hemphill, S. (2014). Social norms and substance use behaviours in a longitudinal study of adolescents in the US and Australia. Journal of Adolescent Health, 54(2), S8.
By bmiller on February 21, 2014
Purpose: Substance use among adolescents in the United States and Australia leads to morbidity and mortality in both locations. The present study builds on social norms theory and existing research by examining two aggregated measures of social norms in the school setting and their associations with alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use two years later in […]