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Parenting Practices as Predictors of Substance Use, Delinquency, and Aggression Among Urban Minority Youth: Moderating Effects of Family Structure and Gender
Kenneth W. Griffin;Gilbert J. Botvin;Lawrence M. Scheier;Tracy Diaz.
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (2000)
Life Skills Training: Empirical Findings and Future Directions
Gilbert J. Botvin;Kenneth W. Griffin.
The Journal of Primary Prevention (2004)
Preventing Youth Violence and Delinquency through a Universal School-Based Prevention Approach
Gilbert J. Botvin;Kenneth W. Griffin;Tracy Diaz Nichols.
Prevention Science (2006)
Parent-child relationship, home learning environment, and school readiness.
Faith Lamb Parker;Alison Y. Boak;Kenneth W. Griffin;Carol Ripple.
School Psychology Review (2019)
School-based programmes to prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.
Gilbert J Botvin;Kenneth W Griffin.
International Review of Psychiatry (2007)
Evidence-Based Interventions for Preventing Substance Use Disorders in Adolescents
Kenneth W. Griffin;Gilbert J. Botvin.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America (2010)
Adolescencia : consumo de alcohol y otras drogas
José P. Espada;Xavier Méndez;Kenneth W. Griffin;Gilbert J. Botvin.
Papeles del psicólogo (2003)
Drug Abuse Prevention Among Minority Adolescents: Posttest and One-Year Follow-Up of a School-Based Preventive Intervention
Gilbert J. Botvin;Kenneth W. Griffin;Tracy Diaz;Michelle Ifill-Williams.
Prevention Science (2001)
Preventing illicit drug use in adolescents: long-term follow-up data from a randomized control trial of a school population.
Gilbert J Botvin;Kenneth W Griffin;Tracy Diaz;Lawrence M Scheier.
Addictive Behaviors (2000)
Effectiveness of a universal drug abuse prevention approach for youth at high risk for substance use initiation.
Kenneth W. Griffin;Gilbert J. Botvin;Tracy R. Nichols;Margaret M. Doyle.
Preventive Medicine (2003)
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