Two-Year Behavior Outcomes of Project Towards No Tobacco Use
Community and Global Health (CGU)
Health Psychology | Substance Abuse and Addiction
Project Towards No Tobacco Use (Project TNT) is a school-based prevention project with the objective of examining the relative effectiveness of three common strategies used in preventing adolescent use of tobacco. A previous report provided evidence that each of the strategies examined was effective at a 1-year follow-up (Sussman et al., 1993b). In the present report, a 2-year follow-up evaluation established whether preventive effects endured after students made their transition from junior high to high school.
© 1995 American Psychological Association
Dent, C.W., Sussman, S., Stacy, A.W., S., Craig, S., Burton, D., & Flay, B.R. Two-year behavior outcomes of Project Towards No Tobacco Use. J. Consult. Clin. Psychol. 63(4), 676-677, 1995.