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Adolescent drinking is a prominent public health and socioeconomic issue in the U.S. with costly consequences. A study co-authored by Cynthia Lakon, PhD, professor of health, society, and behavior, and John Hipp, PhD, professor of criminology, law and society, highlights the importance of targeted social network intervention strategies for drinking intervention programs in the U.S.

Full citation:
Wang, C., Hipp, J.R., Butts, C.T. et al. 2022. “Insight into Selecting Adolescents for Drinking Intervention Programs: a Simulation Based on Stochastic Actor-Oriented Models.” Prevention Science 23, 48–58.



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