Ellickson and Bell Respond

Published in: American Journal of Public Health, v. 84, No. 3, Letters to the Editor, March 1994, p. 500-501

Posted on RAND.org on March 01, 1994

by Phyllis L. Ellickson, Robert M. Bell

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The authors respond to D. M. Gorman's response to Preventing Adolescent Drug Use: The Effectiveness of Project ALERT, which reported results over a 6-year period for a multisite randomized trial that achieved reductions in drug use during the junior high school years (Available as RAND/RP-208).

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