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Correlates of cannabis initiation in a longitudinal sample of young women: The importance of peer influences

Correlates of cannabis initiation in a longitudinal sample of young women: The importance of peer influences,10.1016/j.ypmed.2007.04.012,Preventive Me

Correlates of cannabis initiation in a longitudinal sample of young women: The importance of peer influences   (Citations: 10)
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ObjectiveCannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug in developed nations. In adolescent girls especially, rates of cannabis use have increased over the last decade, urging the need to characterize the potential correlates of onset of cannabis use during emerging adulthood.
Journal: Preventive Medicine - PREV MED , vol. 45, no. 1, pp. 31-34, 2007
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