Science of Prevention: Methodological Advances from Alcohol and Substance Abuse Researchby Kendall Bryan, M Windle and SG West American Psychological Association
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Methodological Issues in Conducting Prospective Research on Alcohol-Related Behaviour - a Report from the Field; Alternative Latent-Variable Approaches to Modelling Change in Adolescent Alcohol Involvement; Heavy Caffeine Use and the Beginning of Substance Use Onset Process - an Illustration of Latent Transition Analysis; Alternative Econometric Models of Alcohol Demand; Behavioural Genetic Methods in Prevention Research - an Overview; Toward Understanding the Individual Effects in Multicomponent Prevention Programmes - Design and Analysis Strategies; Time Series Analysis for Prevention and Treatment Research; The Interactive Effect of Alcohol Prevention Programmes in High School Classes - an Illustration of Item Homogeneity Scaling and Multilevel Analysis Techniques; Exploring the Measurement Invariance of Psychological Instruments - Applications in the Substance Domain; Analysis With Missing Data in Prevention Research; Practical Power Analysis for Substance Abuse Health Services Research; Assessing the Methodological Quality of Research in Narrative Reviews and Meta-Analyses.