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Preventing substance use among adolescent girls: 1-year outcomes of a computerized, mother?daughter program

Perhaps having seen that the EUDAP programme appears to have had different outcomes for boys and girls last week, Mike Ashton has passed on yet another interesting piece of research, this looks at improving outcomes for girls.
The programme, "a computerized gender-specific, parent-involvement intervention program grounded in family interaction theory", looked to reduce risks for:


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