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Monitoring the future : [publication] : national results on adolescent drug use : overview of key findings 2010 /

by Johnston, Lloyd D.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Ann Arbor : Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2011Description: 77 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.SAPHIR theme(s): Addictions | Statistiques de la santéMeSH subject(s): Substance-Related Disorders | Adolescent | Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology | Epidemiology -- trends | United StatesAddiction suisse subject(s): Alkohol | Cannabis | Tabak | Drogen | Epidemiologie | Trend | Jugendlicher | USAPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: ReportOnline resources: Date de consultation : 12.04.2011 Summary: [introduction...] : The 2010 Monitoring the Future survey encompassed about 46,500 eighth-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students in almost 400 secondary schools nationwide. The first published results are presented in this report. Recent trends in the use of licit and illicit drugs are emphasized, as well as trends in the levels of perceived risk and personal disapproval associated with each drug. This study has shown these beliefs and attitudes to be particularly important in explaining trends in use. In addition, trends in the perceived availability of each drug are presented. Contents : 1. Study design and methods ˜ 2. Summary of key findings ˜ 3. Specific results by drug ˜ 4. Any illicit drug ˜ 5. Marijuana - 6. Inhalants - 7. LSD - 8. Cocaine 9. Crack ˜ 10. Amphetamines - 11. Methamphetamine and crystal methamphetamine (Ice) ˜ 12. Heroin ˜ 13. Other narcotic drugs, including oxycontin and vicodin ˜ 14. Tranquilizers ˜ 15. Sedatives (barbiturates) ˜ 16. Ecstasy (MDMA) and other " club drugs " - 17. Alcohol ˜ 18. Cigarettes ˜ 19. Smokeless and other forms of tobacco ˜ 20. Steroids ˜ 21. Subgroup differences

[introduction...] : The 2010 Monitoring the Future survey encompassed about 46,500 eighth-, 10th-, and 12th-grade students in almost 400 secondary schools nationwide. The first published results are presented in this report. Recent trends in the use of licit and illicit drugs are emphasized, as well as trends in the levels of perceived risk and personal disapproval associated with each drug. This study has shown these beliefs and attitudes to be particularly important in explaining trends in use. In addition, trends in the perceived availability of each drug are presented. Contents : 1. Study design and methods ˜ 2. Summary of key findings ˜ 3. Specific results by drug ˜ 4. Any illicit drug ˜ 5. Marijuana - 6. Inhalants - 7. LSD - 8. Cocaine 9. Crack ˜ 10. Amphetamines - 11. Methamphetamine and crystal methamphetamine (Ice) ˜ 12. Heroin ˜ 13. Other narcotic drugs, including oxycontin and vicodin ˜ 14. Tranquilizers ˜ 15. Sedatives (barbiturates) ˜ 16. Ecstasy (MDMA) and other " club drugs " - 17. Alcohol ˜ 18. Cigarettes ˜ 19. Smokeless and other forms of tobacco ˜ 20. Steroids ˜ 21. Subgroup differences