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THE EFFECT OF THREE PREVENTIVE PROCEDURES ON ATTITUDE, ADVENTURE SEEKING AND BOREDOM SUSCEPTIBILITY INTO SUBSTANCE ABUSE AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: A ONE YEAR FOUOW- UP STUDY

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 Start Page 5 | End Page 24

Abstract

 This study was aimed to comparing the effect of three preventive procedures cognitive – behavioral social, LECTURE and short message system (SMS) on change ATTITUDE and adventure seeking and boredom susceptibility into substance abuse among high school students. In an experimental method, 192 students were selected through of the 8 high schools and were selected randomly and assigned into the 3 experimental and control groups (24 per a group), and were assessed in pretest, posttest and follow up by the ATTITUDE into drug abuse (Ghorbani, 2001) and SENSATION SEEKING (Zukerrnna, 1969) (adventure seeking and boredom susceptibility dimesions) inventories. first Experimental group received 10 sessions of group cognitive-behavioral social training 120 minutes each, second experimental group trained by LECTURE for 10 sessions and third experimental group received short message system for 2.5 months, while no intervention was made on control group. The results of the analysis of Manco va revealed that preventive procedures have a significant effect on change at-titude into drug abuse, adventure seeking and boredom susceptibility (p<0.01). The post hoc test also revealed that cognitive-behavioral social procedure was more effective than other preventive procedures still in force even after I year (p<0.01). Also, LECTURE and SMS procedures had lost there effect on adventure seeking and boredom during one year follow-up (p>0.01). It was Concusioned that preventive procedures were still in place and that the stability on ATTITUDE, but of the only cognitive-behavioral social procedures was stability on adventure seeking and boredom susceptibility.

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