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Perceived norms among peruvian students for drug use among peers [Normas percibidas por estudiantes peruanos acerca de sus pares y el uso de drogas]

Bustamente, Ines V.; Strike, Carol; Brands, Bruna; Cunningham, John; Wright, Maria da Gloria Miotto


Objective: to evaluate the difference between perceived norms about drug use among peer and actual drug use as reported by the same university students. The students were between 18 and 24 years old and attended health courses. Method: cross-sectional study based on a survey, using an anonymous questionnaire filled out by the students. Results: There were 306 participants. Senior students used drugs as follows: 51.3% used tobacco, 90.8% used alcohol, 5.9% used marijuana, and 0.7% used cocaine....[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2009
Type: Journal article
Source: Revista Latino-Americano de Enfermagem


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