Use of psychedelics among Miami's public school students, 1992
Journal/Book: J Health Soc Policy. 2000; 12: 71-9.
Abstract: This analysis examined psychedelic use by 475 adolescents in Dade County, Florida public schools in 1992. Significant factors which increase the probability of use include peers' use of psychedelics, the fact that adolescents are White, and their involvement in music-related activities at school. This descriptive account is based on probit analysis and attempts to isolate factors related to psychedelic use.
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Keyword(s): Adolescence. Adolescent Behavior/ethnology/psychology. Data Collection. Data Interpretation, Statistical. Ethnic Groups/statistics & numerical data. Female. Florida/epidemiology. Hallucinogens/adverse effects/supply & distribution. Health Behavior/ethnology. Human. Male. Peer Group. Prevalence. Random Allocation. Risk-Taking. Schools. Students/psychology. Substance-Related Disorders/epidemiology