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      Friends: The Role of Peer Influence Across Adolescent Risk Behaviors

      Journal of Youth and Adolescence
      Springer Nature America, Inc

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          Reviewing theories of adolescent substance use: Organizing pieces in the puzzle.

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            Close friend and group influence on adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use.

            The relative influence of adolescents closest friends and their friendship group on their cigarette smoking and alcohol use was investigated in a short-term, longitudinal study of 1,028 students in the 6th, 8th, and 10th grades in 2 school systems. The amount of influence over the school year was modest in magnitude and came from the closest friend for initiation of cigarette and alcohol use. Only the friendship group use predicted transition into current cigarette use, whereas only the close friend use predicted transition into current alcohol use. Both group and close friends independently contributed to the prediction of adolescents' drinking to intoxication. No difference in the amount of influence, was found between stable and unstable close friendships or friendship groups; neither grade nor gender of the adolescents related to the amount of influence.
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              Antecedents of adolescent initiation into stages of drug use: A developmental analysis

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                Journal of Youth and Adolescence
                Journal of Youth and Adolescence
                Springer Nature America, Inc
                0047-2891
                1573-6601
                August 2002
                August 2002
                : 31
                : 4
                : 267-277
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                10.1023/A:1015493316865
                be160d0c-2c88-42e8-9c02-0f30f88bf6ed
                © 2002

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