Drug-addicts and non-addicts among Finnish pubertal adolescents a comparative sample study. by Kerttu Louhivuori

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  • Youth -- Drug use -- Finland.,
  • Drug abuse -- Finland.

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SeriesMonographs from the Psychiatric Clinic of the Helsinki University Central Hospital -- no. 3
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LC ClassificationsHV5840.F5 L68
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Pagination87 p. :
Number of Pages87
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Author(s): Louhivuori,Kerttu Title(s): Drug-addicts and non-addicts among Finnish pubertal adolescents: a comparative sample study. Country of Publication: Finland Publisher: [Helsinki, ] Description: 87 p.

illus. Language: English MeSH: Adolescent; Finland/epidemiology; Substance-Related Disorders*; Substance-Related Disorders/epidemiology* Notes: Academic dissertation - Helsinki. – “Drug-Addicts and Non-Addicts among Finnish Pubertal Adolescents: A Comparative Sample Study” by Kerttu Louhivuori.

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