Methodological and Substantive Issues in Substance Abuse Prevention Research
Community and Global Health (CGU)
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Design of Experiments and Sample Surveys | Multivariate Analysis | Substance Abuse and Addiction
This article summarizes current issues in drug abuse prevention research through integration of other articles in this journal and by heeding historical trends in prevention science. Recommendations are made for future research directions. For prevention to advance, iterative processes are needed involving both quasi-experimental and experimental designs and involving both small, simple units and large, complex, interactive units. Accuracy of measurement and replication are of paramount importance.
© 1996 Sage Publications, Inc.
Johnson, C.A., Farquhar, J.W., & Sussman, S. Methodological and substantive issues in substance abuse prevention research. Am Behav Scientist, 39(7), 935-942, 1996.