SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ATTRIBUTION STATES: THE COVALENT SECURITY ATTRIBUTION MODEL
The attribution of the causality regarding the quality of life in a community and the security within a community differs between user and non-user groups of illegal drugs. An attribution theoretical model based on intergroup relations presents a new conceptualization of dyadic relations as the Covalent Security Attribution model. The Covalent Security Attribution model of user and non-user intergroup dynamics provides an exegesis of group cognitive consistency and the attribution process. This inquiry provides a heuristic examination of the Covalent Security Attribution model of adolescent substance abuse.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2002-01-01
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