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Abbreviation : PBT
Long Form : Problem Behavior Theory
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2018 Applying the Problem Behavior Theory to Adolescent Drug Use Among a Cross-Sectional Sample of Boys Participating in a Community-Based Youth Organization. ---
2018 Prevalence and predictors of alcohol and drug use among secondary school students in Botswana: a cross-sectional study. AUDIT, GEE, WHO
2016 Modeling problem behaviors in a nationally representative sample of adolescents. MWS-SL, PBS
2015 Cross-national evidence for the clustering and psychosocial correlates of adolescent risk behaviours in 27 countries. HBSC
2015 Personality, perceived environment, and behavior systems related to future smoking intentions among youths: an application of problem-behavior theory in Shanghai, China. ---
2014 Predictors of co-occurring risk behavior trajectories among economically disadvantaged African-American youth: contextual and individual factors. ---
2014 Problem Behaviors among Israeli Undergraduate Students: Applying Jessor's Problem Behavior Theory among Young Adult Students. ---
2013 Testing Jessor's problem behavior theory and syndrome: a nationally representative comparative sample of Latino and African American adolescents. AF, AG, PBS, RSA, SEM, SPBM, SU
2012 Understanding tobacco use among urban African American adolescents living in public housing communities: a test of problem behavior theory. ---
10  2011 Risky Behavior in Affluent Youth: Examining the Co-occurrence and Consequences of Multiple Problem Behaviors. ---
11  2010 Health problem behaviors in Iranian adolescents: a study of cross-cultural adaptation, reliability, and validity. ---
12  2008 A test of Jessor's problem behavior theory in a Eurasian and a Western European developmental context. PBS
13  1987 Problem behavior theory and adolescent alcohol use. ---