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Reducing the incidence of adolescent problems through preventive intervention: one- and five-year follow-up

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Correspondence to Brenna H. Bry.

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This study was funded by the Board of Chosen Freeholders of Monmouth County, New Jersey, through its Board of Drug Abuse Services. The paper preparation was supported by a Rutgers University Faculty Academic Study Program grant. Portions of this study were presented at the Thirteen Annual Conference of Behavioral Sciences at Banff, Alberta, in March 1981. The author wishes to acknowledge the invaluable assistance of Elisabeth Dean, Helen Stanley, Debby Kurtz, Kenneth Young, Eileen Miller, Nancy Rowbotham, Linda Eyler, Georgann Witte, and Robert S. Newman in carrying out this study and the comments of Judith Kramer and the anonymous reviewers of earlier drafts of this paper.

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Bry, B.H. Reducing the incidence of adolescent problems through preventive intervention: one- and five-year follow-up. Am J Commun Psychol 10, 265–276 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00896494

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  • Social Psychology
  • Health Psychology
  • Preventive Intervention
  • Adolescent Problem