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Study finds predictors for youth violence and drugs

udy sample to the problems involved in self-reporting of violence, to the study not checking its findings against school records of actual events.

"While prospective studies such as the present one are sorely needed," the authors say, "theoretically rich studies are imperative to better understand the roots of adolescent violence."

Working with Sussman on this study were Dent; IPR research associate professor Alan W. Stacy; the recently graduated Thomas R. Simon Ph.D; and graduate student Jill M. Steinberg.

Both studies were supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.


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Contact: Eric Mankin
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University of Southern California
11-Jun-1999


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