ERIC Number: ED312521
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Reference Count: N/A
Prevention Research: Deterring Drug Abuse among Children and Adolescents. NIDA Research Monograph 63. A RAUS Review Report.
Bell, Catherine S., Ed.; Battjes, Robert, Ed.
Papers from the meeting "Prevention Research: Deterring Drug Abuse Among Children and Adolescents" which focused on social skills and social inoculation approaches and also included a contrasting cognitive-developmental approach are presented in this document. These papers are included: (1) "Overview of Drug Abuse Prevention Research," (Catherine S. Bell and Robert J. Battjes); (2) "Personal and Social Skills Training: Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Substance Abuse Prevention," (Gilbert J. Botvin and Thomas A. Wills); (3) "Social and Personal Skills Training Programs for Smoking Prevention: Critique and Directions for Future Research," (Russello E. Glasgow and Kevin D. Mc Caul); (4) "What We know About the Social Influences Approach to Smoking Prevention: Review and Recommendations," (Brian R. Flay); (5) "The Social Influences Approach to Smoking Prevention and Progress Toward an Integrated Smoking Elimination Strategy: A Critical Commentary," (Harry A. Lando); (6) "A Cognitive Developmental Approach to Smoking Prevention," (Kathleen Glynn, Howard Leventhal, and Robert Hirschman); (7) "The Cognitive Developmental Model and Other Alternatives to the Social Skills Deficit Model of Smoking Onset," (William J. McCarthy); (8) "Methodological Issues in Research on Smoking Prevention," (Anthony Biglan and Dennis V. Ary); (9) "Priorities in Research in Smoking Prevention," (Thomas D. Cook); and (10) "Future Directions in Drug Abuse Prevention Research," (Robert J. Battjes and Catherine S. Bell). (ABL)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Children, Cognitive Development, Drug Abuse, Interpersonal Competence, Prevention, Research, Skill Development, Smoking, Substance Abuse
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Inst. on Drug Abuse (DHHS/PHS), Rockville, MD.