Preventing Youths’ Use of Inhalants and Other Harmful Legal Products in Frontier Alaskan Communities: A Randomized Trial

KW Johnson et. al, 2009.

This study tests for the efficacy of a school-based drug prevention curriculum (Think Smart) that was designed to reduce use of Harmful Legal Products (HLPs, such as inhalants and over-the-counter drugs), alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs among fifth- and sixth-grade students in frontier Alaska.

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Knowlton W. Johnson, Stephen R. Shamblen, Kristen A. Ogilvie, David Collins, Brian Saylor

Prevention Science, December 2009, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp 298-312.

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