Personal and perceived peer use and attitudes towards the use of nonmedical prescription stimulants to improve academic performance among university students in seven European countries


Helmer S. M. , Pischke C. R. , Van Hal G., Vriesacker B., Dempsey R. C. , Akvardar Y. , et al.

DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE, cilt.168, ss.128-134, 2016 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

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Background: Overestimations of non-prescribed stimulant use of peers are well documented in the USA and have also been identified as predictive of personal stimulant consumption. This study aimed to examine whether overestimations of peer use and approval of the use are associated with personal use and attitude towards the use of non-prescribed stimulants among European university students.