Subject: Substance use | School | Mental health | Adolescence | Peers | Subjective wellbeing | Social relationships | Family | Article
Positive relationships with family, friends and school staff are consistently linked with health and wellbeing during adolescence, though fewer studies explore how these micro-systems interact to influence adolescent health. This study tests the independent and interact... View more
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